Crossroads Healing Centre is a place “Where everyone matters”. That is why we have assembled a team of people who not only are good at what they do, but they are dedicated to ensuring that all persons who receive services from Crossroads can expect to be treated with respect and dignity regardless of gender, age, race, socio-economic background, sexual orientation, religion and non-religion.
Crossroads has brought together skilled counsellors professionally trained in marriage and family therapy, and/or psychology and who are members in good standing with their professional associations. Counsellors are required to engage in ongoing professional development, peer support and supervision. Working with other agencies, resources, and professionals in our community assures that each client is well served. Empowering our clients to take responsibility for their well-being, make better decisions, and independently utilize supports and resources in the community, is one of our main goals.
Elaine Davie, MSW, RSW
Elaine holds both a Bachelor of Social Worker and Master’s of Social Work and is registered
with the Alberta College of Social Workers.
Elaine’s counselling experience includes working with children, youth, individuals and families on topics such as depression, anxiety, spiritual issues, grief/loss, parenting,relationships, abuse, stress management, and multicultural etc. Elaine uses a mix of therapeutic approaches to individualize what may work for each client she works with. Methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused, strength based, Narrative
Jaclyn Van Hierden, BA, MA (Counselling Psychology), MA (Human Services)
If you are experiencing distress in your relationships, Jaclyn works with couples conflict, abusive relationships, co-dependency, and addictions. If you are working through grief, anxiety, depression, spiritual issues, trauma, self-esteem, debt, existential concerns, or just need a safe space to talk, Jaclyn has experience in these situations as well and uses integrated therapeutic approaches to best meet your needs.
In approaching counselling, Jaclyn strongly believes in the therapeutic relationship and that change is made possible through relationship. She embraces a non-pathologizing approach to counselling and believes in the intrinsic ability of every individual to heal. She has confidence that at the core of every individual is a center that is trustworthy, resourceful, and capable of self-understanding and self-direction.
Brad Francis BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
Brad offers a warm, respectful, and safe environment as we work together to gain insight into your current struggles. His therapeutic approach is intuitive. He believes in making available to you many different techniques and strategies so you can choose what works best for you. Life can quickly become overwhelming and complicated. While he can’t undo the hurt and pain from the past, we can focus on moving forward in a positive and fulfilling way. His ultimate hope is that you will feel welcomed, accepted, and understood.
Brad provides individual, couples, and family counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults. He has signifcant experience treating: Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, Trauma Recovery & PTSD, Marital/Couples Counseling, Pornography Addiction,Child and Family Therapy, Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder and Spiritual Issues.
Connie Lassiter, B.Ed, MA (Counselling Psychology) Registered Psychologist
Connie is a Registered Psychologist and a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists, Psychologist’ Association of Alberta, and the Canadian Psychological Association. She worked for many years, as a classroom
teacher, and realized that improving an individual’s emotional needs was a prerequisite to learning. While working full-time, she achieved a Masters of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from City University, Seatle.
Connie prefers a competency, collaborative approach to helping. Despite an individual’s struggles, she believes all individuals possess the strengths and power within themselves, their families, and communities to make positive changes in their lives. She deems the therapeutic relationship as “key” to helping clients. Through non-judgmental support and respect, the client determines what needs to be different in their lives and works with the counsellor to set goals. Every individual is unique, so helping sessions are formulated to meet an individual’s needs. Counselling provides space for clients to tell their stories, to be acknowledged, and ultimately be understood.
Crossroads Healing Centre ReachesLethbridge AB