Clinical Social Worker/Therapist
Kealy has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Gerontology from St. Thomas University and a Human Services diploma from the New Brunswick Community College in Saint John. Currently, Kealy is completing her Bachelor of Social Work through the University of Calgary.
Kealy has experience working with people of all ages, from children to older adults. She has worked with people with anxiety, depression, chronic illness, grief/loss, improving self-esteem, and supporting caregivers.
Kealy provides a welcoming, comfortable, and safe place to share your story. All sessions are confidential.
My goal is to create a safe, warm, and supportive environment where you can share your thoughts and feelings without judgment. I believe creating a trusting relationship with my clients is important and I recognize my clients are the experts in their own lives. Therefore I will meet you where you are in your healing journey.
I work from a Strengths-Based and Person-Centred approach. In sessions we will work collaboratively to create goals, coping skills, and strategies to help you navigate life’s challenges. Together we will explore your strengths and use them to empower you to create change, and make a plan to improve your overall well-being.
I recognize the importance of diversity and cultural identity and I will work to understand your beliefs, values, and traditions and how to implement them in to your plan.
"The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. For every challenge encountered, there is opportunity for growth."
Please reach out if you have any questions or to discuss your goals of counselling.
Individual Therapy Session
1 hr | $25
Please contact for a free no obligation 15 minute phone consultation if you have any questions about how therapy can work for you and how we can work together. All voicemail messages are confidential.
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Laura Gatien & Associates Counselling Services
66 Waterloo Street, Suite 123
Saint John, NB
Mental health and physical health are deeply connected. Those living with mental health challenges are at higher risk of experiencing many chronic physical conditions. Conversely, those living with chronic physical health conditions are more likely to experience poor mental health. Taking care of your mental health is a key part of taking care of your overall physical health and wellness. The link between body and mind is powerful.