Trobak Holistic Counselling, MACP, RCC, CCC-S

Trobak Holistic Counselling This Therapist Has Published Academic Work On Theravive View Specialties


*Masters degree in Counselling Psychology
*Bachelor degree in Education
*Member of BCACC and certified member of CCPA as a clinical supervisor

Professional Experience
*20+ years teaching experience
*behavior specialist
*learning assistant
*alternate education
*vice principal
*school counsellor
*clinical counsellor in private practice
*facilitates workshops and training
*published author
*clinical supervisor for counsellors
*Extensive training in family violence, abuse, unresolved past experiences/abuse and cultural sensitivity. 
*Trobak Holistic Counselling practices a specific holistic model of therapy. 
Sabrina grew up in Fort St John BC and, after graduating from high school attended U of A and completed her Education degree, specializing in elementary; special education and she has also completed her Masters in Arts; Counselling Psychology.  Sabrina is a registered clinical counsellor with BCACC.  Sabrina has 20+ years working in the school system as a teacher, vice principal as well as school counsellor in all 3 school divisions.  Sabrina has been in private practice since 2009 and established Trobak Holistic Counselling in 2010.
Sabrina is also a nationally certified clinical supervisor. 

Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology
Member of CCPA

Professional Experience
*counsellor in a centre for youth

*Training in family violence, abuse, unresolved past experiences/abuse and cultural sensitivity.
*Trobak Holistic Counselling practices a specific holistic model of therapy.

About Jodi
Jodi grew up in Grande Prairie, Alberta and went to school at the Grande Prairie Regional College and the University of Alberta, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology. Jodi has experience working with youth and families and she worked with at-risk youth in a strength-based learning centre. She helped struggling youth work through mental health concerns. In addition, Jodi volunteered at the Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society where she helped lead a Youth Leadership program which involved therapeutic horses. Youth in this program are taught to become more confident, conscientious, and learn skills such as communication, team work,
coping strategies, leadership skills, and come out with a strong sense of identity and well-being.
She joined us as a counsellor at Trobak Holistic Counselling in September of 2017.
Trobak Holistic Counselling offers virtual counselling and clinical supervision.  We also offer virtual or in-person workshops and/or training.
Trobak Holistic Counselling works with families, couples, individuals, children and youth.  Sabrina also offers workshops and training in a wide range of psychology-based topics, ranging from families of violence, to internet safety, to coping with the impact of Residential School Settlement Packages.
Trobak Holistic Counselling also offers consultation, training and workshops.  Training and workshops are available for communities (general public), service providers, and corporations.  Consultation is available for service providers, corporations, organizations and agencies.
The model of therapy Trobak Holistic Counselling practices focuses on understanding, resolving and healing.  As a person goes through life he/she experiences many different things and these experiences create a person’s perception of life.  It is through this therapeutic process that clients examine their own life experiences, thoughts and perceptions.

People are constantly trying to prove what they believe about themselves is true.  Therefore in order to make lasting changes in a person’s behavior, one must examine his/her core beliefs of self.  Trobak Holistic Counselling guides clients through this journey of self awareness, discovery and change and aids in the healing process by:
*exploring each aspect of a person: mind, body, emotion, and spirit.
*reviewing, with great detail, all the life experiences of a person.
*gaining an understanding of the person as well as the family he/she grew up in.
*addressing unresolved past experiences and issues.
*helping the client create new thought patterns, allowing the client to move through previous hurt and pain.
*helping the client become aware of and understand what he/she is thinking and feeling.
*resolving these past experiences and truly healing.
*being culturally sensitive to the differences in various cultural groups.

*creating and regularly reviewing a treatment plan.
*gain understanding of a person's current core belief which is often not good enough, not important, unloved and worthless.  This is followed by understanding how the core belief developed throughout a person's life. The guiding a person so he/she can change that core belief to good enough, important, loved and valued.
Sabrina Trobak, owner of Trobak Holistic Counselling offers virtual clinical supervision. 
Trobak Holistic Counselling also offers workshops, training and consulting to communities, services providers, industry and educators.  If you are interested in learning more about consulting, workshops and/or training please see the brochures attached or visit our website. 
check out our website for a list of our workshops at

Written Works by Trobak Holistic Counselling

Families of Sexual Abuse: The Roles Each Member Plays
Anxiety: Who’s in Control?
The Anxious Man

Trobak Holistic Counselling Reaches

Fort St John BC