Maureen Chapman M.A.
Registered Clinical Counsellor No. 2470
Maureen offers an environment in which rapport safety, empathy and trust are instilled to assist her clients in addressing their personal life challenges.
Her areas of interest include depression, anxiety, and communication breakdown, assertiveness skills, self-esteem, personal growth, family of origin issues, health anxiety and the development of emotional awareness. She has a special interest in assisting individuals and families impacted by emotional dysregulation, high sensitivity, introversion, narcissism and borderline personality traits.
Maureen's therapeutic approach is eclectic and dependent on the client's situation and goals. Techniques may include Cognitive Behavioural, modified Dialectical Behavioural, Emotionally Focused, Systems and Adlerian therapy.
Prior to obtaining her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Maureen was a research assistant with the U.B.C. Mood Disorders Clinic and a volunteer with the RCMP Victim Services.
Maureen is married with 3 adult children.Maureen is also a member of the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
- Coping With Crazy Thoughts
- Good Anger, Bad Anger
- Trust Your Doctor
- Self Reflection: A Life Long Journey
- The Storm Within
- Teens Who Cut
- Destructive Narcissistic Parents
- Destructive Narcissistic Parents – Part II
- Emotional Intimacy
- Bipolar Disorder
- Health Anxiety
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- The Gifts of Introversion (or being quiet)
- Empathy and Mirror Neurons
- Why do we Lie?