Meet our B&A Family
Here at Brazzoni & Associates our focus is providing you and your family with the best service in the Prince George area, we pride ourselves in only employing the best clinicians and staff to make sure you have a great experience with us every time.
Seth has been a registered counsellor since 1995. He has experience as a school teacher, school counsellor, and behaviour specialist for elementary school children. Over the years he has worked with a variety of Employee Assistance programs, both part time and full time.
Seth favors a mix of solution-focused and narrative counselling approaches. He assists clients to clarify and coordinate their thought, emotions and actions.
jeff goodrich (MED, CCC)
Jeff has lived in Prince George for most of his life. He holds a Master of Education,(counselling specialization) from UNBC. Jeff also holds a BA from TWU (English, Phys. Ed.) and is a certified teacher. He has taught high school in School Dist. #57 for over 20 years. He is a member of The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, CCC ID# 100031822. Jeff has experience working with individuals, couples, and groups.
In collaboration with clients, Jeff's counselling strategies focus on solution-focused, emotion-focused therapy, motivational change, mindfulness, and narrative therapy. He is a firm believer in the power of a growth mindset and the possibility of change.
Jeff has a lifelong relationship with exercise and sport. As an athlete and a coach, he has developed a keen interest in what motivates individuals and groups to reach their potential. He is also convinced that healthy bodies lead to fostering healthy minds and hearts.
He and his wife of 29 years have 3 adult children. He loves running, reading . . . and learning.
Ambre received her Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from UNBC in 2015 and is completing a Masters Level Certificate in Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health in June 2019. The majority of her practical knowledge and experience is from working with children, youth and their families. She worked with AIMHI in group homes and client care for 12 years, School District #57 for 7 years, specializing in supporting high risk youth and families and Northern Health as a clinician in the Adolescent Psych Assessment Unit. She has a strong background in trauma informed practice and is a strong believer in bio, psycho, social, and spiritual healing: “as living entities, we are intertwined within ourselves and our outside environment; we need balance in all aspects to achieve true wellness.” Her personal passions are her family and animals, nature and physical fitness.
She is a certified group fitness and personal training instructor, is registered with BC College of Social Workers and Canadian Association of Social Workers. These outside work interests keep her grounded and positively influence her professional outlooks and approach to therapy: “understanding and imploring my clients to explore and build healthy connections based on their strengths and passions to positively influence their lives the same way”.
Kristi has worked in the field of mental health for nearly 20 years. Kristi completed her Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia and her Masters’ of Education (Counselling) from the University of Northern British Columbia. She has a diverse background working with children, youth and adults and is committed to supporting individuals as they navigate life’s challenges. Kristi is currently the lead facilitator for the Aftercare program and the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for those dealing with addiction issues. She has a broad range of clinical experience working with individuals and groups across the life span in the following areas: Depression, Anxiety, Self Esteem Issues, Grief/Loss, Trauma Crisis Intervention, Addictions, Family & Relationship Issues, Suicide risk assessment and harm reduction.
Kristi’s therapeutic approach is client centered and she incorporates a variety of modalities such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), narrative therapy and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy). Areas of emphasis include youth & adults dealing with depression, anxiety, grief/loss & addiction.
Our Office Manager, Shelley is available to answer incoming calls Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 3:30pm. She would be pleased to assist you to obtain further information and to answer your questions. She will take the time to match you with a counsellor based on your individual needs and the counsellor’s therapeutic background and availability. Shelley has worked for Brazzoni & Associates for 10 years and has an extensive background working as an office manager in mental health settings.
Denise received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Victoria in 2005 and is a Registered Social Worker. She also completed a Master’s level Certificate in Complex Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse Intervention in 2019.
training in CBT, Solution focused therapy, Art and play therapy, Somatic and mindfulness therapy. She is also a SoyaYTT 500 hour yoga teacher.
Denise has 15 years experience working in the mental health field with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, addictions, trauma, sexual abuse, anger and stress management and couples counselling.
Denise believes in a strength based approach that is holistic, eclectic and guided by the individual needs of the client.
My name is Angela Bouet. I hold a Mater’s degree from Thompson Rivers University educational psychology. I have a specialisation in High school Counselling and guided imagery for anxiety reduction. I have experience working with First Nations children and families. I have doctoral level research and intervention psychology, with specialisation in Mindfulness. I have recently completed the play therapy-level 1 certificate. I enjoy sports, arts, and poetry reading