AnnMarie Churchill, PhD, RSW
AnnMarie holds a PhD in experimental psychology and a Masters in clinical social work. In addition to advanced study and training in the areas of anxiety, trauma and resilience, she has 30 years of direct clinical experience. AnnMarie has worked as a psychotherapist and consultant in various workplaces including EAP programs, schools, community and hospital settings. Much of her work over the years has involved training and consulting with Indigenous communities, including 20 years as a member of the mental health team on the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. She is a co-author of our Counselling Insights book. Informed by clinical work and her doctoral research on life orientation and coping, AnnMarie’s approach as a clinician and trainer is to view personal and professional struggles as human issues requiring compassion and practical strategies for coping and resilience. In her workshops, she seeks to build connection and capacity by creating an environment of acceptance, collegiality, and experiential learning. Packed with personal and professional examples, AnnMarie’s trainings are both highly engaging and informative.
Read blogs written by AnnMarie here.
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