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Camillia Manchur MCP-AT, CCC, BCATR

Cammi is a Psychotherapist and Art Therapist working in Canada. Cammi began her career in so called “Vancouver” (the unceded traditional territories of the x?m??k??y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish), and s?lilw?ta? (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations), and has since moved back to so called “Edmonton” (Amiskwacîwâskahikan, located on Treaty 6 territory) where she meets with clients online.

Cammi’s desire is to help others recognize and heal their conscious and unconscious wounds, and to find meaning in what can often feel like a meaningless world.

In addition to her work as a therapist, Cammi enjoyed creating art and has recently delved into the world of writing and illustrating children’s books. Cammi’s work is most influenced by Carl G. Jung, Thomas Moore, Daryl Sharp, and James Hollis.

Dream exploration and connection are important elements of my therapeutic practice, both with clients and with myself. I discovered the power of dream exploration through my own experience with Jungian analysis. I knew that dream exploration and depth work were important from my own experience, and I wanted to find a way to make that journey more accessible.

Through my education and experience with Art Therapy I realized that art, in all its forms, is what helps make the journey more accessible. Through verbal discussion, dream exploration, and art-making I am able to help clients connect to themselves, to others, and to their world in a way that fosters curiosity and self-empowerment.

I am a Certified Psychotherapist and Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, A Gottman level 2 trained couples therapist, and Registered Art Therapist with the British Columbia Art Therapy Association.

I believe it is my calling to respectfully hold the stories of clients and to help them connect with themselves on a deeper and more creative level in order to live a more meaningful and joyful life.”

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