Stephanie Koroluk, BSW, RSW
Clinical Counsellor/Registered Social Worker
Hey, I’m Stephanie, and I’m happy you are here. I know it can feel hard to reach out; I hope you recognize the strength you have by getting this far. Life can feel heavy at times, and we aren’t intended to carry the weight all on our own.
I am a compassionate, kind, and experienced Registered Social Worker that has worked with a diverse range of people including children, youth, adults, and families. Not only have I worked with a wide range of individuals; I have done so from different positions within the social work community. My varied work experience allows me to practice in a way that considers the big picture, providing me the opportunity to creatively problem solve and offer new ideas. My practice incorporates a range of clinical techniques and strategies, primarily pulling from cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, and a combination of somatic and emotional regulation techniques. I have my Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina, and am currently completing my Master of Social Work through Dalhousie University. I believe that continued education and learning is paramount in ensuring that the services I provide are informed and evidence-based.
My commitment to my clients is to ensure that they feel seen, heard, and validated. My greatest strength may be the ability to easily connect with my clients; my passion, warmth, empathy, and sense of humour help to create a safe and comfortable atmosphere. We will work collaboratively to create sustainable change in your life. This is your journey, and I am here to walk alongside you. I know it can feel scary to take those first steps; change can be difficult and uncomfortable. Through this process, I hope to listen, educate, and create a network of support so that you can become the person most aligned with your true self.
I am deeply aware of the continued impacts of colonialism and residential schools and recognize the impacts of intergenerational trauma. I strive to ensure that my practice is anti-racist and anti-oppressive, and I am committed to continuing my learning in this area.
For those in the 2SLGBTQ+ community – I recognize the barriers that you may face and want to assure you that my office is a safe space for you.
Thank you for considering me as a clinician. Feel free to book an appointment or email if you have any questions. I know from experience that reaching out can feel overwhelming. Come in for an introductory session to see if it is a good fit – I hope I can support you on your journey of wellness and healing.
I work with children, youth, and adults in the following areas:
- Body image
- Personality disorders
- Conflict resolution
- Tel: (306) 382-2391