Introducing Our Therapists … BYBLOW Denise – Registered Psychologist (Provisional), BA, MC: In addition to a general mental health and family practice, Denise specializes in post-partum adjustment (including depression), couples counselling, the at-risk youth population especially related to anxiety, defiance and those youth struggling with self-esteem, and providing support and direction for families with developmental challenges, behavioral issues, conflict, and trauma. CACHENE Eunice - RSW, BISW: Eunice’s areas of focus are domestic violence, early childhood development issues, parenting, family of origin, cultural sensitivity, self-esteem issues, crisis intervention, adoption, and cross-cultural counselling. She has experience in dealing with residential school survivors and the ADR process. Eunice is also knowledgeable in the areas of Autism and Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD). CADRIN Jo-Anne - RSW, MSW: Jo-Anne believes in supporting people to remember and honor who they are. She does this through individual, relationship and family counseling, as well as with conflict resolution (member of Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan) and as a workplace consultation. Her specialization includes bullying and conflict (schoolbased, workplace and organizational), relationship abuse, anger and grief work, and youth and gender issues. CHRISTENSEN Jill - RSW, MSW: Jill supports teens, adults and families to access their own strength and resilience. She would be honored to work towards relief for you in the areas of depression, anxiety, addiction, stress management, healthy relationships and self esteem enrichment. In addition to family therapy, Jill is also certified in Somatic Experiencing and trained in EMDR to support trauma recovery. COATES Dennis - R. Psych., RSW, CAC II, M.Ed. (Psych): Dennis is the owner of PPC and has been a counsellor here since its inception in 1980. He supports clients in the areas of addictions, marital, anxiety, trauma, spirituality, CISD and workplace conflict. Dennis has EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) training and is a member of the Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (CRHSPP). He primarily uses a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) approach. DOMBROSKY Linda - RSW, MSW: Linda is a well-seasoned counsellor who has been working with individuals, groups and communities for close to 25 years. Because of her experience and training, she has a plethora of skills, approaches, and therapies that can be tailored to suit each client based on their individual needs. Using intuition and empathy, Linda works with each client to help them develop skills, abilities and compassion for themselves. Linda’s goal is that each client leaves feeling empowered to take control of their personal and professional life. LARSON Larry (Private Practice Only) - R. Psych., M.Ed. (Psych): Larry’s principal focus is on the choices we make in reaching our potential. His expertise falls in the area of relationships, conflict management, executive coaching, organizational development and leadership. LEGARÉ Michelle - RSW, BSW, M.Ed.: Michelle has over 25 years of experience supporting individuals, groups and community based organizations in a variety of settings. Her areas of interest include; women centered therapy, identity issues facing First Nations and Métis people within mainstream society and in their communities, settlement process for newcomers to Canada, effective leadership to promote and build creative and balanced workplace environments. McFADYEN Danielle - R. Psych., M.C.: Danielle has supported individuals and families from a diverse clientele throughout the past seven years. Her range of experiences include; family violence, at risk youth, cross cultural issues, parenting, stress management, family counseling, grief work, and performance coaching for sports, arts, academics and employment. NEUFELD Sharon - R. Psych., CCC, M.Ed. (Psych): Since 1992 Sharon has supported clients through difficulties with stress, grief and loss management, depression, relationships, mid-life issues, life/work balance, separation and divorce, abuse recovery, posttraumatic stress, career and spiritual issues. Sharon is trained in EMDR. PELLERIN Cindy - R. Psych., M.Ed, B.Ed, BFA: Cindy has spent 18 years in the field honing a personable, engaging style that appeals to both the general and specific complexities of life. She is a veteran Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT) who thoroughly enjoys a lively (and sometimes humorous) interactive approach to life’s challenges. RUGG David - RSW, BA, BSW, MSW: Dave has over 40 years of experience providing support to individuals and families. He has worked with youth at risk, families in conflict, & parenting counsel for those determined to prevent conflict. He then turned his empathetic skills to working with palliative clients & families, completing his full-time career at the Cancer Centre. Dave has Advanced Certification in “Beyond Divorce” and is a Life Skills trainer. STERN Angela - R. Psych., CCC, M.Ed. (Psych): Angela’s primary focus is on children, but she also enjoys supporting those needing support with family therapy, single parenting, separation/divorce and marital issues, and is qualified to do EMDR. SUBCHYSHYN Rachel - CCC, M.Ed. (Psych): Rachel’s primary focus is anxiety but also encourages people in the areas of depression, eating disorders, bullying, self-esteem, anger management and family therapy. Rachel is trained in EMDR. YEE Derek - RSW, BA, BSW, RSW: Derek is our go-to man for adolescent males. He is most interested in anger, depression and anxiety, its impact on families and the practical steps that can be taken to achieve goals, long and short. You will find Derek to be an engaged, active therapist. October 2014 (306) 664-0000 www.peopleproblems.ca (Prof. Corp.) 1118 College Drive SASKATOON, SK S7N 0W2 (306) 664-0000 www.peopleproblems.ca 1118 College Drive SASKATOON, SK S7N 0W2 (Prof. Corp.) Updated November 3, 2014 ABOUT PPC PPC is a team of professional psychologists, social workers and certified counsellors with various specialized areas of expertise. We can match your individual needs with a counsellor that seems best for you, or you can chose who you would like to see on your own. Our team can help you when it seems like your world is spinning out of control. We work diligently and with integrity to help people deal with their personal difficulties. Our therapists have a broad range of training and experience and are committed to working with clients to bring about positive results and timely resolution of issues. We don’t believe that you need to be in crisis in order to use our services. In fact, earlier intervention usually ensures a quicker solution. Our job is to help you with your choices. We do this by helping you to clarify the problem and working together to create solutions that work for you. If a problem bothers you, it is real. Remember, early interventions can mean the difference between solving a problem or going through a long period of struggle with a difficult situation. That’s when you should call PPC for caring, confidential and professional assistance. Service Access -- Very commonly, people use an EFAP (Employee Family Assistance Program) or pay privately (and are often able to access an insurance benefit for reimbursement or claim the charges on income tax through the Medical Expense Tax Credit). 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