The foundation of Katherine’s training in psychology was Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Through the course of her career, Katherine has gained experience in a variety of techniques and theories.
Her approach and theoretical orientation to counselling and psychological intervention is “eclectic”, which means she adapts and draws from a number of orientations to suit the unique nature of each problem and each individual.
Katherine’s training and experience has provided her with the resources to approach a variety of situations and difficulties in an effective and efficient manner.
Katherine considers her approach and theoretical orientation to be “eclectic” – that is, she adapts and draws from a number of orientations to suite the unique nature of each problem and each individual.
Katherine’s areas of theoretical interest include:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).
Personality assessment and theory.
Career assessment and theory.
Solution Focused Therapy.
Cross-cultural research, practice, and theory.
Katherine welcomes individual differences and diversity in her practice.
Katherine’s practice is guided by the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists (Canadian Psychological Association) and the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP) Standards of Practice.