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Events   EVENTS
Start Right, Stay Connected: The Imago Pre-Commitment Couples Workshop
Vancouver, BC
 
Saturday, May 6, 2017
10 am – 4:30 pm
 
 
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Getting the Love You Want: Workshops for Couples. Presented by Imago Vancouver: Tamara Adilman RCC and Maureen McEvoy RCC, workshop presenters since 2008
Vancouver, BC
 
May 26-28, 2017 Nov 24-26, 2017 Feb 16-18, 2018
 
 
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Couples Workshop: Getting the Love You Want presented by married couple John Boland and Sue Goldswain Boland
Vancouver, BC
 
Oct. 27, 28 & 29, 2017
 
 
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Events   THERAPISTS    
Sue M. Goldswain
Registered Psychologist
Certified Imago Therapist, Advanced Clinician
EMDR (Advanced Level)
 
M.A., Ph.D.
   
Email:   suemgoldswain@gmail.com
Website:   www.imagotherapy.ca

Business/Clinic Name:   Goldswain Boland & Associates
Address:   288-2211 West 4th Ave
City:   Vancouver
Province:   BC
Postal Code:   V6K 4S2
Phone1:   778-866-7922
Phone2:  
Fax:   604-734-5234
     
Private/Public Practice:   Private
     
Population(s) Served:  
Girls




Areas of Focus:    
Relationship; Trauma; Stress/Anxiety; Depression; Life transitions; Eating Disorders; Chronic Pain/Illness/Rehabilitation
     
Memberships/Licensing:    
Registered with College of Psychologists of BC, # 1382
Memberships: College of Psychologists of BC
BC Psychological Association
Imago Relationships International (IRI)
Association of BC Imago Therapists
EMDR of Canada: (EMDRAC)
     
Clinical Information:    
Sue Goldswain is a talented therapist who has been helping couples and individuals make significant shifts in their lives for over twenty five years. Prior to training as a psychologist she worked as an R.N in both general nursing and gynaecology and geriatrics. Originally from South Africa, she obtained her Masters & Doctorate in Counselling Psychology from UBC, specializing in couples and family counselling. She is a Registered Psychologist, fully licensed to practice in BC. She is also an Advanced Clinician in Imago Relationship therapy, and is engaged in ongoing training and supervision in Imago Therapy to enhance and deepen her therapeutic skills.

As well, Sue is skilled and experienced in helping individuals recover from stress, anxiety, depression, addictions, and all types of trauma. She has worked in addiction clinics and in schools with adolescents with addicions. She also worked with a multidisciplinary team in an in-hospital Eating-Disorder program at Vancouver Health Sciences Hospital as part of her Master's Training. Sue has Level 11 training in EMDR, which she finds an efficient and effective technique for the release of trauma, and to clear crippling and repetitive core scripts. She uses EMDR mostly with individuals, but will, when appropriate, incorporate it into couples sessions. She has trained in Mindfulness-Based-Stress-Reduction with Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn.

Since her early years as a therapist, Sue’s approach has been both Jungian and experiential, and she finds Imago relationship therapy to be entirely congruent with this approach, namely that it is our stuck patterns in relationship that are inviting us to grow towards healing and wholeness. In her view, what makes Imago Therapy particularly effective is in its structured creation of a safe and respectful container for couples to explore their difficulties and regain connection and passion in their relationships.

Sue brings a warm, compassionate presence to her work, a keen mind, and an on-going pursuit of excellence.
     
Additional Information:    
Office Hours: Tues/Thurs/Fri, days and evenings
 
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