M.A., B.ed., BAH, R.P. (Qualifying)
In today’s fast paced and unpredictable world, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and “stuck” in patterns of thinking and behaving that hinder healthy growth and development.
It is not unexpected that people are feeling more mentally and physically burnt out as a result and unsure how to move forward to feel more balanced. This is where Neurofeedback supports the brain in developing greater resiliency and flexibility and in general, the mind and body’s capacity for healing.
I believe in the relationship between the mind, body, brain (and for many, the spirit). I meet clients from a holistic perspective and support them as their brains learn new and healthier patterns of functioning, come into greater balance and build resiliency. I believe that every individual has strengths and successes, struggles and setbacks, goals and aspirations. Through empathetic and compassionate understanding, I use Neurofeedback as a tool to help my clients learn more about themselves, their brains and the patterns of functioning that are no longer serving them.
Carly holds an honours degree in Psychology, a Bachelor of Education degree (primary-junior) and a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology. She is also currently completing her certification in becoming a Board Certified Neurotherapist with the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. Carly has extensive working experience in developmental services providing therapeutic, Neurofeedback, teaching and care-planning support to individuals with exceptionalities and their families/caregivers; mainly ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, FASD, Learning Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome. For the last two years, Carly has provided Neurofeedback services and completed QEEG brain maps for individuals of all ages, couples and families.
Types of Therapy:
Anxiety, Stress, Burnout, Depression, Sleep Issues, Trauma, Post-Concussion Symptoms, Peak Performance
More Than Just My Work:
“The source of all abundance is not outside you. It is a part of who you are.” Echkart Tolle