Regan Beebe (she/her) is a Certified Canadian Counsellor #10000692 of the CCPA living and working on the traditional, unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh people.
I aim to create a safe, non-judgemental space for support, connection, and healing. I am passionate about inclusive, trauma-informed ways of connecting. I have been on a self-healing journey (with plenty of support) for over a decade, and believe that as we connect to our bodies, our hearts, our communities, and Earth, that we are better able to express our authentic selves with joy, vibrancy, and confidence.
I incorporate my background in yoga and its principals into my practice in addition to mindfulness, nutrition, and self-compassion.
I feel inspired by all of the courageous individuals who come to counselling to learn more about who they are, and what they need. To create a healthier relationship with themselves, and others.
Areas of counselling expertise
- Anxiety and depression
- Nervous system regulation (supporting mood, a feeling of safety, and calm)
- Self-esteem/Self-compassion (building self-trust, boundaries, confidence)
- Mindfulness (yoga, meditation, breath work)
Therapy modalities Regan uses in her counselling practice
Person-Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, and Feminist Therapy. See https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapy-types/ for more information.
Personal qualities / strengths as a counsellor
I am an enthusiastic learner, and a Highly Sensitive Person (Dr. Elaine Aron). I am passionate about caring for the Earth, supporting women, food, and compassion and safety for all beings. Over the past 5+ years I have become increasingly interested in social justice, neurodivergence, energetic and embodiment practices, and Polyvagal Theory (Dr. Stephen Porges).
Education and professional development
- MEd in Counselling (UNBC)
- BA in Psychology (UBCO)
- Natural Nutrition Diploma (CSNN)
- Mindful Self-Compassion Training (Christoper K. Germer, PhD, Kristin Neff, PhD)
- 500 hr Yoga Teacher Training (SOYA)