Alexandra Goldwell

  The Shanti Counselling Centre welcomes Alexandra Goldwell as a clinical associate. Alexandra\'s interest in psychology was driven by her quest to understand human nature and our society. After receiving her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at UBC she was left feeling somewhat disappointed by the limits of Western Psychology. As a result, she began to vehemently pursue energy medicine, meditation, yoga, and Eastern ways of knowing in order to further understand the body-mind-emotional system and for her own personal growth. Alexandra tends to blend Eastern and Western methods in walking with people through various life challenges. Alexandra\'s work experience has ranged from social work with children and families, to street-work with adolescents, to individual and couples work in private practice. Her therapeutic style is client-centered infused with mindfulness and body-centered psychotherapy. Alexandra places emphasis on self-awareness and self-acceptance for those people she sees in counseling and also offers an inquisitive and non-judgmental presence wherein each individuals\' internal wisdom can arise. In her spare time, Alexandra would most likely be found walking by the ocean, dancing in her living room, cooking, or having tea with friends. Alexandra\'s expertise and clinical interest cover a diverse range of issues, including (but not limited to): Intimate relationships (partners, sibling, parent/child, co-parents) Adolescent Issues Sexuality and sexual issues Addictions Grief and loss Spiritual development and inquiry, spiritual expansion Parenting Anxiety Anger Illness and healing Feelings of separation, divergence, lack of fit Loneliness and social isolation The Shanti Counselling Centre welcomes Alexandra Goldwell as a clinical associate. Alexandra\'s interest in psychology was driven by her quest to understand human nature and our society. After receiving her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at UBC she was left feeling somewhat disappointed by the limits of Western Psychology. As a result, she began to vehemently pursue energy medicine, meditation, yoga, and Eastern ways of knowing in order to further understand the body-mind-emotional system and for her own personal growth. Alexandra tends to blend Eastern and Western methods in walking with people through various life challenges.Alexandra\'s work experience has ranged from social work with children and families, to street-work with adolescents, to individual and couples work in private practice. Her therapeutic style is client-centered infused with mindfulness and body-centered psychotherapy. Alexandra places emphasis on self-awareness and self-acceptance for those people she sees in counseling and also offers an inquisitive and non-judgmental presence wherein each individuals\' internal wisdom can arise. In her spare time, Alexandra would most likely be found walking by the ocean, dancing in her living room, cooking, or having tea with friends.Alexandra\'s expertise and clinical interest cover a diverse range of issues, including (but not limited to):Intimate relationships (partners, sibling, parent/child, co-parents)Adolescent IssuesSexuality and sexual issuesAddictionsGrief and lossSpiritual development and inquiry, spiritual expansionParentingAnxietyAngerIllness and healingFeelings of separation, divergence, lack of fitLoneliness and social isolation  

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