Jenica Copithorne

Jenica Copithorne

I  have worked with a local school board for 21 years in specialized classrooms. I have spent most of my career focused on mental health and working with families, as well as connecting them to community resources, and advocating with them to get their children’s needs met. I have worked extensively with young people struggling with anxiety, ADHD, and autism.

I am in my final year of my Master of Counselling Psychology program through Athabasca University, working as a counselling practicum student. Upon completion, I will start the process of becoming a provisional psychologist.

I am a client-centred counsellor in which I co-construct goals with clients. I am also a mother of four children, ranging in age from 9 to 21. Therefore, I have encountered many common parental challenges, such as sleep routines and technology addiction. I can provide counselling to children, adolescents, and adults.


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