Lyelle Ducoy, M.I.P., RP
Why do people consider Therapy? Many individuals in any walk of life face day to day challenges. Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their life. Some people suffer with seemingly endless fear, worry and intense anxiety. According to research, one in six Canadians is affected by anxiety disorder and on the average, 1 out of 3 young adults had a panic attack in the last year.
Depression can affect relationships, careers, mental processing and quality of life which can trigger daily disappointments that may lead to suicide. Without proper treatment and support, individuals who hide in the dark, drowning, struggling and suffering from depression may ruin their physical, spiritual, psychological, emotional and mental health.
You are not alone. You don’t have to be alone. Let’s talk.
I have a Masters in Psychology degree and am a Registered Psychotherapist with over 5 years of experience. My first exposure in counseling was working with women who were physically and sexually abused. This exposure made me realize that my passion is to help people who are going through challenges in life by providing psychotherapy. I believe in a collaborative, safe, empathetic, warm and non-judgmental approach in building therapeutic relationship with clients. My psychotherapy practice consists of clients who seek support through counseling regarding anxiety, depression, PTSD, women’s issues, career, personal stress, work-related conflict, workplace stress, relationship issues, loss and grief. My intervention approach integrates Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Strengths Based therapy in working with clients in developing resiliency, courage and healthier coping strategies to improve lives.
I believe in you. I believe in your internal strength and resiliency. I believe that trust, honesty and openness are important in building a healthy therapeutic relationship. Together let’s discuss how you can uncover your strengths, restructure your thoughts, behavioral and emotional responses to a healthier and more positive you. You are the focus during every counseling session. The treatment plan will be based on your specific concerns and strength based approach.
I am looking forward to meet you.
|Women’s Issues||Stress from Relocation|
|Career||Cognitive Behavior Therapy|
|Workplace stress||Solution Focused Therapy|
|Work-related conflict||Mindfulness and Strength-Based approach|
|Conflict Resolution||Motivational Interviewing|
|Counselling Couples||Christian Counselling|
Learn more about your consultants, click on a name!
Jose Benvenuto, M.S.W., M.A. RSW
Nadine Bilawski, M.A., CYC
Donna Boulton, M.Sc., C. Psychologist
Katie Bremner, M.ADS, BCBA
Paula Buskard, M.A., RSSW
Laura Campbell, MA, BCBA
Jillian Carnrike M.A., RP
Anita Chard, M.S.W., RSW
Tanya Clemens , M.S.W., R.S.W.
Treena Cook, M.S.W., R.S.W.
Diana Cooper, M.A.
Susan Craig, M.A., RP
Patricia De Courcy-Ireland,M.S.W,RSW
Lyelle Ducoy, M.I.P., RP
Deanna Dulmage, CHRP
Julie Gervais, M.A.
Shara Highgate, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Michelle Holloway, BCBA, MADS
Belinda Holmes. M.S.W, RSW
Tony James, B.A.
Greg Kerr M.Sc., D.C.
Robert Kitcher, M.A., RP
Jared Kitcher, P.Eng
Lily Lee, B.Comm.
Linda Leonard, M.Div., D.Min., RMFT, RP
Shawn Lowe, B.A., R.S.W.
Gail A. Lynch, BPE, HRMC
Tina MacCauley-Gray, M.A.
Alison Maratos, M.S.W., RSW
Jeremy Mills, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Shannon Mossip, M.A. C.Psych.
Eva Mourelatos, M.A.
Mohammad R. Nikkhou, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Virginia Palmer, B.A., RP
Anita Ramani Phd., BCBA-D, C. Psych.
Kristyne Ross, B.A.
Cathy Shurie, MSW, RSW, RSSW
Carl Sordoni, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Alena Tiberia, RSSW
Kim Trudeau-Craig, MSc., RP
Sandra J. Valks, CLU, DTM
Laura Wattie, MSW, RSW