Relationship Issues

Dan McKinnon
I offer decades of relevant experience and expertise to clients who are in the midst of a life changing transition and/or existential dilemma. My approach entails creating a safe, open, engaging relational space and then acting as a catalytic companion by using strategic questions to probe and coax the client to the discoveries and adaptations that will make a difference for them. Once the client’s stress states, emotional concerns and confused thinking have been calmed and clarified, my aim is to identify and build upon their signature strengths so that they can fully realize their potentials and capacities.

I am a registered psychologist who specializes in narrative therapy, existential/humanistic therapy, emotion-focused therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, Gottman-informed couples therapy, positive psychology techniques, conflict resolution and stress management. I create the conditions whereby the everyday lives of my clients become more pleasurable, engaging and meaningful.
My therapeutic philosophy is to “meet them where they are and take them where they are going”. I believe to “affect the quality of the day is the highest of the arts”. Together we will bridge differences, solve dilemmas and create discoveries.

Affinity Psychology Group
2804 16th Street S. W.
Calgary, Alberta
T2T 4G4
David Smith
I am available to help adults of any age on an individual basis with common psychological issues and problems including: depression; insomnia; anxiety and panic; shyness and social anxiety; anger; obsessive or intrusive thoughts; work stress and burnout; relationship problems at home or at work.
I supervise several ACT therapists around the Ottawa area (central and south). In the event you wish to meet with another ACT therapist (including a woman or Francophone therapist), I would be happy to provide you with a referral.
(819) 307-4518
B212 – 200 Lees Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 6N5
Donita Easley

Years in Practice: 20+ Years
School: Southern Arkansas University
Year Graduated: 1983
License No. and State: P9208016 Arkansas

I see myself as an emotional fitness trainer. I can help you fine tune your communications skills, work on assertiveness, and improve self-esteem. I enjoy couple’s work–helping each learn to understand and meet the other’s needs, therefore enhancing the satisfaction of both. I can help stressed and depressed individuals learn ways to take better care of themselves as they begin to listen to their bodies. I have over 20 years experience as an Employee Assistance Professional, specializing in solution-focused therapy.
I specialize in codependency, marital issues, parenting concerns, communication problems and substance abuse. I offer individual, couples, family and group counseling for adults and adolescents.
I believe that life is a journey–a series of problems–and that talking with an objective listener can help with the challenges encountered along the way.

(501) 825-0960
Austin Easley Associates
100 Ridgeway
Suite 1
Hot Springs, Arkansas
PhD, CPsych
I received extensive clinical training in Emotion-Focused as well as Psychodynamic-Interpersonal therapies through graduate and postdoctoral training and supervision. This, coupled with a personal interest and practice in yoga and mindfulness provide a comprehensive and compassionate framework from which to understand your individual concerns. I also utilize Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and rely on the science behind neurobiology to make use of our brain’s capacity to continue to change throughout lifetime (i.e. neuroplasticity).

It has always been my deepest passion to understand the human mind and behaviour. As a Clinical Psychologist, in addition to better understanding the individual, I aim to help others to better understand themselves. My doctoral degree in Counselling & Clinical  Psychology (University of Toronto) and a post-doctoral fellowship training (Eating Disorders Program, The Ottawa Hospital) have allowed me to delve into the creative facets of clinical psychology as well as the scientific aspect.

Dr. Ivanova Psychology
9 Balsam Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1R 6W6
Eric Etchison
Licensed Counselor
One of the most important aspects to counseling is working with a therapist that you feel comfortable with. For this reason I offer a free phone consultation to help answer any questions you might have. So, let’s start the journey. Get in touch with me today.

My passion is helping people achieve their goals and address their concerns. But, I know the first step is often the hardest step. For over a decade I have been working with individuals and families obtain their goals. Whether you know specifically what you want to achieve or just know you want something different, we’ll journey through the process together in a respectful, safe and confidential manner.
I specialize in working with school age children and adults experiencing behavioral or mood issues. Each of us are unique individuals and need an individualized approach to optimize our efforts. Using evidence based strategies we’ll develop a plan that utilizes your strengths and takes into consideration your unique situation.

(501) 229-8401
Abound Psychological Services PLLC
8 Shackleford Plaza Road
Suite 201
Little Rock, Arkansas
Fabiola de Pina-Jenkins
MEd, RPsych
I am a registered psychologist with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have used my extensive training to help clients improve their mood, self-esteem, coping skills, and relational functioning. I have worked with children and adults recovering from experiences of abuse and those wanting to stop the cycle of abuse. I am cognizant of cultural factors that impact all individuals and I have experience working with clients of various ethnic backgrounds.

My strong background in trauma, attachment, family systems and developmental needs enhances my work. I integrate CBT, Narrative, Solution Focused, Mindfullness, Play Therapy and other modalities. Together we will work from a strengths based perspective and will explore and remove obstacles to well-being. I often use creative means of expression to reach goals.

I bring a deep respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of each individual, attuned to their many strengths, hopes and dreams. Whether you are a parent concerned about your child, an adult seeking individual or marital counselling, or an individual seeking positive family changes, I will work with you collaboratively to achieve your goals.

(866) 840-8264
Creating Solutions
9509, 156 St
Edmonton, Alberta
T5P 4J5
Glenda S Eversole
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
My goal is to help you understand & resolve emotional distress due to relationship problems, life changes, loss, trauma, and/or the lingering impact of negative life experiences. Having previously been a military spouse for 12 years, I have a unique insight into how to help military families thrive.
Healing the hearts of individuals, couples and families is at the heart of my practice. I love to support & help you build and nurture healthy, positive relationships, resolve painful issues in your past or present, and identify what you want in your life and how you can make it happen.

I love helping you recognize & develop your strengths, improve your relationships, and resolve situations or issues that may be hurting you or your loved ones. Helping military spouses & families thrive within the culture of military life is an important part of my practice. A wealth of life experience combined with clinical training & expertise give me a deeper understanding of your needs and how to best help you. Building a comforting and encouraging therapeutic relationship with you with respect, compassion, and a down-to-earth approach is my foundation for helping you and your family achieve positive growth and change.

(501) 222-7761
Growing Hope Counseling PLLC
217 W Main Street
Cabot, Arkansas
Heather Hopkins
Counselor, MEd, CCC
As a Certified Canadian Counsellor I take a holistic, client centered approach. I draw upon different therapeutic strategies. The benefit of an eclectic approach allows me to adapt approaches in order to best suit client needs. I believe clients have the answers they need within themselves and I work collaboratively to help them discover their own strengths. I provide a warm environment where clients can feel comfortable and supported. I have successfully worked with clients struggling with grief and loss, depression and anxiety, relationship challenges, parenting, post trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, stress, and communication.

I have completed extensive certificate training in the area of Play Therapy and enjoy working with children and adolescents and their families. For children, play is their natural form of communication. I have also completed training in the area of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and find working with couples very rewarding.
My practice is influenced by: Client Centered Therapy, Humanistic models, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, Emotionally Focused Therapies and Play Therapy.

(709) 701-9610
Hopkins Counselling
47 Leslie St
St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
A1E 2V7
Jasmin Dhillon
Art therapist
Sometimes we can get caught up in patterns of behaviours and thinking that get in the way of the life we want to be living; together we will work towards exploring and modifying these thoughts and behaviours. My clinical practice is guided by a cognitive-behavioural orientation and I integrate techniques from other therapeutic modalities including motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy. I work collaboratively with clients to explore and modify unhelpful behaviours/thought patterns within the context of a safe, supportive, and non-judgemental therapeutic relationship. Clients are provided with skills that they can use to help achieve their specific treatment goals.

I have provided psychotherapy to clients struggling with a variety of concerns including chronic illness (e.g., pain), depression, anxiety disorders, grief, stress, self-esteem, procrastination, assertiveness, and interpersonal difficulties, in a number of different settings including a university counselling centre, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, and outpatient mental health settings.

(844) 432-0508
Serenity Now Wellness Center
501 30 Avenue NW
Calgary, Alberta
T2M 2N7
Jill Koziey

I use a unique combination of therapeutic practices based on over 25 years of experience in the areas of psychology, holistic health, and meditation. Among the therapies in which I am trained are Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Re-Creation of the Self (R-CS), and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).

These approaches are based in current neuroscience. When our lives feel “stuck”, we are living out unconscious, habitual patterns, using the brain’s out-dated neural pathways formed in childhood. In our work together, we form new neural pathways that result in living a life of choice rather than habit.

(855) 758-3649
Edmonton, Alberta
T6C 0S2