Intern Counsellor (RCC Candidate)
Aman Mann is a practicum student completing her Master of Arts in Clinical Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Calgary. She has a passion for helping people, which is innate, and throughout her life, she has emphasized acts that bring relief and comfort to others.
Aman has witnessed and endured many of life’s stresses, which has motivated her to work in the therapeutic field. She is empathic and has an increased ability to understand the perspective of others. She carries an optimistic nature which readily facilitates a positive and non-judgmental working environment.
Aman admires the principles of psychodynamic and Adlerian therapies and hopes to incorporate them into her counselling sessions. She also believes that every individual is unique and thus aspires to work collaboratively with her clients to navigate therapy that would be most beneficial and align with her clients’ best interests. She looks forward to working with individuals and families to foster positive change in the psychological, biological, social, and cultural realms.
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