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About Me

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Gayane Ghazaryan, MCP, RCC

Experience 

Luminaire Therapy 

No Fear Counseling 

Pacifica Treatment Center 

Canadian Mental Health Association 

 

Education 

Registered Clinical Counsellor- BCACC- #17499

Master of Counselling Psychology- Adler University 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology- Utah State University 

Professional Trainings 

Center for Existential Analysis & Logotherapy (CEAL) - US cohort  2022-current

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) basic training

AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) immersion

Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training Level 1

 

Languages 

English, Armenian, Russian

Over the past several years, I have combined my experience in mental health counseling and my multicultural background to provide space for clients of all walks of life through a value-based existential analytic approach. Whether you aim to navigate conflicting internal and external expectations, relate confidently and authentically with others, or reclaim agency over your life, I invite you to engage in a dialogue to gain a deeper understanding and connection with yourself and your purpose. 

 

My clients range from entrepreneurs to expats, executives to creatives, and health care professionals to trauma survivors. Regardless of your background or life path, I facilitate the process of connecting who you are, with who you want to be; in relation to yourself, to others and the world around you. 


My approach is rooted in a meaning-focused therapeutic philosophy. In order to access the vitality of life and live life on your own terms, it takes self-understanding and ownership of your unique, personal values. Therapeutic work often revolves around identifying the values that strengthen you, and accepting the uncertainties, vulnerabilities and limitations that make us human. As a result, my clients find alignment with themselves and their goals in life, and are able to be in the world with confidence, intentionality and direction.

On a more personal note, I have lived and studied in three different countries (Armenia, USA, Canada) and speak three different languages (English, Armenian, Russian). I personally know the intricacies of navigating competing cultural norms, opening myself up to novel experiences, while also cherishing the old. In the midst of it all, the support I felt allowed me to be bold and courageous in creating a life I love. It is the greatest adventure of my life to support others, like you, in creating your own – with values that empower you and meaning that sustains you.

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