Stephanie Holland is an Registered Therapeutic Counsellor with the Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada.
Stephanie’s empathic and non-judgmental nature will help you feel understood as she works with you to come to a place of empowerment and healing. Through positive life coaching and a person centered-integrated approach, she will accompany and support you through challenging situations and life transitions.
As a birth mother herself, Stephanie has a personal and professional relationship in the area of unplanned pregnancies, adoption, abortion, and single motherhood. Pregnancy, whether planned or unplanned, can elicit feelings of uncertainty, fear, and loneliness, especially if there is not a strong support network in place for the parent. One of Stephanie's goals is to help you disentangle what you truly want, from what you think you should want and what others want for you. Rather than offer her opinion or advice, Stephanie’s style will offer you a safe space to explore your options, helping you find the path that is right for you.
In addition to her private practice, Stephanie also supports domestic abuse survivors in her counselling role with the Salvation Army, and will work with you to heal and move past traumatic relationships. She will also guide you in developing the tools you need to build healthier relationships in the future.
Stephanie is an excellent choice, if you are seeking any of the following:
• support in the face of major life decisions
• help with accepting decisions made in your past
• assistance with women’s issues, such as pregnancy
• healing from domestic abuse situations
• healthy relationships with your family
• understanding how to make the choices that are right for you
• guidance and help with issues for teenaged women
• healing from a loss
• a non-judgmental place to explore different options
• support in rebuilding and working on your self esteem
Registered Therapeutic Counsellor (RTC)
As an RTC, Stephanie will provide an official receipt for client’s reimbursement with any extended health benefits that cover registered counsellors. Members of The Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists (ACCT) must adhere to its Code of Ethics and Professional Standards and report supervision and professional development hours annually.
Counselling Associations: ASSOCIATION OF COOPERATIVE COUNSELLING THERAPISTS - Professional Member