Helping Clients Gain Clarity and Strength
“I help clients to clear away what is blocking them from experiencing joy and hope in their lives, moving them towards a new sense of possibility and self-empowerment.”
Sandy Kirkwood, MACP, RPC
Your choice of three locations:
- Glen Road in Gibsons, BC
- 1990 West 6th Ave, (at Maple Street) Vancouver
- Or as a gentle walk in nature, in a beautiful outdoor setting. This is called a Walking Counselling session.
Why Walking Counselling?
Ecotherapy is an emerging field that combines counselling with being outdoors, and has been shown to benefit mental health. Walking outdoors with a qualified counsellor can help you to relax and access more of your whole-brain creative insights. Walking and breathing deeply can reduce the anxiety or stress that sometimes accompanies counselling sessions in a more formal setting. Walking also releases endorphins that can boost your mood and give you a better baseline from which to tackle your issues. Walking with a counsellor in one of Vancouver’s beautiful natural settings is geared to your fitness level.
About Sandy Kirkwood
Sandy has a gift for empathy and for connecting with people, helping them to gain a larger perspective of what is going on in their lives. Her passion is for helping people to recover a sense of hope in the face of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, health concerns, and relationship or parenting issues.
Sandy holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and is a Registered Professional Counsellor with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (#3602). Sandy provides counselling to adolescents and adults.
Sandy is a trained facilitator in Connect Parenting, Kids in the Know and MindUp. She regularly runs a Women’s Support Group.
Sandy offers a free 30-minute initial consultation. Come explore if counselling is right for you.
Standard hourly rate $90
Sliding scale and student rates available
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your free 30-minute consultation or fill in the form below.