Couples Counselling and Family Therapy

French novelist, George Sand, once said, “There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.” And yet, for many of us, that happiness can be elusive. Even if you are lucky enough to find a partner or to be born into a loving family, it’s not always easy to feel loved forever. Sometimes, we don’t even feel like we deserve it.

Welling Centre has a psychologist on staff that specializes in couples counselling, family therapy and relationship and communication issues.

Meet Jennifer Roesler. To learn more about her approach to therapy, read her profile below.

JENNIFER ROESLER, BA, MC

Registered Provisional Psychologist

Each 50-minute session with Jennifer is available for a $175 fee and may be eligible for extended health benefits through some insurance companies.

Jennifer is an empathetic, compassionate therapist who hopes to create a collaborative and working relationship with each of her clients. It can be daunting to face one’s sufferings and concerns. However, by walking this journey with you, she hopes that you can build the skills and resilience to face these experiences with newfound hope, understanding, and change. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle and is currently a Registered Provisional Psychologist.

Jennifer believes that everyone is the author of their own story. Therefore, her approach is highly client-centred. She is influenced by CBT, existential approaches, and utilises structural family systems when working with families. Jennifer has completed her Level 1 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and her level one EMDR training.

Jennifer has experience counselling individuals with substance use, medical procedures in hospitals, students and youth engaging in at-risk activities, brain injury, and those struggling with mental health difficulties. As a result, she has developed a sensitivity towards traumatic situations, abuse, and suicide. She also has experience teaching psychoeducation groups. Additionally, she loves working with couples to help increase communication, overcome betrayal, or even work on managing everyday life together. Jennifer is Métis and looking to supporting fellow indigenous people.

Jennifer currently sees individual adults, families, couples, teens, and the elderly for a wide range of issues, including, but not limited to trauma, substance use, brain injury, caregiving, OCD, and parenting challenges.

Ready to book now? Call us directly at 780-222-7405 or book an appointment online here.