At Liminal Space Therapy, we practice from an understanding of what it feels like to be in your shoes. We know how difficult it is to make that initial contact to attend therapy, to go to the first appointment and ultimately to be completely vulnerable with a trained stranger. We've been where you are and we want to make it as comfortable as possible to get you in the door. We are in the business of meeting where you are and treating you with respect and dignity.
Once we speak with you about the reason you are pursuing therapy, we will conceptualization the treatment method that would be appropriate. For example, often when people are struggling with anxiety, the most effective treatment is to use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We hope to use your time and money wisely and provide a service that will give you skills, healing and hope. You are driving the therapy bus and we are giving you directions. We're in this together.
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Megan has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics, a Bachelor of Social Work from Booth University College and a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. Megan has several years of experience in the field of mental health working with people struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, borderline personality disorder. She is trained in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy and Gottman levels 1 & 2.
Megan's approach to therapy is to be a listener who helps clients to see their own answers and to teach skills, increase self-awareness and self-compassion and to empower individuals to live their best life.
I believe that my relationship with the client is the key to growth and change.
I come to my work as a person first to meet you where you are in your emotions, thoughts and circumstances. There is no "fixing" in my style of therapy since this implies that we could be "broken". We all are in need of healing and we are all capable of it.
Ben they, them
Ben has earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Booth University College and a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. Ben is beginning his PhD studies with Memorial University of Newfoundland in May 2023.
Ben has several years of experience in the field of mental health working specifically with children and adolescents and their families. They have supported individuals living with trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, borderline personality disorder and much more. They have trained in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Gottman levels 1 & 2.