Online Counsellor

Heather Bradley, Psy.D.


experience12 Years of Experience

locationUnited States

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About Heather Bradley

The world has changed in new and unexpected ways. Perhaps in the midst of this you are being called upon for support even more than usual in your life. You want to show up and help others and you are also feeling tired, overwhelmed and even scared and worried yourself. You are needing a place now more than ever to be able to feel supported, helped and understood without having to take care of the person on the other end. If you think you might benefit from a place to get the support you need, in order to keep helping those you care about, I can help.

I help people with anxiety, depression, trauma, and PTSD. I support people in building capacities to take care of themselves, know about their needs and use that to be able to help others. Often our stress, anxiety etc. interferes with successful relationships, professional growth and happiness. Through deep mindful noticing I help people listen skillfully to their thoughts, emotions and bodies and use that to help make lasting change. I use EMDR, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Therapy and Hakomi in my work

My approach is thoughtful, warm, engaged and intuitive. I am committed to helping you develop your strengths, know yourself more fully, access your emotions, and feel a sense of ease and well being in life. I provide a space for individual growth to help you make lasting change in your life. I welcome all people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.


Anxiety, Depression, Trauma / PTSD



Age Group Focus

Adolescents, Adults, Seniors

Treatment Approaches

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), EMDR, Family Systems, Somatic


Addiction, Aging, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, Caregiver Stress, Codependency, Coping Skills, Coping With Medical Issues, Depression, Divorce, Goal Setting, Grief, Introversion, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Transgender, Trauma / PTSD, Women’s Issues

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