Craig aspires to work collaboratively with individuals in addressing aspects of their life that contribute to well-being. His goal is to assist people in identifying the necessary tools, strategies and resources to overcome emotional distress, while moving toward greater self-awareness and personal growth. Craig’s theoretical approaches include cognitive behavioural therapy, experiential therapies, mindfulness, narrative therapy and interpersonal therapies that focus on relationships, life transitions, and improving communication with others.
He completed an undergraduate degree in Drama/Education at the University of Lethbridge, and worked in the social services sector with individuals who had spectrum disorders. He received his Master’s of Education in Counselling Psychology at UBC with an extra focus in Vocational Rehabilitation addressing the psychosocial and vocational impact of mental health, pain related disabilities and illnesses. Most recently, Craig has been working in the Lower Mainland supporting foster youth on their journey to self-sufficiency by addressing their need for supported housing, job training, essential life skills, and counselling. Craig is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with BCACC, and a member of the BC Post-Secondary Counselors Association.