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Glen believes that flourishing (and good therapy) happens wherever it’s safe enough to be honest. He considers it a privilege to be invited into presence with people along their paths through pain, coping, self-discovery, healing, transformation, and joy. Glen is a trained Level 1 AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) therapist. His areas of care include trauma, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, shame, anger, grief, relationships, emotional mindfulness, vocational direction, and spiritual deconstruction. His clinical focus uses an attachment-based, trauma-informed psychodynamic framework, supported by affective neurobiology, family systems theory, and narrative therapy.
Glen has served Hamilton’s larger community within the social services sector for 14 years, providing person-centred support to people living through the realities of substance use, poverty, mental health dual-diagnoses, developmental disabilities, and criminal history.
Glen completed his Master’s of Divinity and Clinical Counselling at Tyndale University. Before Tyndale, Glen completed an Honours Bachelor of Music with a minor in Religious Studies from McMaster University.
After hours, Glen enjoys time spent with his wife and son, making music, cooking, playing sports, a good cup of tea, and celebrating with friends perhaps more than is socially acceptable.