Energy Psychology techniques have grown in popularity over the last decade because they are scientifically proven to work in quickly removing emotional blocks and negative emotions without any negative side effects. These techniques enhance the benefits of talk therapy by going beyond gaining insight and problem-solving. Clients walk away from a session with a technique that they can use on their own to clear negative feelings and gain perspective on a life challenge. Bob has been trained in Emotional Freedom Technique, Neuro Emotional Technique(NET), Psych K, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing(EMDR) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming(NLP). Feel free to ask him about these techniques and how they might help you overcome your challenges. Bob Finlay has a Master’s Degree in Psychology and is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Registered Clinical Counsellor. He has over 47 years of experience as a therapist. He is also registered as a family mediator with Mediate BC, assisting families and couples for the last 25 years to resolve conflicts related to separation and divorce issues. Recently, a new Association and Roster of Parenting Coordinators was established in BC to assist high conflict families that have experienced separation and divorce.
Bob is a qualified Parenting Coordinator with the Roster and also is a member of the Executive of the Association. Bob has also been assisting high conflict separated families in his role as a custody and access evaluator, writing reports for the Court and providing recommendations on parenting plans. He is also a qualified mediator with Mediate BC, Child Protection Mediator Roster, assisting parents and staff of the Ministry of Child and Family Development for the last 6 years, to resolve conflicts arising from the removal of a child from the parent’s care. As an Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Practitioner, Bob helps parties resolve their differences without them having to resort to a more confrontational adjudicative process. ADR is a non-adversarial way of resolving disputes that are increasingly being used in public and private sectors, including the Canadian Human Rights Commission and the National Aboriginal Initiative. A similar approach to dispute resolutions is used by Collaborative Divorce Vancouver and by the Collaborative Law Group. Bob is a member of both. Bob also mediates workplace conflicts and has extensive experience in assisting workplaces with “people issues.”
To find out more about him, send him an email or check out his video linked below.