ARCH Psychological Services 2021
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Debbie Jabbour, MA, RPsych
Debbie is Registered Psychologist in the Province of Alberta. Her clients include First Nation and Metis who are dealing with issues such as generational trauma, residential schools, 60s scoop, addictions, family violence and systemic racism. She has experience working with trauma, sexual assault, child abuse, grief and loss, separation/divorce, and the LGBTQ++ community. For the last eight years Debbie has lived in Alberta’s far north, where I’ve had the privilege to live and work with an incredible diversity of cultures and personalities. Northerners face many unique challenges, and long distances and isolation can make it difficult to find help. Debbie’s approach is eclectic and holistic, rooted in existential and family systems therapy. She beliefs we can benefit from understanding the origin of our trauma, but finding long term happiness and success in life also requires gaining self-insight, building self-esteem and developing practical problem solving skills. Debbie has many experiences, including navigating some of the most difficult challenges life can bring. Her role is to help you build upon your strengths so that you can successfully manage your own challenges, whatever they may be, and become stronger and more resilient.
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ARCH Psychological Services 2021
Debbie Jabbour, MA, RPsych
Debbie is Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta. Her clients include First Nation and Metis who are dealing with issues such as generational trauma, residential schools, 60s scoop, addictions, family violence and systemic racism. She has experience working with trauma, sexual assault, child abuse, grief and loss, separation/divorce, and the LGBTQ++ community. For the last eight years Debbie has lived in Alberta’s far north, where I’ve had the privilege to live and work with an incredible diversity of cultures and personalities. Northerners face many unique challenges, and long distances and isolation can make it difficult to find help. Debbie’s approach is eclectic and holistic, rooted in existential and family systems therapy. She beliefs we can benefit from understanding the origin of our trauma, but finding long term happiness and success in life also requires gaining self-insight, building self- esteem and developing practical problem solving skills. Debbie has many experiences, including navigating some of the most difficult challenges life can bring. Her role is to help you build upon your strengths so that you can successfully manage your own challenges, whatever they may be, and become stronger and more resilient.