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Mitchell Loepp, MEd, RPsych

Mitchell Loepp is EMDR trained, 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 has provided therapeutic and assessment services across Northern Alberta. 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.
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ARCH Psychological Services 2020

Mitchell Loepp, MEd, RPsych

Mitchell Loepp is EMDR trained, 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 has provided therapeutic and assessment services across Northern Alberta. 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.