MSc, MOCC, RCC
Panida has worked with children, youth, adults, couples, and families who face a range of mental health and relationship concerns such as anxiety, depression, traumas, dissociation, family/marital/couples conflict, workplace conflict, life transitions, self-esteem, identity, problematic eating behaviours, grief and loss, and spiritual development.
She takes on a strength-based and culturally sensitive approach to help clients understand challenges presented, explore the underlying issues, develop new skills and capacities, support them through changing and healing processes, and facilitate growth. It is empowering each unique therapeutic journey by finding and focusing on clients inner strengths and reconnecting with their authentic selves.
Panida is interested in issues arising from childhood trauma, relational trauma, and unresolved grief. Trauma can be difficult to recognize because it can manifest differently for each client ranging from mental, emotional, physical, behavioural, to relational reactions to trauma. It often goes hand-in-hand with relationship issues and other mental health issues such as anxiety and depression as well as physical health problems. Panida helps her clients with addressing the comprehensive impact of unresolved trauma and grief on their lives. She collaboratively works with her clients in a safe, trauma-informed and creative non-intrusive way to promote improved holistic health.