About

Counsellor Profile

 

BevBev Dyck, M.A. is married and she and her husband have four adopted children who are now adults. She is a gifted, professional Counsellor. She has a direct approach, yet is gentle, engaging, and interested. Her counselling is client centered with a strong educational component – believing people will do better when they know better ways to do them. Her work is about promoting mutual respect and she works in a solution focused way.

Bev has a Masters degree with a counselling emphasis. She continues to take courses and seminars that keep her work relevant. She has created educational cards and DVD’s to help in the counselling process.

She is a family counsellor who has been practising since 1997. She has had experience as a contract Administrator and Certified Facilitator for Adlerian parenting groups. She has prepared and facilitated many parenting classes like “The Spirited Child”, “Anger – The Misunderstood Emotion”, “Positive Discipline”, Parenting of Teens”, “Bullying”, “Eating Disorders”, “The Blended Family”, etc.

Bev also does trauma debriefing and intervention in workplaces. She is a Part-Time Pastor. Bev is trained and equipped to help using Christian Counselling as well as secular counselling.

Bev works with individuals and families; marriage counselling, and premarital counselling, Women’s Issues; Codependency; Parenting Issues, Working with children: Spirited, ADHD, Discouraged; Assertiveness; Personality Profiles (especially helpful in Career counselling), and Anger Management, Eating Disorders, Addictions, Grief and Loss, and healing from trauma.

Bev works well with people of all ages. Bev enjoys people and has a very connecting way about her. Children and teens love her and look forward to their sessions with her.

Bev has also been trained in the use of EMI – Eye Movement Integration. This technique is proving increasingly helpful in resolving trauma (recent or past trauma) and in intervening for long-time counselling issues.

Bev has personally struggled with depression and brings compassion to this. She has also personally experienced the mid-life struggle and is perceptive to the challenges this poses and has experienced a time of deep healing in her own life.

For relaxation she enjoys her family, music, her garden and her grandchildren.

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