Welcome! Sesa is a group of like minded, independent clinicians who believe that each individual has the right to premier psychological services that are exceptional, results driven with successful outcomes, and combine the latest in neuropsychology, mindfulness and evidenced based treatments. Each are credentialed leaders in their field who have joined under the umbrella of Sesa Woruban to provide exceptional services in an uplifting, ethical, confidential environment. Their home location in Penticton offers a wide range of assessments, therapies and counselling services for adults, individuals, couples, families, youth and children. This location also provides an independent, in house psychologist that Sesa refers exclusively to for all your adult clinical testing, assessment, diagnosis, and intervention needs. In addition to the Penticton location, counselling for families, youth and children are also offered at Sesa's Summerland sister location, Monarch Counselling. Sesa Woruban literally means to change or transform your character . . . Sesa's Associates have the tools to uplift, empower, and transform your world. They have the expertise to navigate you through the most challenging of times. The tools for self transformation begin at Sesa Woruban.
Vickie Kampe M.Ed, RCC
Vickie Kampe earned her Masters of Educational Counseling at the University of Victoria. She has worked in schools and a variety of non-profit organizations. Vickie’s specializations range from but are not limited to the areas of addictions, domestic violence, PTSD, depression and anxiety. Vickie's style of counseling derives from her training in Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Mindfulness, EMDR, and Gottman Style Couples Counseling.
Jennifer Povoledo MEd CCC
Jennifer Povoledo has spent her career working with children, teens and families since 2004. Her practice includes but are not limited to helping individuals and families deal with facing tragedies, anxiety, depression, abuse, as well as a wide range of other psychological issues. Jennifer practices Holistic Expressive Therapy (HET), a unique and highly effect method of therapy that focuses on the individual and their experiences. Using interactive, both directed and self driven, sessions that allow the patient to work with media to help process traumatic events and emotions. Jennifer holds a Bachelors in both Social Work and Fine arts, as well as her Masters in Education Counseling.
Jennifer Jules MCH MA CCC
Jennifer Jules is currently registered with the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy, The Canadian Psychological and The Canadian Hypnotherapy Associations, and has been working in the field of mental health since 1998. Jennifer's style of therapy is grounded by her approach to Mindfulness, Mind-Body Psychotherapies and the latest in neuroscience and psycho-biology. She is highly trained in Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy, Hypnotherapy, EMDR and a large variety of other methods. Over the past 20 years she has successfully worked with individuals in the areas of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression and Personal growth. She believes that every person has it within themselves to meet the challenges that life brings, and she has set out to help every patient find that piece within themselves.
Lisa Tully MSW, RSW
Lisa Tully is a registered social worker who has been in the field of mental health since 2002. Having received her Masters of Social Work, and specializing in the Gottman Therapeutic method, Lisa believes that all people have internal worth and just need some help to realize this fact. Lisa has a warm and inclusive approach to her practice, and places careful listening and empathy on the highest of standards. Lisa has a strong belief that people function at their fullest when in harmony between mind, body and soul. Lisa currently divides her time between the Ministry of Children, Family Development and private practice.
Christina Robbins M.Ed, RSW, CCC
Christina Robbins is a registered Social Worker with from British Columbia Collage of Social Workers (BCCSW), Christina has earned a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology from UVIC and is a member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Christina has been in the field for over thirty years, she specializes in areas of addictions, trauma, dream work, marriage enrichment, and emotional freedom. Christina is immensely skilled in addressing issues of stress, anxiety, depression, feeling stuck, spirituality and major life transitions. She has been working with the First Nation, Immigrant and Refugee populations, she has training and experience working with their individual unique problems as well as working with the general population.
Christina takes a holistic perspective, drawing her education in Cognitive Behaviour, Person Centered, Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness Therapies. Christina is dedicated to increasing her knowledge and expertise, with the latest and most promising techniques the field has to offer. Christina empowers her clients help themselves by employing their inner and outer resources.
Tracey Coulter, MA, RCC
Tracey is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) and is trained in the trauma-specific therapy EMDR. Many of her clients are looking to process, resolve, and move beyond their experiences of sexual assault and abuse, as well as other traumas such as bullying, physical assault, physical and emotional abuse, and loss. She has ten years experience working with and supporting survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse. She received her Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria, which incorporated many different counselling models including Rogerian, existential, solution-focused, career counselling, family systems, and motivational interviewing.
Robyn Holmberg M.Ed., RCC
Robyn Holmberg, M.Ed., RCC, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. She received her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria and has been working in the counselling field since 2006.
Robyn's therapeutic approach is non-judgmental and uses empathy and compassion to assist clients in developing insight and recognizing strengths. She works alongside each client to develop realistic goals and put a plan in place toward the achievement of those goals. Robyn is guided by high ethical standards and evidence based treatment approaches. She utilizes a variety of counselling modalities including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
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