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Healing & Transformation Starts Here

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy & Trauma Responsive Counselling

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Meet Mark Shelvock,
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Establishing a relationship with the hidden or unconscious aspects of your mind (psyche) and body (soma) can help you learn how to live with your deepest emotional wounds, while also offering you the opportunity to discover vitality, freedom, and joy.

I can support you in learning how to lean into your pain and grow your edges so that you can express yourself more authentically. 

I help individuals reach their full potential by integrating psychodynamic psychotherapy, attachment theory, jungian psychology (dream interpretation), somatic experiencing, neuroscience, and expressive arts therapy. 

My clinical expertise is in issues relating to human development and its interruption. I am deeply passionate about facilitating restorative and expansive post-traumatic growth. 

I can help with the following health concerns...

Trauma

  • Attachment/early trauma

  • Childhood abuse or neglect

  • Complex trauma (C-PTSD)

  • Dissociation or freezing

  • Religious trauma

  • Post-traumatic stress

  • Sexual or relational trauma

  • Survival instincts and pent up survival energy 

Grief & Loss

  • Change

  • Chronic sorrow

  • Complicated and prolonged grief

  • Death-related losses

  • Life transitions

  • Loss of identity, meaning, and symbolic or non-death losses 

  • Political or collective grief

  • Traumatic loss

Relationship Issues

  • Avoidant, anxious, or      disorganized patterns

  • Boundaries

  • Complex family dynamics

  • Conflict resolution

  • Divorce and separation

  • LGBTQ+ relationships

  • Loneliness and isolation

  • People pleasing

Stress

  • Hypervigilance

  • Overwhelm

  • Shut down 

  • Sleep issues

  • High stress and life management

  • Suicidal ideation, self harm, or self-defeating patterns

  • Weight concerns

  • Work issues

Anxiety & Mood

  • Anger

  • Chronic worry, dread, or panic

  • Death anxiety

  • Depression

  • Generalized or social anxiety

  • Impulsive behaviours

  • Mood swings

  • Repression of feelings and other emotional concerns

Personal Development

  • Authenticity 

  • Body image

  • Coping skills

  • Gender-affirming care and trans* inclusive care 

  • Quarterlife or midlife crises

  • Post-traumatic growth

  • Self-esteem and self-value

  • Spirituality and meaning making

Begin your journey towards greater connection, depth, and meaning. 
I currently have a small waitlist; feel free to reach out and I will offer you a place on my waiting list!

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