Kaitlyn Hillier Counselling and Psychotherapy Services
Welcome to my webpage! My name is Kaitlyn Hillier and I am a Canadian Certified Counsellor, a Registered Psychotherapist, a Ph.D. student in General Psychology, and a woman on a mission! It is my goal to help people to find and acknowledge their true selves, accept their flaws, and become Flawsome 🙂 There is no one normal, there is our normal – and that will be different for each and every one of us. To quote Morticia Addams, “normal is an illusion; what’s normal to the spider is chaos to the fly”. I hope to be a guiding light in that process of self-discovery and embracing our own normals.
I love to aid in demystifying the therapeutic process, so please e-mail or call me with any questions. Therapy can assist you in many ways, and I think we all have things happen in our life that we may not be equipped to process on our own. Remember, you are not alone!
“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” -Carl Jung
Did you know?
- 70% of mental health problems have their onset during childhood or adolescence. Government of Canada (2006). The human face of mental health and mental illness in Canada. Ottawa: Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada.
- There is a relationship between mental and physical health. People with a long-term medical conditions like chronic pain are more likely to experience mood disorders. However, persons with mood disorders are at much higher risk of developing long-term medical conditions. Patten et al. (2005). Long-term medical conditions and major depression: strength of association for specific conditions in the general population. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 50: 195-202.
Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. – Carl Jung
- In any year, 20% or 1 in 5 Canadians experience a mental health or addiction problem. Smetanin et al. (2011). The life and economic impact of major mental illnesses in Canada: 2011-2041. Prepared for the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Toronto: RiskAnalytica.
- By the age of 40, 50% of Canadians either have, or have had in the past, a mental illness. Smetanin et al. (2011). The life and economic impact of major mental illnesses in Canada: 2011-2041. Prepared for the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Toronto: RiskAnalytica.
*********IF you are ever in crisis, please be sure to either call 911 if it’s an emergency, or go to your nearest emergency room. You can also call the mental health helpline at 1-866-531-2600*************