Associate Therapist and Community Intake Counsellor
Adaeze completed her Bachelor’s of Arts with distinction in Psychology and Philosophy at University of Alberta. Following graduation, she moved to Melbourne and worked as a behavioural therapist specializing in the care of children with Autism and their families. During her time in Australia, she also worked as developmental psychology research assistant at the University of Melbourne. In 2016, she completed her Master’s in Counselling Psychology at McGill University and later returned to Alberta to start her practice. Based in the Juno House treatment model, Adaeze’s practice is relationally focused, integrating attachment theory, psychodynamic psychotherapy and advances in developmental and affective neuroscience. She acquired further training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Adaeze works to create a healing, therapeutic environment for young women and their families by fostering genuine connection, emotional awareness, authenticity and open communication. As part of an experienced team at Juno House, she works to empower girls and young women to move through their challenges to become the full expression of their confident and individual selves.
Contact for existing clients only:
For intake enquiries, please phone or email Lois Sapsford, Director
1902 5A St SW
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