Kirsten Kachuk

Healthy Relationships – Families – Attachment

Kirsten Kachuk
Registered Psychologist #3815
Masters of Science Marriage and Family Therapy, 2000
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 1995

Please note that Kirsten’s caseload is currently full and she is not accepting new clients. However, if you appreciated her profile, one of our student therapists would be happy to learn what resonated with you here, and suggest some similar options for you with this in mind! Please feel free to reach out for help in finding a therapist.

With 21 years of practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist and 11 years experience as a Psychologist, I bring a broad range of experience working with families, couples and individuals. My model of change is rooted in postmodernist theory, a way of thinking that how we see ourselves, molded by the social context and constructs we build around us. What we consider to be truth is relative to our perspective versus a constant across people and time. Structured through this and the lens of attachment theory, narrative and emotion focused therapy, I work with you to realize your “best”…whether that is your best self, best life goal, best relationship, and even best break up.

A safe and empathetic therapeutic environment supports you to examine life experiences, identify and address maladaptive coping skills, build healthy relationships with others, have a stronger sense of self and gain the skills you seek to create productive, meaningful lives. I work with individuals, business partners, romantic partners, families and teens or anyone willing to do the work to create their best life.

As well, I supervise masters level and provisional psychologists and hold a certificate in Advanced Clinical Supervision in Psychology through the University of Calgary and the College of Alberta Psychologists.

Contact Kirsten

    Areas of Interest

    anger

    anxiety

    codependency

    communication

    depression

    domestic abuse

    family relationships

    friendships

    grief & loss

    healthy coping skills

    infertility

    life transitions

    parent/ child relationships

    parenting

    pregnancy

    ptsd

    setting healthy boundaries

    stress

    trauma

    Session Types

    adults

    couples

    elderly

    families

    individuals

    teenagers

    youth

    Therapy Types

    Attachment-Based Therapy

    Emotion Focused Therapy

    Family Systems Therapy

    Narrative Therapy

    Solution-Focused Therapy

    Trauma Focused Therapy

    In-Person or Video Counselling

    In-Person Counselling

    Online Video Counselling

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