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Mitchell Loepp, MEd

Mitchell   Loepp   is   a   provisionally   registered   Psychologist   in   the   province   of   Alberta.   He   completed   a   Bachelor   of Arts   degree   in   Psychology   at   Concordia   University   of   Edmonton   in   2009,   and   a   Master   of   Arts   degree   in   Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Windsor in 2015. Mitchell   received   clinical   training   in   both   therapy   and   psychological   assessment   from   the   Psychological   Services Research   Centre   in   Windsor,   Ontario.   Hebrings   over   10   years   of   experience   of   working   with   children   and   their families   in   the   mental   health   field.   Mitchell   also   travelled   to   Europe   and   New   Zealand   as   a   volunteer   to   gain experience   in   treating   substance   abuse   and   mood   disorders   from   a   spiritual   community   life   modality   based   on   work therapy and re-discovering purpose. In   therapy,   Mitchell   adopts   a   person-centered   approach   with   cognitive-behavioural   strategies.   He   emphasizes   a discovery-orientated   approach   for   his   clients   as   they   explore   their   inner-world   and   use   their   strengths   to   achieve   a higher   level   of   independence   and   congruence.   In   this   way,   clients   are   able   to   achieve   the   goals   they   have   set   for themselves   based   on   the   level   of   direction   and   support   required   throughout   the   therapy   process.   Mitchell   strives   to build a strong therapeutic relationship with his clients based on warmth, trust, and feeling understood.
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Mitchell       Loepp       is       a       provisionally       registered Psychologist   in   the   province   of   Alberta.   He   completed   a Bachelor    of    Arts    degree    in    Psychology    at    Concordia University   of   Edmonton   in   2009,   and   a   Master   of   Arts degree   in   Child   Clinical   Psychology   from   the   University of Windsor in 2015. Mitchell   received   clinical   training   in   both   therapy   and psychological     assessment     from     the     Psychological Services      Research      Centre      in      Windsor,      Ontario. Hebrings   over   10   years   of   experience   of   working   with children   and   their   families   in   the   mental   health   field. Mitchell   also   travelled   to   Europe   and   New   Zealand   as   a volunteer    to    gain    experience    in    treating    substance abuse   and   mood   disorders   from   a   spiritual   community life   modality   based   on   work   therapy   and   re-discovering purpose. In      therapy,      Mitchell      adopts      a      person-centered approach     with     cognitive-behavioural     strategies.     He emphasizes    a    discovery-orientated    approach    for    his clients   as   they   explore   their   inner-world   and   use   their strengths   to   achieve   a   higher   level   of   independence and   congruence.   In   this   way,   clients   are   able   to   achieve the   goals   they   have   set   for   themselves   based   on   the level   of   direction   and   support   required   throughout   the therapy    process.    Mitchell    strives    to    build    a    strong therapeutic    relationship    with    his    clients    based    on warmth, trust, and feeling understood.  

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