Dr. Tricia Teneycke, PsyD
I work with adults who experience depression, anxiety, social anxiety, introversion in an extrovert preferred culture, challenges with being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), urges and thoughts that are hard to control, difficulties communicating, and struggles navigating changes in their lives. Some of these experiences may be influenced by personal, intergenerational, or cultural experiences of trauma, which is a primary focus of my work. I believe that counseling is not just about addressing problems but it is an opportunity to bring more joy, creativity, and a greater sense of wellbeing to life.
Education & Experience
BA Honours Psychology, University of Regina (1998) MA Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Art Therapy, Antioch University (2001) PsyD, Doctorate of Psychology, Antioch University (2012) Level 1 Internal Family Systems (IFS) Previous work settings: in-patient psychiatric hospital, community out-patient clinics, university counseling clinic, eating disorder clinic, medical practice, private practice Over 10 years of teaching at the graduate level. Supervision of students and early career counselors, art therapists, and psychologists.
Professional & Volunteer Affiliations
Member of the American Psychological Association and the Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing International Association.
- ADD/ADHD/Disruptive Behavior Disorders
- Anxiety/Panic Attacks
- Chronic Illness/Medical Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Mood Disorders
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sexual Abuse
- Somatic Issues
- Stress Management
- Survivor's Guilt
- Traumatic Incident
- BlueCross BlueShield
- Kaiser Permanente
Regence, Lifewise, Premera, First Choice