Vickie Kampe is a Registered Clinical Counsellor. She completed a Bachelors of Arts Degree (Psych. Maj.) with distinction, and a Masters of Education Counselling Psychology Degree at the University of Victoria. She has 15 years experience facilitating therapy groups, counselling individuals and families in the areas of personal growth, addictions, family counselling, domestic violence and depression and anxiety. During the span of her career she has worked in school districts, non-profit organizations, and volunteered on Board of Directors. She currently works part-time as a Mental Health Clinician.
In her work as a therapist, Vickie seeks to empower clients through increasing personal awareness and insight, by helping them identify their own strengths and resources, and establishing new and different skills to cope with life’s issues. Vickie is committed to providing confidential, caring, ethical, services to enhance the well-being of adolescents, parents, families, adults, and seniors.
Vickie practices from a client centered perspective and uses a variety of assessments and strategies to help individuals. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Mindfulness, and EMDR and Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Research and studies prove these treatment modalities are efficient, and cost effective to provide life changing results.
Work Experience & Education
Vickie studied her Bachelor’s Degree in psychology and earned a Master’s of Educational Counselling Psychology at the University of Victoria. She has been working in the helping field for over 15 years. Her career started with work in School District 23 in Kelowna as an Aboriginal Support Worker and the South Okanagan Women in Need Society. She has many years experience doing Family Counselling with Non-Profit Organizations in the Community and has been working as a Mental Health Clinician since 2006.