Ari Grobler is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with BC Association of Clinical Counsellors with more than 16 years experience working with Vulnerable Communities and in Human Services. Through her career, Ari has worked in corrections, in schools (students with special needs; English as a second language students; Elementary School Mental Health Therapist with students from kindergarten to grade six), in addictions, with Military families and Veterans, and with Immigrants in cultural settings. She also worked extensively with children and young adults with various special needs and abilities in developing Life Skills, identifying, and working towards goals, and facilitating community inclusion.
Ari is well-travelled and has lived/worked in Canada (Alberta, NWT, Yukon, BC, SK, MB) and abroad in the Middle-East, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Collectively Ari gained valuable experiences interacting with Caucasians, Muslims, Newcomers, Refugees and First Nation populations.
Ari has great skills in working with children aged 5 to 13 years, teens, adults, and seniors.
She is currently accepting new clients and sees clients by online appointments and she is available for both Alberta and British Columbia residents.