Brandi Heisterman B.Ed, MA, RCC (Counselling Psychology)
Brandi Heisterman has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology (MA) and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC). Brandi began her career as middle school special education teacher. After 15 years working with children and adolescents in elementary school, middle school, and high school, Brandi deepened her passion and knowledge in counselling psychology through research and theory. As an athlete in mountain biking, track and field, soccer, and triathlon, Brandi also specializes in mental performance (sports psychology) and eating disorders. After completing an internship at Quest University, Brandi is excited to extend her practice into working with adults.
Brandi works with clients to explore their core beliefs and values. Through the journey of life, our experiences shape how we think and behave. Often we need to explore the nature of these processes through psychodynamic theory. Interventions such as narrative therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, and dialectic theory can be helpful for clients to make sense of their past and present experiences and find new ways of coping with stress and anxiety, while building confidence and self-efficacy.