Tara Simpson, M.Ed.
#302 - 3939 50A Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 4E6
In working with couples, I utilize an integrative approach that addresses present relational concerns, as well as explores deeper communicating patterns. Through the process of therapy, couples can learn more effective ways of communication and uncover detrimental patterns of relating to one another. This allows couples to experience a new way of being intimate in their relationship.
Deborah MacNiel, MA. MEd. CCC. CCHT.
Canadian Certified Counsellor
Within Driving Distance of Red Deer, AB
Deborah has a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Alberta and has completed a variety of specialized training sessions on couples counselling. Through her private practice, Central Alberta Counselling, Deborah offers therapeutic services in two locations: Lacombe and Red Deer, Alberta . Please visit www.centralabcounselling.com or call 587-876-2632 for more information.
Marc Roy, M.A., R. Psych
#302 3939-50A Ave, Red Deer, AB T4N 4E6
I want to help couples improve their communication and reconnect. Being able to address issues between the two of you openly and honestly without anger or upset is the ultimate goal. Using a technique called Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) which has been shown to be 70-75% effective in making lasting positive changes, reducing conflict, and bringing couples closer together.
Kelsey Hanson, MSW RSW
Registered Social Worker
#126 6740 Johnstone Drive, Red Deer, AB T4P 3Y2
Are you and your partner looking for ways to better communicate with each other? The blame game, keeping score, and even criticism are some of the things which can get in the way of your loving relationship. This causes distress, resentment, and arguing. I can help you find new patterns of communicating so you both feel heard, understood, and feel like you can begin to make your own plans as a couple to move forward in your relationship. Call to find out if I can help you and your partner!
Harvey Brink, B.A., M.Ed.
338 4915 -54 St., Red Deer, AB T4N 2G7
Each of us are raised in different circumstances, and experience different parental standards or self-deveoped standards, often as a reaction to parental standards, but often through self-discovery as well. Research has also indicated that many relationships experience difficulty because of different core beliefs in several major areas such as: the handling of money; parenting/discipline methods; sexual incompatabilities regarding frequency type of sexual interaction,etc,; religion/spirituality; problem solving; self-esteem; chore sharing; spousal absence for long periods; and others. My approach is to identify the differences, develop a course of mutual agreement and compromise.