Catherine Coombe, MACP, RCC
Counselling for Teens, Adults, and Couples
It can be really difficult to reach out for help when you are struggling.
I am here to meet you where you are at, no matter where that might be. My warm and non-judgmental approach can help you to feel at ease and safe to be yourself.
Whether I am connecting with a teen or adults, my focus has always been to help others discover their intrinsic and unique strengths. So often in life we are challenged in ways that make us stray from our strengths and get trapped in our perceived weaknesses. My strength-based, person-centred approach aims to support individuals in rediscovering how their strength can support positive change in their life.
As a parent, I also understand the challenges of parenthood and becoming a new parent. Our needs are often put on the backburner in order to focus on our kids and families. Taking the time to focus on your own needs and self-care may be hard and sometimes talking through life’s challenges is the first step.
My Education and Background
Experienced counselling teens, couples, and young adults struggling with a variety of mental health issues.
Trained in a range of therapeutic interventions to help with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues (e.g., CBT, mindfulness, DBT, Emotion-focused, solution focused, narrative therapy).
Supported new parents coping with post-partum depression, relationships, and struggles with work transition.
Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University.
Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC).
Certified Gallup Strengths Coach.
Over 9 years of experience supporting employees in a human resources role.