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Hi there, I'm Jen and I run Mind Full Elements Counselling where I offer 50-minute individual sessions by methods of in-person or video sessions.

I may not have all the answers but what I do offer is a confidential, non-judgmental, empathetic, safe-space.

In my practice I want to help you achieve solutions in your life shifts, while enjoying the counselling process as much as possible and experiencing elements of yourself in new ways.

My approach is motivated by who you are and what you identify as important.

My therapeutic style includes elements of warmth, acceptance, respect, and I place a high importance on careful listening, empathy, professional ethics, and accountability.

There is no one size fits all in counselling and I believe every person and their situation is unique and their counselling sessions should be as well.

Jennifer Arseneau

Education and Credentials 

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA): Professional Member and Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) # 10006812

Master of Arts In Counselling Psychology | 2021 | Yorkville Univeristy

  • Major: Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology
  • Related Coursework: Practicum Placement with Atlantic Wellness.

Coursework in: Theories of Personality, Counselling Methodologies, Ethical Standards, Cultural Diversity, Counselling for Health & Wellness, Biopsychosocial Approach to Counselling, Behavioural & Cognitive Modalities, Psychodynamic & Humanistic Modalities, Counselling Skills & Competencies, Research Methodology, Group Counselling, Psychological Assessment, Marriage & Family Systems, Cybercounselling, and Crisis & Trauma in Counselling.

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology | 2018 | Crandall University

  • Major: Psychology
  • Minor: Christian Studies
  • Related Coursework: Internship with The Way Counselling Services 

Professional Development

Narcissistic Relationships, Emotional Abuse & Gaslighting: Treating and Empowering Survivors of Relational Trauma.

Demystifying Personality Disorders.

Emotional Abusive Behaviors and A Closer Look at Gaslighting.

Narcissistic and Psychopathic Abuse.

Treating Adult Clients of Emotionally Immature Parents.

CTRI (Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute) 

Jennifer Arseneau

Memberships & Associations:

Professional Member and in good standing with the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).

Member and in good standing with the Psychotherapy Networker (2021). https://catalog.psychotherapynetworker.org/

Member and in good standing with PESI (2021) https://www.pesi.com/

The term Counsellor may apply to a number of occupations so it can sometimes be confusing to know what a counsellor’s qualifications may be. However, a Certificated Canadian Counsellor is a highly qualified mental health professional whose credentials have been evaluated and approved by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).

The CCPA was founded in 1965 and is dedicated to the enhancement of the counselling profession in Canada. The Association’s services include a nationally recognized certification process for professional counsellors that enable them to obtain the trademarked designation of Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC). CCPA is the largest national non-statutory, self-regulatory body for the counselling profession in Canada. They have over 5,500 members across the country who may be working in education, employment and career development, social work, business, industry, mental health, public service agencies, government and private practice.

COVERAGE: Check with your insurance provider about whether or not counselling services are covered by your plan. Often insurers will cover a certain amount of sessions with a Registered Social Worker (RSW), Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), or Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC). 

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGISTERED CLINICAL COUNSELLOR (RCC) AND CANADIAN CERTIFIED COUNSELLOR (CCC): The requirements to become an RCC or a CCC are identical, the only difference being that RCC’s are part of a provincial association, whereas CCC’s are part of a national association. If your plan does not cover the services of a Canadian Certified Counsellor, please let me know and I can advocate for coverage through my professional association. 

Some Insurance plans and policies have stipulated that services provided by Canadian Certified Counsellors are not eligible for reimbursement. As such, if you are planning to submit your receipts for reimbursement to your insurer, I strongly encourage you to contact your insurer ahead of time, before your first session, to confirm that your specific plan covers the services of a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC). 

Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment and in a non-judgemental way.

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Questions can be made by emailing me at mindfullelements@gmail.com or by sending in a message below. Your message will be returned at my earliest convenience.

My goal is to use counselling elements to go from Mind Full to being Mindful. 
These are two distinct headspaces and can affect your quality of life.

When you are Mind Full, you can be devoured by random thoughts, feel stressed, and your attention is clouded. 

We tend to miss vital information which can lead to higher anxiety and depressive symptoms. 

As we become Mindful in our lives, we learn to be present in the moment. We learn to reduce running thoughts and increase clarity, which helps boost memory; all while learning techniques to assist in lowering anxiety and depression.

Setting Clear Boundaries & Expectations

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Social Media Policy
Please read my policy on using social media and how I conduct myself on the Internet as a mental health professional and how you can expect me to respond to various interactions that may occur between us on the Internet. I use social media for the purpose that it is a fantastic tool that helps people get informed and engaged and the following document outlines my policies related to using these means.
If you have any questions about my policy, please be sure to bring them up when we meet and we can talk more about it. Social media is also something that is constantly evolving and there may be times when I may update the policy. If this happens, I will post the policy on my website and inform you of the changes in your session.

Let’s discuss confidentiality!
You are the person that can decide what you want to keep confidential with regards to your sessions with me. As a member of the CCPA and my role as your therapist, I must keep our relationship completely confidential except in cases of where you might harm yourself or others (see my Informed Consent for specifics). Thus, if you post on any of my social media pages, you are opening the chance of people inferring about our relationship or asking you about your connection with me; you get to decide what you tell people. You have a choice as to what you reveal about yourself online, however I will not reveal my connection to you.

How I manage a variety of social media possibilities:
  • Friending:
    I do not accept friend or contact requests from current or former clients on any social networking site (Facebook, Instagram, etc). I believe that adding clients as friends or contacts on these sites can compromise your confidentiality and our individual privacy. It may also muddle the boundaries of our therapeutic relationship. I also do not interact with clients on social networking sites such as Instagram or Facebook. If you need to contact me between sessions, the best way to do so is by phone, or by email.

  • Following:
    I have no expectation that you as a client will want to follow my online presence. In fact, the CCPA Ethics Codes prohibit my soliciting testimonials from clients. As such I make a practice of deleting any comments regarding my services from current or former clients on these platforms.
    You are welcome to use your own discretion in choosing whether to follow me. Please note that I will not follow you back. I mainly follow other health professionals and local businesses on social media, and I do not follow current or former clients on social media platforms. My reasoning is that I believe casual viewing of clients’ online content outside of the counselling hour can create confusion regarding whether it is being done as a part of your treatment or to satisfy my personal curiosity. In addition, viewing your online activities without your consent and without our explicit arrangement towards a specific purpose could potentially have a negative influence on our working relationship. If there are things from your online life that you wish to share with me, please bring them into our sessions where we can view and explore them together, during the counselling hour.

  • Interacting:
    Please do not use messaging on social platforms sites to contact me. Also, please do not use wall postings, @replies, or other means of engaging with me in public online if we have an already established client/therapist relationship. These sites are not secure, and I may not read these messages in a timely fashion. Also, if there were an emergency, I would not be able to respond in a timely manner as I may not check these accounts regularly. The best way to interact with me is by email or phone. If you post on my social media wall’s it may also create the possibility that these exchanges become a part of your legal medical record and will need to be documented and archived in your chart. I will delete any requests regarding your sessions that appear on any of my social media platforms.

  • Use of Search Engines:
    You may have your own social media accounts (Blogs, Facebook/Instagram/Twitter accounts) however, I do not “google” my clients or look up information on them for any reason. It is important to me that I know you, as you are in my online office. If I do come across your information online, you can be assured that I will move on and avoid reading content.
    Extremely rare exceptions may be made during times of crisis. If I have a reason to suspect that you are in danger and you have not been in touch with me via our usual means (coming to appointments, phone, or email) there might be an instance in which using a search engine (to find you, find someone close to you, or to check on your recent status updates) becomes required as part of ensuring your well-being. These are very unusual circumstances and if I ever resort to such means, I will fully document it and discuss it with you when we next meet.

  • Cell Phone Location Services:
    Many individuals use location-based services on their smartphone or tablets to enable friends and acquaintances to follow their itinerary via their mobile phones. Please be aware that use of location-based service on your smart phone may inform friends and acquaintances that you are visiting a counsellor, thus compromising your privacy and confidentiality.

  • Business Review Sites
    You may find my psychology practice on sites and search engines which list businesses. Some of these sites include forums in which users rate their providers and add reviews. Many of these sites comb search engines for business listings and automatically add listings regardless of whether the business has added itself to the site. If you should find my listing on any of these sites, please know that my listing is NOT a request for a testimonial, rating, or endorsement from you as my client.You have a right to express yourself on any site you wish. However, due to confidentiality, I cannot respond to any review on any of these sites whether it is positive or negative. I urge you to take your own privacy as seriously as I take my commitment of confidentiality to you. You should also be aware that if you are using these sites to communicate indirectly with me about your feelings about our work, there is a good possibility that I may never see it.
If we are working together, I hope that you will bring your feelings and reactions to our work directly into the counselling process. This can be an valuable part of therapy, even if you decide we are not a good fit. None of this is meant to keep you from sharing that you are in therapy with me wherever and with whomever you like. Confidentiality means that I cannot tell people that you are my client, and my Ethics Code prohibits me from requesting testimonials. But you are more than welcome to tell anyone you wish that I am your counsellor or how you feel about the treatment I provided to you, in any forum of your deciding. If you do choose to write something on a business review site, I hope you will keep in mind that you may be sharing personally revealing information in a public forum. I urge you to create a fictitious name that is not linked to your regular email address or friend networks for your own privacy and protection.

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