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Brad Buhr, MA
Brad Buhr is a Registered Provisional Psychologist based out of Edmonton Alberta. He has a Bachelor of Education from University of Alberta, a Master of Arts Integrated Studies from Athabasca University, and a Master of Arts Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. He has presented at the Science of Consciousness conference in Tucson on the evolutionary development of memes. Brad believes in the healing power of individual creativity and has had his photography published in Discover Magazine and has collaborated on music for two award-winning student short animated films. Having recently studied the neurobiology of developmental trauma, addiction, and emotion, Brad is excited with the contributions that science offers those in psychological distress. Brad, approaching 60 years of age, is inspired by the concept of therapy being provided by a “wounded healer” who has experienced failure as well as success and who is able to sit without judgment with anyone and listen to the story of the client’s struggles. Brad follows a biopsychosocial perspective which emphasizes physical health, positive psychology, emotional regulation, and social integration. He draws strength from his faith background and feels that multicultural and inclusive communities can support individuals work through the challenges of life and thrive.
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ARCH Psychological Services 2021
Brad Buhr, MA
Brad Buhr is a Registered Provisional Psychologist based out of Edmonton Alberta. He has a Bachelor of Education from University of Alberta, a Master of Arts Integrated Studies from Athabasca University, and a Master of Arts Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. He has presented at the Science of Consciousness conference in Tucson on the evolutionary development of memes. Brad believes in the healing power of individual creativity and has had his photography published in Discover Magazine and has collaborated on music for two award-winning student short animated films. Having recently studied the neurobiology of developmental trauma, addiction, and emotion, Brad is excited with the contributions that science offers those in psychological distress. Brad, approaching 60 years of age, is inspired by the concept of therapy being provided by a “wounded healer” who has experienced failure as well as success and who is able to sit without judgment with anyone and listen to the story of the client’s struggles. Brad follows a biopsychosocial perspective which emphasizes physical health, positive psychology, emotional regulation, and social integration. He draws strength from his faith background and feels that multicultural and inclusive communities can support individuals work through the challenges of life and thrive.