Sally-Anne Haug, MA, RCC, Certified EMDR Therapist
Are you living the life of your dreams, but still suffer? Or feel that you aren't living the life that feels right on the inside? Fear, anxiety and depression don’t have to run your life, dictate your decisions or create your future.
As we work collaboratively, I will utilize a strength-based, client centred approach to the therapeutic process, incorporating direction from you. To do this successfully, I integrate Eye Movement & Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Solution Focused modalities to support your holistic needs and personal goals. I will also teach you simple strategies and easy techniques to help you stay in the present. I have worked with culturally diverse populations in a variety of settings to support with concerns related to depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, relationships and other life challenges. The ultimate goal is to help you resolve challenges and lead you to a more fulfilling life.
I welcome you to get in touch with me here
C-PTSD & PTSD
Anxiety and Depression
Culturally aware therapeutic interventions
About my Clients
I have experience working with adolescent and adult focused services in community mental health, school based and private practice settings. Most of my clients are looking for support with managing overwhelming life situations and/or symptoms of anxiety, depression or trauma.
Click here to find Directions to my office located at 550-2950 Douglas Street in Beautiful Downtown Victoria, BC
I offer Therapy online via the Personal Information Protection Act2 (PIPA) compliant Jane App. Jane is a confidential, secure, end-to-end encrypted telemedicine provider designed for health care practitioners to deliver professional and effective care online. Additionally, video can make you feel like you are in the same room with me.
When using Jane, being able to talk freely and with peace of mind is always possible.
Seeking therapy is a brave decision. That first courageous step is the start of an exploration of how one's own mind works and adapts when under threat, often in an 'old' way that can be challenged and changed.