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Alicia McCullough

I am a second-year student in the Master of Education in School Counselling program at the University of Seattle as well as a practicing teacher here in Victoria. I have a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Psychology as well as a Bachelor of Education, both from the University of Victoria.

As a counselling intern I am interested in working with school aged children and youth. My approach to counselling is greatly inspired by Carl Roger’s person-centered theory which acknowledges the necessity of a strong therapeutic relationship as well as everyone’s innate ability to heal and  meet their potential. I also draw on methods and techniques from cognitive behavioural therapy and solution focused therapy.

My 10 years working as a teacher in both elementary and middle schools informs my practice and I aim to create a safe, interactive space to support exploration and growth.

I am an indisputable nerd with a passion for knowledge, so outside of work and school, I can often be found reading or researching topics of interest. However, I also have a soft spot for fantasy novels, enjoy running and biking as well as camping and spending time with family.

Practicum Student: About Me
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