Daniel Spring, MA, RCC

In the face of life’s unexpected challenges, you may be feeling overwhelmed and stuck. My role as your counsellor is to be your guide, meeting you in your present moment, and moving at your pace, giving you practical tools to cope and overcome. Together, we’ll navigate a compassionate, judgment-free space, focusing on regaining control and fostering a healthier, happier life. My goal is to aid you in achieving peace of mind and enhancing your overall quality of life. As a neuropsychology specialist currently leading research in this area and a dedicated registered clinical counsellor (RCC), I have years of experience working with depression, anxiety, addiction, Autism, ADHD/ADD, OCD, and PTSD.

My Therapeutic Approach

My counselling toolbox includes a wide range of therapeutic approaches such as Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Structural Family Therapy, Neurodiversity-Aware Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, and more. This versatility enables me to tailor my approach to the unique needs of each individual. I am passionate about fostering inclusivity and understanding, creating a supportive and empowering environment for individuals on their unique journeys.

My doctoral-level research takes a neurodiversity-sensitive approach to supporting Autistic people with leading their most fulfilling lives. I will be collecting data from action-research based courses and workshops where I support people close to Autistic teens and young adults – as well as Autistic young adults themselves – with exploring healthy relationships. Please check out this website if you’d like to take such a course with me. If you’d like to engage in counselling with me, please contact dan@equimindcounselling.com

 
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  • Accepting New Clients
  • Availability: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Therapy Formats: Virtual Only

Please don’t hesitate to reach out dan@equimindcounselling.com 

Qualifications

  • Registered Clinical Counsellor
  • Interdisciplinary Master of Arts: Counselling, Neurodiversity, Psychology
  • Neurodiversity-Affirming Therapist
  • Bachelor of Education
  • Bachelor of Arts
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