Mariah McKenzie, M.A. Clinical Fellow
I am an intern counsellor at Shoreline, and I am currently in the final year of my Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Simon Fraser University. I have been working in the mental health field for 10 years as a mental health worker, victim services worker, youth worker and support worker. I have had the privilege of sitting with individuals who have experienced immediate crisis, as well as individuals who have experienced prolonged, systemic crisis.
I approach counselling through a person-centered and emotion-focused lens. I believe in working collaboratively, honouring each client as the unique individual they are. I believe that our bodies hold an innate wisdom and that through the acknowledgement of emotions, we can re-connect with our inner-knowing and intuition. I aim to support individuals in fostering self-compassion through a softening of their self-image. Through this, it is my hope that my clients can release the burden of self-judgement and begin the process of healing.
I respectfully acknowledge the land which I live and work on is the traditional territory and unceded land of the Kwantlen, Katzie, the Stó:lō Nations.
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