Mr. Paul McIsaac
Mr. Paul McIsaac
I have been working with adult individuals and couples for over 10 years now. My practice focuses on existential humanistic therapy, compassionate counselling for those suffering grief, loss, pain, and isolation. Ultimately, the main goal is to discover one’s meaning and develop it to build more strength and confidence to achieve other goals. Many of my clients are men suffering depression, some even contemplating suicide. I use cognitive behavioural therapy to assist them in analyzing and coordinating their thoughts, behaviours, and actions into more effective and satisfying lives. I work online and by telephone with Canadian clients in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the Territories. Remote therapy only.
I’m a Saskatchewan-based therapist specializing in working with survivors of sexualized violence. I also work with people to support their mental health, reduce stress, and maintain healthy relationships. I understand the complexities of trauma and how it impacts the mind and the body. As a social worker and yoga teacher, I offed a mix of breath and body work to compliment talk therapy.
I have been working with men and masculinity within the psychotherapeutic vestibule for over a decade, have led men’s groups since 2015, and currently have 8 groups running under me. I bring a non-bullshit, robust, integrative approach, pulling from the vast tides of masculine lore, as well as current ideologies geared toward the often subtle yet complex re-calibrations of masculine growth, relationships, and fiery purpose. I am currently training men to lead groups and to work with men in private practice, but have limited spots to work with men one on one, remotely.
I work primarily with clients aged 10 and up. I work from an integrative approach to ensure that the methods I use work best for you and your concerns. I encourage open communication so that I do not use a method or intervention that is not working for you. I specialize in chronic illness/pain, trauma/PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, couples/sex therapy, lgbtqia2s+, and career counselling, however, I am trained to work with other concerns as well. If you would like a free consultation or to set up an appointment contact me now or visit my website for more information. I am fully licensed to see clients in BC (RCC) and NB (LCT-C), as well as SK, MB, NL, and The Territories (CCC).
Ms. Eileen Deswiage
Ms. Eileen Deswiage
My approach is solution focused and client centred. It’s important to listen to the client’s story and work on solutions together. I have used the ACT model (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) which uses CBT and mindfulness to help build healing skills and work on past traumas. It’s important to note that everyone is different, there is hope, and that it takes such courage to be here asking for help.
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