Jim Schneider | Registered Psychologist Jim Schneider
Individual Counselling

Individual Counselling


Jim has extensive counselling experience and is equipped to work with individuals with a variety of concerns, including:

- Depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Grief and loss
- PTSD/Trauma
- Abuse
- Relationship concerns
- Career and life transitions
- Stress management
- Employment issues
- Spiritual concerns
- Self-esteem
- Separation and divorce
Recognizing the uniqueness of each person and circumstance, a variety of therapeutic approaches may be used to address client concerns. These may include cognitive-behavioral strategies, insight-oriented therapies, solution-focused interventions or EMDR.


More about EMDR:

Jim is a trained, Level II EMDR therapist.

EMDR is an innovative and powerful method of psychotherapy used to treat individuals suffering from a variety of troubling symptoms resulting from earlier traumatic experiences. These include anxiety, guilt, depression, complicated grief, phobias, addictions, panic attacks, etc.

Francis Shapiro, the founder of EMDR, explains that, when a disturbing or traumatic event occurs, the feelings, images and thoughts associated with the incident seem to get locked into an isolated, maladaptive memory network. Rather than moving toward resolution and learning from the experience, the disturbing information continues to be triggered by various events and life experiences. In a sense, the original disturbing experience becomes frozen in time and can have a negative effect on how we see ourselves and how we relate to the world around us.

Research suggests that EMDR has a direct effect on the way the brain processes the feelings, images, and thoughts associated with the disturbing events and moves the individual toward healthy adaptation. It can be thought of as a physiologically based therapy that helps an individual see their situation in a new and less distressing way.

For further information, go to www.emdr.com

Individual Counselling


Jim has extensive counselling experience and is equipped to work with individuals with a variety of concerns, including:

- Depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Grief and loss
- PTSD/Trauma
- Abuse
- Relationship concerns
- Career and life transitions
- Stress management
- Employment issues
- Spiritual concerns
- Self-esteem
- Separation and divorce
Recognizing the uniqueness of each person and circumstance, a variety of therapeutic approaches may be used to address client concerns. These may include cognitive-behavioral strategies, insight-oriented therapies, solution-focused interventions or EMDR.


More about EMDR:

Jim is a trained, Level II EMDR therapist.

EMDR is an innovative and powerful method of psychotherapy used to treat individuals suffering from a variety of troubling symptoms resulting from earlier traumatic experiences. These include anxiety, guilt, depression, complicated grief, phobias, addictions, panic attacks, etc.

Francis Shapiro, the founder of EMDR, explains that when a disturbing or traumatic event occurs, the feelings, images and thoughts associated with the incident seem to get locked into an isolated, maladaptive memory network. Rather than moving toward resolution and learning from the experience, the disturbing information continues to be triggered by various events and life experiences. In a sense, the original disturbing experience becomes frozen in time and can have a negative effect on how we see ourselves and how we relate to the world around us.

Research suggests that EMDR has a direct effect on the way the brain processes the feelings, images, and thoughts associated with the disturbing events and moves the individual toward healthy adaptation. It can be thought of as a physiologically based therapy that helps an individual see their situation in a new and less distressing way.

For further information, go to www.emdr.com

Individual Counselling


Jim has extensive counselling experience and is equipped to work with individuals with a variety of concerns, including:

- Depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Grief and loss
- PTSD/Trauma
- Abuse
- Relationship concerns
- Career and life transitions
- Stress management
- Employment issues
- Spiritual concerns
- Self-esteem
- Separation and divorce
Recognizing the uniqueness of each person and circumstance, a variety of therapeutic approaches may be used to address client concerns. These may include cognitive-behavioral strategies, insight-oriented therapies, solution-focused interventions or EMDR.


More about EMDR:

Jim is a trained, Level II EMDR therapist.

EMDR is an innovative and powerful method of psychotherapy used to treat individuals suffering from a variety of troubling symptoms resulting from earlier traumatic experiences. These include anxiety, guilt, depression, complicated grief, phobias, addictions, panic attacks, etc.

Francis Shapiro, the founder of EMDR, explains that, when a disturbing or traumatic event occurs, the feelings, images and thoughts associated with the incident seem to get locked into an isolated, maladaptive memory network. Rather than moving toward resolution and learning from the experience, the disturbing information continues to be triggered by various events and life experiences. In a sense, the original disturbing experience becomes frozen in time and can have a negative effect on how we see ourselves and how we relate to the world around us.

Research suggests that EMDR has a direct effect on the way the brain processes the feelings, images, and thoughts associated with the disturbing events and moves the individual toward healthy adaptation. It can be thought of as a physiologically based therapy that helps an individual see their situation in a new and less distressing way.

 
Suite 200, 8414 - 109 St., Edmonton, AB T6G 1E2
Tel 780.989.3401
Email j.schneider@shaw.ca
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