Practicum Student Counsellor
Colleen Marcoux (she/her) is a practicum student completing her Master of Counselling degree. Holding a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and sociology from MacEwan University of Edmonton, Colleen has been fascinated by the field of psychology with a deeply rooted desire to help others for as long as she can remember.
Through compassion, collaboration, warmth, and humour, Colleen strives to support her clients’ growth, as they discover their strengths, find accessible solutions, and create meaningful change through transformative and empowering therapeutic work.
There is courage needed to recognize feelings of exhaustion, irritability, and disconnection, and Colleen feels privileged to hold space for her clients and help them achieve their goals. By providing unconditional support, Colleen is honoured to walk alongside her clients through their healing journey towards self-fulfillment, happiness, and meaningful growth.
Drawing from a variety of therapeutic modalities, Colleen recognizes the importance of strengths being discovered and celebrated, and in response, collaboratively tailors her therapeutic sessions to the unique needs and personal goals of each individual client. Being First Nations, Colleen understands the importance of therapeutic work being culturally-informed and respectful to diverse backgrounds and life experiences.
You deserve to be seen, understood, and supported, in a way that recognizes the unique struggles of your personal life experiences. Colleen’s empathetic, kind, and non-judgemental nature allows her to foster therapeutic relationships of acceptance, care, and inclusivity. Her sessions are conducted both online and in-person ensuring you can access support with convenience.
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