Dustin Reekie, M.Ed.
Registered Psychologist, CSAT-Candidate
#101 - 1132 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W2
A Men's Christian Counseling / Therapy group will be meeting in September 2016 on Sunday evenings. Specific booklets and structured, individualized work will be assigned. In the group counseling setting, discussions will take place on walking away from the burden of marital infidelity, promiscuity, and pornography. To be clear, this is not an 'accountability group'. Rather, it is a structured group counseling course.
Jan Nerenberg, MA, APC
Counsellor/Psychotherapist/ EMDR Therapist
1019 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S2
As a faith based counsellor, I partner with people to work on the issues that bring them into therapy, by using a multifaceted approach. While EMDR, cognitive behavioural, attachment and many other approaches are used to fit the needs of the client, spiritual disciplines such as The Examin, mindfulness based prayer, and breath prayer are also used to incorporate body, mind and spirit. Each person is different and we will work together to find a process that is comfortable for you.
Beverley Dyck, M.A. Counselling Emphasis
Certified Counsellor, M.A.
348 Ave. X, Saskatoon, SK S7M 3H6
Bev is trained as a Christian Counselor through Briercrest Biblical Seminary. Bev is competent to use Scripture in woking through issues as well as using Adlerian Psychology techniques. Bev is aware of how soul problems can implicate us in our spiritual lives. Bev is versatile in opening the Bible and prayerfully challenging issues as well as giving parenting techniques and problemsolving methods, and active listening interventions. Bev likes to look at the whole picture of what is going on for the person, couple or family and will gladly interact on the needed level.
Cindie Neudorf, M.A.C.P.
Registered Professional Counsellor
101-1132 College Dr., Saskatoon, SK
I welcome all faith backgrounds and believe in creating a culturally safe space for my clients. Faith and spirituality are important aspects for many people and as such it is important that it is not overlooked within counselling. Within my counselling practice it is important to me that clients feel comfortable sharing their spiritual beliefs as they desire which may include talking about their faith journey, and/or integrating prayer or scripture. I consider this part of a holistic approach to understanding the social, physical, emotion, and spiritual dynamics of each persons life. I respect the clients needs in all areas of practice including faith.