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Chris Rensch

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MA Counselling Psychology

Owner, Child & Trauma Therapist

RCC-ACS #13332

Specializing in trauma therapy for children of all ages and adults

Chris is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#13332), approved Clinical Supervisor, and the owner of Treehouse Trauma Centre. He specializes in trauma therapies with a highly client-centred approach. Chris helps young children, teens and adults who’ve experienced trauma or abuse to move beyond their experience to a place of security, certainty and joy.  

A member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, Chris also offers services in German.  

Chris has a lifelong passion for helping kids overcome hardship—from trauma, abuse, anxiety or even the daily stress that comes from living in unprecedented times. Taking a humanistic, person-centred approach, Chris helps children and adults become the best version of themselves. His goal is to give new hope to kids, and their parents, as he helps them on the path to healthy, full relationships. 

Chris earned a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP), a BA (Hons) in Psychology with a minor in Sociology, and a Human Services Certificate from Trinity Western University. He has specialized training in two specific trauma therapies: Lifespan Integration and Observed & Experiential Integration. Driven by a desire to see healing at every stage of life, Chris helps people overcome past trauma and pain and move forward in healthy, full relationships.   

To help children and adults get unstuck and move beyond abuse or trauma, Chris takes a bottom up approach. This client-centred, attachment-informed focus is rooted in the belief that all people have the inner ability to help themselves and to create lasting change.  In adults and older children, Chris uses talk therapy. In the case of acute or intense memories or backgrounds, he offers specific trauma therapies. For young children, he uses play and art in a predominantly child-led approach.  

These approaches help adults and children break out of unhelpful relationship patterns that undermine their inner strength—and equip them to move forward with healthy attachments and firm relationships.

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