Practicum Student Counsellor
Casey Marsh is a practicum student studying for her masters in counselling through City University.
She has over 14 years experience as a secondary teacher in the Vancouver and North Vancouver school districts. She has worked in both mainstream and alternative schools and is currently working as a learning services teacher and helps students with learning challenges. She has expertise in dealing with learning disabilities and the mental health issues that often accompany them.
Casey believes that each client has the strength to overcome their challenges. She likes to empower her clients to realize their strengths. While her modalities of interest are cognitive behaviour therapy, attachment therapy, and solution focused therapy, she takes a person-centred approach and provides space for clients to explore and discover their feelings. She provides a safe non-judgemental atmosphere for her clients and focuses on a process of normalizing and acceptance.
Personally, she is a mother of two and is an avid trail runner. You will often find her on the trails in North and West Vancouver when she’s not counseling, teaching, or looking after her family.
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