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Bronwyn Excell Therapist

Bronwyn Excell (She, Her)

Therapist- in person & virtual sessions


I approach our time together as an opportunity to co-create a detailed map of your unique experiences and accompanying beliefs. This process allows us to clarify current and future desires, identify strengths and opportunities for wellbeing, and enhance skills. To make the most of our sessions, it is important we develop a relationship based on mutual trust and openness. I seek to provide clients a safe space to express their unfiltered self and receive acceptance. I see my role in our relationship as one of a partner, seeking to join you in your journey towards living a more satisfying life and offering tools to help along the way.


We often find ourselves in need of support during periods of life transition or unforeseen circumstances – whether that be embarking on a second career, retirement, shifting parental roles, marriage, divorce/separation, becoming a caregiver, loss of a loved one or our imagined future, relocation, or times of unanticipated stress and crisis. When facing hardship, we may discover our usual means of coping and skills are ineffective. In such cases, we can benefit from unbiased alternative perspectives and new tools to better manage our present needs.  


Should this speak to your experience, I encourage you to call our office and schedule an appointment so we can continue the process of growth together.   


Individuals (18+):

  • Life Transitions – embarking on a second career, shifts in role as parent through the lifespan, becoming a caregiver, loss of a loved one, relocation / immigration / repatriation, adult third culture kids (ATCKs)

  • Social/Relational Challenges – building and maintaining healthy relationships

  • Emotional Regulation Challenges – maintaining balance in emotional states

  • Behavioral and Mood Changes – onset of depression, anxiety, stress, panic, social withdrawal, isolation

  • Addiction – ongoing recovery support


Couples & Families:

  • Ineffective communication 

  • Loss of intimacy and desire

  • Difficulty with emotional expression

  • Marriage preparation

  • Parenting concerns

  • Navigating shifting roles / relationships

  • Impact of relocation / immigration / repatriation (including TCKs/ATCKs)

  • Financial distress

  • Process of separation and divorce

  • Impact of addiction and ongoing recovery support


Modalities: Client-centered approach integrating elements of emotion focused therapy (EFT), internal family systems therapy (IFS), schema therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), solutions focused therapy (SFT), strengths-based therapy, attachment theory, Gottman method, family systems, and existential therapy.


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