Kaye Frost-Hunt

Address : —, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 4G7
Profession : Registered Clinical Counsellor, EMDR Psychotherapist, First Responder BCPFFA Bronze Level Endorsed
EMDR designation(s) : EMDR Basic Training

Other Cities : Port Moody, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows,
Language(s) : English
Population(s) served : Adolescents, Adults, Seniors
Email : kfrosthunt@telus.net
Phone : 604-683-2075
Website : http://www.kayefrosthunt.com
Registering association : BC Association Clinical Counsellors, CCPA, British Columbia Professional Fire Fighters Association Directory


Kaye Frost-Hunt MA RCC #3501
I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor in good standing with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC) #3501, and am an EMDR Psychotherapist listed on EMDR Canada.

My services hold the BCPFFA Endorsed Bronze Level and I am listed in the British Columbia Professional Fire Fighter Association directory.

Kaye Frost-Hunt MA RCC works with First Responders and their Families.
EMDR Therapy for First Responders
- Mental clarity
- Greater sense of well being
- A life less complicated

My therapeutic principles are:
- Understanding the impact of who we are in relationship to others fosters awareness, acceptance, and compassion in counselling, crisis intervention, and client service.
- Empathetic care and focus on a person's previous successes and their value system helps in supporting change and goal setting.
- Seeing and caring for the whole person, not just the symptoms presented, enables growth.

*Individual therapy
*Couples Therapy
*Family Therapy
*Parenting Seminars
*Anger Management Groups

We all experience some form of trauma, transition, or life changing event at some point in our lives. Some real life examples may be: a relationship in crisis, trauma, anxiety, divorce, defensiveness, panic, job loss, depression, low self-esteem, loneliness, unresolved grief, or shame. You don't have to wait till everything seems impossible to seek help. Anxiety, depressive moods, stress take their toll on living a fully engaged life.

Don't ignore the signs:
*Low self-esteem - feelings of low worth, negative self talk, defensiveness
*Social anxiety - feeling overwhelmed, isolated, lonely
*Lack of motivation - feeling down, no energy, irritable, angry
*Loss of connection - feeling resentful and lacking communication and emotional support

A series of events causing resentment, anger, fear, hurt, pain, or loneliness can shut down your ability to process emotional reactions and make it harder for you to go through your daily routine. When life becomes too heavy with self-criticism, worry, and self-doubt to talk to friends, partners, or family, then counselling, talking to a professional therapist, does help. The therapeutic process involves self-reflection and contemplation in identifying how you function in your life. While you cannot change other people, family etc. you do have options and choices in the decision to change yourself.

Kaye Frost-Hunt MA Counselling Psychology
Registered Clinical Counsellor EMDR Psychotherapist
Theoretical Approach:
EMDR Psychotherapy
Family Systems
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy