M.Ed. Registered Psychologist (Provisional) (#1202)
The complex terrain of the human experience does not have to be navigated alone. Beginning therapy is an exceptional step in investing in yourself, to begin exploring that which makes you strong, supportive, and resilient. And we’ll get there together.
Brooklyn utilizes holistic approaches and evidence-based interventions to attend to your unique needs and goals for therapy that will improve their functioning in meaningful ways. Based on a foundation of collaboration, trust, and acceptance, I am dedicated to fostering a therapeutic relationship that affords you the comfort and courage to explore options, address challenges, identify strengths, problem-solve, and develop coping strategies.
Experience: Brooklyn is a Registered Psychologist (Provisional) with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists and a University of Regina graduate with a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology. Provisional registration indicates that she is working under the close supervision of Registered Psychologist, Frances Hammel-Kampus as Brooklyn works to complete 1500 hours of supervised practice as required by the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. She has experience working in research, clinical, and outreach settings where she worked with clients experiencing a range of psychiatric and behavioral complexities.
Client Focus: Adolescents, Adults, and Group Therapy
Types of therapy: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, solution-focused, strengths-based, client-centered
Issues: Depression and anxiety, trauma, stress, grief, relationship challenges, communication, self-esteem, anger, coping and self-care
Favourite Quote: “I am a human being, meant to be in perpetual becoming…These things will be hard, but you can do hard things” – Glennon Doyle