Jim Squire

Individual, Couple and Family Therapist, MDiv, OACCPP
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
NaN years in practice

About Jim Squire

Passion for helping others drives my practice and permeates all my work. My primary focus is to create space where authenticity and acceptance flourish and wellness goals can be realized. I have been helping people make changes, overcome challenges and achieve their true potential for over eleven years. I have successfully worked with people from a wide range of ethnicities, socio-economic situations, cultural and religious backgrounds. I believe my greatest asset is my ability is to empathize with people, enter into their world and help them feel valued and accepted.

I integrate a variety a research validated approaches such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), solution focused therapy (SFT), emotionally focused therapy (EFT) as well as exploring meaning of life events, significant relationships, childhood and family history. My focus is holistic in nature looking at the whole person (mind, body and spirit) in the context of their environment and their lived experience. My therapy is always client driven, you set the goals and the pace and I provide a safe, supportive environment where we can explore your struggles and help you embrace your hopes and dreams.

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There could be many reasons but often people feel validated when they are in a relationship, the need to be in a relationship can be related to a belief of unlovability which often stems from our childhood. The relationship sort of soothes this temporarily and the others interest or desire helps... more

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