Address : 582 Goldstream Avenue #306, Victoria, BC V9B 2W7
Profession : Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker
EMDR designation(s) : EMDR Basic Training
Other Cities : Langford, B.C., Calgary, A.B.
Language(s) : English
Population(s) served : Adolescents, Adults, Seniors
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 2508804673
Website : http://www.ainsliewellness.ca
Registering association : BCACC, BCCSW, ACSW
My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe and compassionate place where you experience non-judgmental support as you navigate through your individual issues. Whether relationship problems, stress, depression, anxiety, or trauma, there is hope. I practice from a wholistic stance, supporting your long-term growth and development from your counselling journey. I have specialized training in several treatment modalities including EMDR, mindfulness-centered treatments, art and somatic focus, emotion-focused therapy, and attachment-focused treatments. As a registered clinical counsellor and social worker, I have treated individuals, families, couples and groups with various presenting issues, and work with each individual's strengths and resiliency to overcome their presenting problems in a safe, non-judgmental environment. My registration is covered by several insurance companies, and I offer flexible appointment times, including some weekend availability. To learn more, please contact me for a free consultation.
Kelly Ainslie has a master's degree in Counselling Psychology, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, and holds Inter-provincial Registration as a Social Worker in British Columbia and Alberta. She is a registered therapist with the Crime Victim Assistance Program, supporting victims, family members and witnesses of violence, including physical and sexual abuse. With a career spanning over two decades, she has treated trauma survivors in government, non-profit, and private practice roles. She has specialty experience in assessing and providing therapeutic services to populations including couples, families, adolescents, women, older adults, and individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities.