What Grant Offers You
Dr. Grant M. Waldman, PhD, Ecopsychologist, CCC #12782
Areas of specialization:
▪ Trauma & Addictions
▪ Indigenous Healing
▪ Men’s Wellness
Have anxiety, depression, addiction, isolation, anger management issues, self-harm, or suicide ideation left you feeling concerned about the quality of your life? Perhaps you’ve struggled to resolve these issues on your own, to no avail? Are you ready to take 100% responsibility for your life and committed to making the necessary changes?
Due to my own inter-generational trauma, I have first-hand understanding of where you are in your life’s journey. I’d like you to know that the act of reaching out for help is a deeply courageous act, especially for men ~ as most of us are conditioned to self-isolate and suffer in silence.
For over ten years, the focus of my therapeutic work has been Men’s Wellness, Trauma & Addictions, and Indigenous Healing. The cornerstone of my work is mindfulness and holistic health. As a highly skilled Ecopsychologist, my approach is grounded in nature-based healing. It is client-centred, strengths-based, and solution-focused. I use active listening skills that will leave you feeling acknowledged, heard, witnessed, and encouraged. Additionally, my trauma-informed approach means you can expect attunement, empathy, and compassion.
As a seasoned practitioner who can offer you hope and healing through your emotional pain, I provide a safe, sacred, virtual space that is resiliency-building. It is important to keep in mind that healing takes as long as it takes. I often like to work on one or two issues at a time to optimize healing. Together, we will arrive at a treatment plan based on your specific, customized needs ~ along with a schedule and budget that work best for you. I'll guide you in moving through desired change by offering you a bevy of insightful tools and strategies. I look forward to supporting you on your healing journey to greater wellness!
Together, healing happens!
Grant M. Waldman, PhD Eco-Psychology Candidate, MA, CCC (12782), CIAS III