Juliet Teeter, MA, CCC

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Juliet considers it a privilege and an honor to walk beside her clients though difficult seasons in their lives. She brings a genuineness and compassion to her work, which helps people feel comfortable and safe. Juliet helps people feel understood, and helps them identify where they want to be in life and how they might overcome whatever is holding them back. Juliet's passion is working with women and she focuses her counselling practice on helping women find their joy and regain their hope.

Juliet holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from Trinity Western University. She is a Certified Clinical Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCC). She has worked in a variety of clinical settings and also loves sharing her passion for psychology through teaching at Trinity Western University. She has been working in Private Practice for over 10 years and appreciates the flexibility it provides her as she balances her many passions (being a wife, a mom to three young children, a professor and a therapist). Juliet works part time and offers both day time and evening appointments.

Much of Juliet's post secondary education was spent researching eating disorders and for her Master's Thesis she designed a group treatment manual to help therapists integrate spirituality into eating disorder treatment. Juliet works with many clients who struggle with their self image, who find themselves struggling with food, and who can't seem to shake a heavy dissatisfaction with themselves. Many clients also find anxiety is stealing their joy and need some practical tools to help manage or eliminate their anxious thoughts.

A typical counselling session with Juliet includes hearing your concerns, helping you understand them, perhaps in new ways, as well as exploring some practical suggestions to try at home. Therapy can be incredibly helpful because it gives you a safe place to express your thoughts and can give you insights that can help shift things for you, however, because it is only one hour out of your whole week Juliet tries to help clients gain some more 'tools for their toolbox' so they can practically implement changes immediately. The length of therapy depends on the individual. Some clients come weekly for several months or years while others find 2-3 sessions are what they need to get on back on track.

If you are a woman who is looking for a caring, experienced therapist who can help you understand and work through your current struggle, look no further!

Juliet Teeter Reaches

Langley BC