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In the Media | 07.29.19

Vancouver Graduate Shares Holistic Approach for Therapy Practice

Vancouver Campus graduate Meredith MacKenzie, founder of Parallel Wellness, received her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology and focuses on individual, couple, and family therapy.

“Parallel Wellness is the passionate creation of a team of holistically-minded, counselling therapists. We share the perspective that all clients have the ability to live healthy and fulfilling lives, but sometimes need the help of a professional to realize their true potential.” MacKenzie said. “Everyone deserves to have happy and healthy relationships with themselves and the important people in their lives.”

Parallel Wellness recently made its debut on Google “My Business” Maps, making the practice as well as its many reviews more accessible to the public.

Read more about the Parallel Wellness team in the Street Insider story, “Burnaby Counselling Centre Launches Google Map Listing.”

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