Trixie is part of our affiliate sister group, Kelowna Professional Group
Appointments: Monday & Tuesdays, 9am to 6pm and Wednesdays through Friday, 9am to 3pm
Trixie Hennessey uses an integrative approach rooted in interpersonal neurobiology, narrative therapy, emotion focused family therapy, mindfulness based practice and attachment theory. She follows a holistic and relational approach to address the psychological, biological, social, and spiritual factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of eating disorders, relationship challenges, and mental health issues.
By providing a safe and empathetic therapeutic environment, Trixie supports clients in examining their interpersonal relationships and addressing maladaptive coping skills. Over time her clients build healthy relationships with others, have a stronger sense of self, and gain the skills they are seeking to create productive, meaningful lives.
Trixie has considerable experience supporting clients and their families with disordered eating. She has worked extensively with families where separation is occurring. She is an experienced parenting coach for a variety of child presentations including children with multiple diagnoses, autism, developmental delays, anger management, and anxiety. She counsels people of all ages with grief and loss issues. She works with individuals with addictions and utilizes a variety of strategies included integrated team approaches. Trixie has dealt with mild adaptation issues to serious, self-harm and does so with a kind, non-judgemental, and respectful interaction that makes her approachable and trustworthy.
A summary list of identifiable clients helps to identify the best fit for work Trixie:
Trixie completed her Masters of Social Work degree at the University of British Columbia- Okanagan. She is registered under the British Columbia College of Social Workers (#10016).
Video Therapy via SKYPE:
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