Mary-Ann has counselled since 1990 through her counselling practice, the Truth for Life Counselling Centre. She is past National Director as well as past President of the Manitoba Branch of the Professional Association of Canadian Christian Counsellors (PACCC). She was an approved Supervisor for PACCC as well as for Providence Theological Seminary, Counselling Faculty, and other online universities. She is an approved Referral Therapist for an international Christian organization and for Compensation for Victims of Crime in Manitoba, Manitoba Public Insurance Corp., as well as other EAP organizations, such as Homewood Human Solutions, Arete Human Resources, and Family Guidance FGI. She has 13 years of experience working with Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch as a Mental Health Therapist.
She is also qualified as a CISM Trauma Counsellor. Mary-Ann is a graduate of Providence Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Biblical Counselling. Her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Manitoba. Mary-Ann was Director for Family and Counselling Ministries at Albright Church and Cornerstone Church in Winnipeg. Mary-Ann follows a “holistic” approach to counselling. This involves caring for each person in a way that addresses their emotional, mental, spiritual and physical concerns. If medication or other needs are necessary in order to adequately deal with problems, there is no hesitation to solicit the expertise of other professionals. She counsels couples, families and on a one-on-one basis.
Counselling Related Training (from 1997-present): Covers a wide range of treatments such as: Addiction, Codependency, Indian Residential School Survivors, Theophostic Prayer, Grief, Divorce & Parenting – including For the Sake of the Children (Mb Family Services) & Eating Disorders (H.S.C.). Counsellor Related Teaching (from 1993 to present): Includes: Overall Wellness, Marriage & Family, Stress, Women’s Issues, Codependency & Boundary Issues, Anger Management, Grief and Divorce Recovery and Sexual Abuse Experience in Practice Alcoholism & Drug Addiction, Bereavement & Loss, Crisis Management, Domestic Violence, Marital Issues, Post Traumatic Stress, Sexual Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Eating Disorders, Blended Family Issues, Work Related Problems, Parenting.
Mary-Ann and George have been married since 1975 and have four children, three sons-in-law, a daughter-in-law and five grandchildren.
Dave is a graduate of Providence Theological Seminary. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Biblical Counselling. His undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Manitoba. Dave is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Christian Counsellors (PACCC). He currently also works as a Mental Health Proctor with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Other training Dave has received includes a Counselling I Training Certificate and ASIST Suicide Intervention Training.
Dave has twenty years of experience working in social services. He has supervised and managed group homes and halfway houses. He has also worked as a Residential Care & Treatment Worker, a Community Support & Respite Worker and an Adaptive Skills Treatment Worker. Dave’s goal is that as one becomes more aware of their own real identity, personal growth would be enhanced. This would result in capacity for more intimate, mature relationships at all levels of commitment. Dave works to provide the tools for ongoing growth and development leading to full maturity.
Counselling Related Training Master of Arts in Biblical Counselling – Providence Theological Seminary, 2009 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – University of Manitoba, 1983 Certificate of Basic Theology – Kings College, 1995 Counselling 1 Training Certificate – Trinity Television, 1990 ASSIST Suicide Intervention Training, 2009 Counselling Related Teaching Kids Church Teacher and children’s small group leader Exceptional listening, organization, communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in Practice Twenty years of experience working as a Community Support and Respite Worker, Residential Care & Treatment Worker and Adaptive Skills Treatment Worker.
Peter Makadi believes that feeling exclusive in dealing with mental health issues and life challenges could be overwhelming. He understands that an effective psychotherapist uses a collaborative approach where a counselor and a counselee empathetically walk through the healing path for client’s pains in an atmosphere of respect. Peter provides an inclusive and holistic therapeutic environment where the client’s beliefs, culture, spirituality concerns are integrated into a clinical counseling process.
Dr. Makadi’s counselling and treatment experience range from domestic violence, anger management, marriages issues – pre-marital, divorce, re-marriage, steps to knowing God’s leading in marriage – stress, anxiety, depression, dealing with difficult children, lying, deviant, opposition, addiction, grief, and fear. Makadi is a good listener, very empathetic, non-judgmental, solution focused and sensitive to culture-infused counselling.
Makadi has many years of work experience in the fields of teaching, guidance, mediation, conflict management, crisis management, and counseling. Dr. Makadi has served as a Guidance-Counsellor Chaplain and a senior pastor for several years. He served as a Multicultural Director for three years as well as a sectional lecturer.
He has also worked with different organizations within the social service sectors as a Youth Care Practitioner and an Educational Assistant in elementary and high schools in Manitoba. He had involved in helping families and couples to live in healthy and stable marriage relationships.
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Dr. Peter Makadi is a registered member with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (CPCA), British Columbia, Canada.
Casey Paul, BA., MA.
My areas of focus, for the past 5 years, have been working with children and trauma. My belief is that relational bonds with intimate partners, family and family of choice are very important for our wellbeing and support networks. I encourage reconciliation, empathy and exploration into the family dynamics that have shaped family relationships. These dynamics have the potential to create our deepest hurts in life but also can provide the greatest opportunity for hope, meaning and belonging.
I work from a holistic perspective that connects the mind, body, and soul. I also believe in working from a practical perspective – the goals that are most relevant to you and your unique circumstance. So the therapy offered is for issues such as: PTSD/Trauma, Anxiety/Stress/Burnout, Family Issues, Parenting, Issues in the Workplace/Returning to Work, Relational Issues, Addiction, Reconciliation, Forgiveness, and Depression.
Being passionate about working with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences, I welcome clients from all walks of life, including minorities, LGBTTQ, faith groups. I work hard to cultivate a safe environment for all identities and relationships.
My graduate degree is a Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University. This followed my BA in Conflict Resolution from the University of Winnipeg. I received my internship through TLC, under the supervision of Founder and Lead Psychotherapist, Mary-Ann Roy. I am currently a certified counselor with the Association of Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association.