Angie Kleinfelder is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with a Masters in Counselling from City University. She has nearly 15 years of experience working alongside individuals who have been impacted by various mental health concerns, identity struggles and challenging life circumstances. Over the last five years she has been practicing as a Registered Clinical Counsellor in both private practice and community settings.
As a therapist, her ideas and values are rooted in compassion, understanding and humility, and her approach is largely informed by humanistic and existential teachings. She believes that the counselling process is a collaborative one and that feeling connection, value and respect is crucial in order to support individuals and couples towards physical, emotional and mental well-being.
In a society that bombards us with expectations, ideals and norms, which are often absorbed on an unconscious level, therapy provides the time and space to reflect and analyze how we truly feel about and fit within them. It can help us move into greater comfort with ourselves and within relationships with others, ultimately allowing us to live a more empowered and meaningful life.
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