Jackie

Chung

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
he/him
PRACTICE FULL
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Jackie is here to support you with major life transitions, faith and spirituality concerns, and cross-cultural challenges.

Jackie is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying) who has over seven years of experience working with students and young adults in clinical, community mental health, and church ministry settings. 

Jackie specializes in supporting people with major life transitions. Jackie has journeyed with many people who face issues related to faith and spirituality, and has extensive experience supporting people with cross-cultural and intergenerational issues.

Jackie believes that positive and lasting outcomes begin with a strong therapeutic relationship based on trust, empathy, acceptance, and safety. Jackie uses evidence-based practices to equip you to face the hurdles in your way. Specifically, Jackie draws from modalities such as cognitive behavioural therapy, solution-focused therapy, emotionally-focused therapy, and internal family systems therapy.

Jackie approaches each person with empathy and non-judgmental curiosity. Jackie doesn’t assume to be an expert but creates a safe space where you can share your story, your strengths, and your struggles without fear of judgment. As a devout Christian, Jackie’s therapeutic approach is inspired by the love and compassion that Christ demonstrated to the world. He looks forward to walking with you in your therapy journey. 

Right for you if:

You're experiencing a major life transition, and would like support navigating it.
You're dealing with issues related to faith and spirituality.
You need support navigating cross-cultural challenges.
You are looking for an emotion-focused therapist.

More about

Jackie

Master of Divinity in Clinical Counselling, Tyndale University (2022)

Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting, Ryerson University (2017)

Emotionally-Focused Therapy Training – Levels I & II  (ICEEFT)

Internal Family Systems: Applications in Coaching (IFS Institute)

Focusing – Level I (Tyndale University)

College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

Q&A

What does good mental health look like to you?
Knowing who you are and living as who you are.
What do you do to take care of your own mental health?
Consistent physical exercise for all-around well-being, regular engagement with the Bible for spiritual support, and set times arranged for quality time with friends and family.
What is a motto or idea that gives you reassurance when you’re having a difficult time?
Trust the process.

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