Susan Doiron

Susan has a MEd in Counselling with experience in the field since 2004. She is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and a Certified EMDR Therapist.
Her counselling experiences include mental health counselling, trauma and recovery, stress management, life transitions and work with adults, children, and youth. She currently works with adults and youth.
She has also published meditative journaling books and an adult fairy tale. She is intrigued with how living a purposeful life leads to heightened levels of emotional and mental well-being and overall life satisfaction. This has been the focus of her writing.
Susan is holistic and intuitive in her approach. She believes that all individuals have a healthier place within themselves where they feel centered and can thrive. Further, therapy helps clients connect with that healthier place within to transform their relationship with both themselves and others.
Susan specializes in EMDR therapy (an alternative to talk therapy) and she is a Certified EMDRIA Therapist. She provides EMDR as a psychotherapy treatment to help clients to attend to distressing material. With successful EMDR treatment, clients gain insights and painful events are transitioned on an emotional level through their own accelerated intellectual and emotional processes. oy
She is a registered service provider with Blue Cross, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Veteran?s Affairs Canada, Sunlife, CVAC and ICBC.
Susan has a full-time private practice in Abbotsford BC and is looking forward to serving clients in British Columbia. She is open to receiving new clients (adults).

2469 Pauline Street Unit 201, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, V2S 3S1

Phone: (236) 3805616
Email: susan@susandoiron.ca

Population Served:

Adult

Languages:

How EMDR is Offered:

Both online and in-person

Areas of Expertise:

Anxiety
Attachment Focussed
C-PTSD
Depression
Dissociation
Grief & Bereavement
Military
OCD
PTSD
Panic Attacks
Physical Abuse
Sexual Abuse
Social Anxiety