Linda is a highly skilled therapist, lecturer and writer, with extensive experience working with individuals, couples, families and children. She embraces all clinical issues, and as a Professor of Psychology, has the expertise to ensure that her client’s find the solutions and change they are looking for. Linda has been in private practice for almost 20 years, and has a vast array of experience in a variety of different roles and settings. Her areas of clinical practice are endless.
In addition to Linda’s substantial educational and clinical experience, is her genuine, warm and caring approach to therapy. Client’s find comfort and safety with Linda as she uses the strategies best suited for each client to change upsetting and frustrating patterns, and overcome difficult situations, emotions, thoughts and relationships.
She is the originator of the popular West End Community Center's, On Being Human series, as well as past advice columnist for B.C. Woman Magazine. Other media credits include CBC’s The Afternoon Show, The Bill Good Show, The Vancouver Sun and Rogers Cablevision. She is also a past member of both the Vancouver Police Board and past Director of E-Comm (Western Canada's Emergency Communications Centre).
Linda’s areas of specialty include (but are not limited to):
- Adult Children of Addiction / Dysfunction / Abuse
- Infidelity Issues
- Mid-life Issues (especially women)
- Parental Alienation
- Identity Issues
- Sudden losses/crisis counselling
- PTSD and Trauma
- Object Relations / Attachment Issues
- Motherless Daughters
- Cognitive Restructuring
- Conflict Resolution
- Sober/Sobriety Coach