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Leslie Pearson MC, R.Psych

Family specialistEvolution Psychology
Work 136, 160 Broadway Blvd Sherwood Park AB T8H 2A3 Cell Phone: 780-707-8140Work Phone: 780-570-5709Website: Evolution Psychology
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Leslie specializes in working with children and adolescents. Leslie is currently completing her play therapy certification and has completed all of the educational requirements through the Canadian Association of Play Therapy (CAPT). She also has training in other creative approaches, such as sandplay, that she uses with all age groups. Leslie has training in Animal Assisted Play Therapy (AAPT) and works with Carl the Labradoodle on a part time basis. Check Carl out on Instagram @carl_the_labradoodle and Leslie’s Facebook page @ Leslie Pearson Psychological Services.

Leslie believes that therapy is a journey that she is honored to take part in with her clients. Leslie takes a client-centered approach to therapy, which also integrates play therapy, attachment theory, narrative therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, neurodevelopment, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, Theraplay, and family systems. She also has additional training in suicide assessment and prevention. Leslie hopes that through the therapeutic journey clients can access their inner strengths and develop new strategies to face concerns in their daily lives.

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