Yorkville University Student – Masters of Counselling Psychology, P.Eng.
At times, clients can find the initial stages of therapy daunting. They often feel distant from their ideal selves and are unsure of the first step to take.
In my therapeutic approach, I adopt a holistic method to assist clients in unraveling and understanding their feelings, experiences, and aspirations. My objective is to help clients deepen their self-awareness, facilitating transformations that guide them towards reaching their desired goals.
I aim to create a secure environment where clients feel at ease to express themselves and feel confident to share their concerns. A strong bond, founded on trust, allows us to collaboratively pursue beneficial outcomes throughout the therapeutic process.
Wesley is a practicum student with Yorkville University in the Master’s of Counselling Psychology program. With over fifteen years in the oil and gas sector, Wesley brings a depth of expertise from his tenure as a professional engineer. As the Team Lead for Projects, he honed his skills in guiding professionals in a dynamic work environment, ensuring they maximized their potential and achieved their career aspirations.
In addition to his professional experience, Wesley has consistently shown dedication to community involvement, particularly in the realm of youth development. His background in coaching hockey and lacrosse highlights his ability to mentor and motivate younger individuals. His significant time in children’s ministry reenforces his ability to nurture and guide young individuals through critical formative stages of life. This diverse background equips Wesley with a rich range of professional, and mentorship experiences.
Couples, Individuals, Children (age 10+)
Types of Therapy
SFBT, CBT, Gestalt, Narrative
Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Conflict Management, Communication Skills
More than just my work:
When I’m not working, I’m out embracing adventure with my family. We love to escape to the outdoors to go camping, hiking, and hit the slopes for some snowboarding. If we can’t sneak away from town, we enjoy some local fun, from lazy days at the lake, jaunts to the park, breezy bike rides, competitive games nights, or simply taking in a good movie.