A Greeting from Carolyn (she/her)
Registered Provisional Psychologist. Trauma-Informed Yoga Psychology School Faculty.
Hello, I'm Carolyn!
My interest lies in the innate potential we possess to transform, develop, and heal. I believe through connection and support we can tap into our inner wisdom, discover our most authentic selves and overcome the obstacles that get in the way of leading our best lives. I counsel through an attachment-based lens and consider the different influences throughout our life that have helped shaped who we are today: relationships, culture, and societal systems.
Having extensively studied trauma throughout my masters program, I believe the body plays a pivotal role in our potential towards integrative long-term healing and consider the relationship between mind-body interdependent and interconnected.
As I begin the process of registering as a provisional psychologist, I honour and acknowledge how deeply sacred and personal each person's story is. Understanding that the counselling process can be extremely vulnerable, I strive to make each session a safe space, judgment free, and full of acceptance. Together I hope we can unpack your story and explore what it is to be human.
I look forward to connecting with you.
109-705 10th Street Canmore, AB T1W2A3
We are located beside Communitea Cafe, on the corner of 10th St. and 6th Ave.
Dr. Melissa Jay is an Indigenous, Nehiyaw-Métis, person, a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, and the Indigenous Director of the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association. We at Canmore Counselling respectfully acknowledges the traditional lands of the Indigenous Peoples (Inuit, First Nations, Métis) of Canada. We are privileged to live on sacred lands and celebrate all of the Indigenous peoples, who live, work, play, and care for these lands. As an act of reconciliation and decolonization, may we work together to answer the TRC's Calls to Action: Truth & Reconciliation Commission Reports and Findings.