Dr. Ellie Bolgar, Psy.D. M.A. R.C.C.

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Dr. Ellie Bolgar Counselling/ Psychotherapy and Family Mediation
 

Dr. Bolgar offers expertise in relationship counselling, child therapy, parent-teen conflict, post-divorce adjustment (i.e. parenting after separation), treatment of anxiety, depression, stress, narcissistic and borderline personality disorders.
 
She is a Professor at Adler University teaching Family Therapy, Couples Counselling and Ethics to Masters students.
 
Dr. Bolgar also provides clinical supervision to counsellors in community-based counselling programs such as child and youth mental health and child and family counselling services.  
 
Dr. Bolgar is a trained Family Mediator and helps families and couples with separation/divorce, parenting and other challenging situations.

Dr. Bolgar offers expertise in:
 
-relationship counselling
-child therapy
-parent-teen conflict
-post-divorce adjustment (i.e. parenting after separation)
-treatment of anxiety
-depression
-stress
-narcissistic and borderline personality disorders
-family conflict
 
Dr. Bolgar’s counselling services offers evidence based approach such as:
-Cognitive Behavior Therapy
-Dialectical Behavior Therapy
-Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
-Gottman’s Couple Therapy
-Psychodynamic Therapy
-Hypnosis
-Neurofeedback
- Mindfulness Meditation

Among her professional involvement Dr. Bolgar finds time to research chronic stress and individual’s reactions to experiences. She authored a workbook “Stress-less more balanced”. She was invited to present her research titled “Stress is based on Perception” to the 4th World.
 
Dr. Bolgar utilizes an attachment focused psychology that is more than simply using techniques. It is an understanding to a way of perceiving life, correcting biases, repairing ruptures, and forming a profound connection to the self and others, which installs a greater sense of security.
Emotion plays a crucial role in organizing how we see the world. Cognitive and behavioral changes are difficult to achieve because they are incompatible with emotional states activated in various life situations. When people learn to interact directly with and shift their emotional states, then behaviors and cognitions change more easily.
Dr. Bolgar believes that people have the natural ability to heal under the right circumstances.

 
 
 
 


Dr. Dr. Ellie Bolgar Reaches

Langley BC