Announcing the Bannatyne Counselling Team
September 2011-April 2012:
Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:
Matthew Decter (PhD) has a background in clinical psychology and neuropsychology and approaches therapy and counseling work from a humanistic (person-centered) perspective, emphasizing the individual student’s inherent capacity for growth and change. Matthew approaches therapeutic work from a strongly developmental perspective and draws on a range of different approaches in work with clients, integrating emotion-focused, mindfulness-based and meta-cognitive techniques.
Anjelisa Skinner (M.Ed.) has a background in counselling psychology. Within a client-centered, humanistic framework she is committed to creating a safe, validating and collaborative counselling relationship. Building on a client-centered approach, Anjelisa integrates a variety of approaches including emotion-focused and cognitive behaviour therapies to support clients in connecting with the here and now of their emotional and cognitive experiences. Throughout the therapeutic experience, she is mindful of her client’s strengths to help them understand their resiliency and help improve their sense of hope.
Margaret Tobin (M.S.W.) - Senior Scholar
For appointments call: 204-474-8592 (receptionist)
To assist students in obtaining appropriate information and services, staff members of the Student Counselling and Career Centre have provided a variety of web pages. Students are encouraged to contact our offices located on both the Fort Garry and the Bannatyne campuses if they need additional information or would like to explore anything further.
|Bannatyne Campus: Personal Counselling
S207 Medical Servies Building
204-789-3857 or 204-474-8592
Bannatyne Campus: Student Services (SS@BC)