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Meisha Kolbuc, R. Psych.

Meisha Kolbuc has spent much of the last two decades working with families and individuals to live their best possible lives. Her compassionate and practical approach is focused on understanding the unique needs of each client and supporting them in their journey to wellness. By understanding an individual’s life experiences and their current circumstances, she is able to provide individuals and families with the skills and tools they need to help heal from the past and manage present and future challenges.

When appropriate, Meisha incorporates the family into the journey towards wellness and works with individual and family strengths to support growth and change. Her understanding of the important role families can play in supporting loved ones to heal, helps to resolve personal challenges, and also decreases family conflict and improves family communication. She works to support parents in enhancing their parenting skills and strengthens the bond within families by fostering positive and healthy family dynamics. Through connection, regulation, and understanding the past, Meisha helps clients to focus on what they can change to bring joy to the here and now.

Meisha is a passionate advocate for youth and women’s health, and an ally of the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities. Over the last 20 years she has worked in a variety of settings to support individuals and families in overcoming trauma, addictions, self-injury, anxiety and depression. Since 2012, she has specialized in supporting youth and adults with eating disorders, disordered eating, body image concerns. She is an engaging (and entertaining) presenter who welcomes the opportunity to share knowledge on a variety of topics including eating disorders, improving family functioning, and emotional literacy.

As a Mom of three, partner, sister, daughter and friend to many, Meisha is always striving to live her best life, whether that be through a ride on the motorbike, playing mini-sticks, doing dance braids or reading a good book while enjoying nature – she never sits still for long.

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