Cam approaches each interaction with the belief that everyone is doing the best they can. He demonstrates a deep compassion for others. Cam has worked with families and adolescents for most of his career. His counselling sessions provide guidance and support through the ever-present transitions in life. He uses an integrated model to address emotional, physical, relational, and spiritual health with those he counsels.
Cam has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta in elementary education as well as a Master of Divinity and a Master of Arts in Christian Education through seminaries in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Edmonton. Most recently Cam completed his Master of Counselling at Athabasca University.
Cam uses a variety of modalities in his practice including, narrative, solution-focused, family systems, person-centered, acceptance and commitment, as well as cognitive behavioural therapy. He provides individual and group counselling for children, youth, adults, and seniors. Outside of his counselling practice, Cam enjoys spending time with his family, the outdoors and cooking (although he admits he’s not a chef by all means.)
Cam provides support in these areas:
- Grief and loss
- Communication and conflict
- Separation and divorce
- Experiencing and living with disabilities
- Life transitions
- Self-esteem, confidence, self-compassion
- Spiritual issues
- Adolescence and parenting