David G. Delf MA
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.