Meet Hollie CampbellB.A., M.C., R.Psych.
Hollie is a Registered Psychologist in good standing with the College of Alberta Psychologists. She is also a member of the Psychologist Association of Alberta. Hollie holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Alberta and an M.C. from City University of Seattle. Hollie has over 11 years of clinical experience from multiple mental health fields, 8 of which from front line work. Over the years, she has gained significant experience treating: Trauma; OCD; PTSD; attachment disorders; abuse; addictions; dual diagnosis; psychiatric disorders; complex behavioural problems; FASD; Autism; ADHD; mood and personality disorders; and crisis interventions, with a variety of client populations (Native American, Caucasian, Inuit, Asian, LGBT, RCMP, Military, children, adolescents and adults).
Hollie uses compassion, empathy, and humor to honor and support clients towards healing and growth. Her approach to psychotherapy is client centred, grounded in attachment theory, developmental psychology and family systems therapy. She is also very comfortable pulling from CBT, Solution Focussed therapy, Narrative, Motivational Interviewing and DBT depending on client presenting concern and preference. Furthermore, Hollie is experienced in developing psychodynamic workshops and psychodynamic assessments.
Finally, Hollie thoroughly enjoys working with children and adolescents via a variety of modalities including: Art therapy, Play therapy, Sandtray, and sensory work. Moreover, she has a special interest in the challenges faced by front line workers, including Military personnel, Veterans, RCMP, and first responders.