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Susan Armitage, MDIV., RP, RMFT, CAMS
Registered Psychotherapist
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Anger Management Specialist

Susan Armitage, MDiv., RP, RMFT has a Masters of Divinity degree with a major
in counselling from Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto. She is a
clinical member of the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
(#2017724) and a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (#004511).

She is also a Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS) through the National Anger Management Association (NAMA). She has developed an anger management program specifically for couples, and for
individuals who are in a relationship.

This program is based on her upcoming book, Over the Walls of Anger, Into Each Other’s Arms: Managing Anger Through the Lens of Attachment Theory. Susan works with individual adults and youth, couples, and families on building emotional connections, reducing anxiety and panic disorder, coping with depression, and she has a particular focus on abuse and trauma recovery and its effect on controlling anger.

Susan works with individual adults and youth, couples, and families on building emotional connections, reducing anxiety and panic disorder, coping with depression and has a particular focus on abuse and trauma recovery and its effect on controlling anger.

 


Julie Buehler, M.DIV., RP 
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) #007473

Associate member with CMFT (Canadian Association of Family and Marriage Therapy) #2017445Registered Psychotherapist (#007473), and Associate Member of the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) (2017445), Julie has considerable experience working with clients who are in need of anger management, couples, or individual therapy. Julie helps couples connect with each other by teaching them the skills to create an emotionally safe environment in which to express their needs.

Julie employs an integrative approach which may incorporate one or more modalities including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Solution-Focused and Family Systems approaches. Upon your request, she can also integrate her clients’ faith beliefs into their personalized treatment plan.

Before becoming a therapist, Julie worked as a pastor/Rev. For ten years. She provided spiritual counselling to families, youth, children and individuals within her culturally diverse community. Her passion for supporting clients through their most difficult time fuels her tenacity to help her clients reach their therapeutic goals.

Besides being a therapist, Julie works hard at being a supportive wife and a loving mother. She believes it is a great privilege to raise smart, kind and resilient children. Julie knows the struggle of balancing faith, family, and career. She doesn’t always get the right balance, but she makes sure to have guardrails in place to help her stay on track.

It is Julie’s personal and professional experiences that help her connect and validate her clients’ struggles and experiences. Connect with Julie today, so you can work together to understand your struggle and create a plan to resolve your conflict so that you can focus on building healthy, vibrant relationships with others.

 

Christine Kim
Tyndale Seminary student in her third year on track toward her MDiv. Div., and becoming a Registered Psychotherapist (Q) by May of 2021.

She has previous experience as a youth leader. Christine has been with Rock of Peace Counselling for over a year, and she helps individuals, couples and families cope with relationships, anger, and mental health issues. Her particular strengths are with youth and young adults. Christine enjoys spending time with her friends and family, finding new music to listen to, creating handmade items, and immersing herself in nature. Her fees are on a sliding scale and, depending on a client's income and insurance coverage, range between $20 and $120 per session.

 

Sam Allison
is a Tyndale Seminary student in his third year toward his MDiv. and is on track toward becoming a Registered Psychotherapist (Q) by end of summer, 2021

He has experience working with young offenders through Ray of Hope and with university students in his work with The Navigators. He has been with Rock of Peace Counselling since September, and while he helps individuals, couples and families with relationship and mental health issues, he has a particular focus on anger and on addictions. Sam is married, he enjoyed reading, getting active and playing sports. His favourite place to be is somewhere with mountains or skating on a frozen body of water. His fees are on a sliding scale and, depending on a client's income and insurance coverage, range between $20 and $120 per session.

 

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