kelowna MUSIC CENTRE
DEMOGRAPHIC: Children, Youth, Adults, Couples, Group Therapy, Seniors
SPECIALTIES: Anxiety, Depression, Music Integrated Therapy, Play Therapy, Self Esteem, Life Transitions, Trauma, Mindfulness Based Techniques
AVAILABLE IN PERSON
Many of us feel stuck in our daily lives, not knowing exactly how to get the progress that we want. Depression, anxiety, and trauma can hold us back from where we deserve to be and can negatively affect our well-being and relationships. No two people are the same and it is my goal to help you recognize your own unique strengths, integrating a case-specific approach to create your unique therapy plan. I am here to offer mental health support in a non-judgemental, friendly, and compassionate space.
I am currently a student member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and have completed my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology through UBCO. As I complete my practicum for my Masters in Counselling Psychology I will be guided by an accredited supervisor..
One form of therapy that I offer is one that is music-integrated, using a brief singing lesson at the beginning of the session. This can be helpful with those who are seeking to modulate their autonomic nervous system, reduce anxiety, depression, and stress, while building skills that will encourage mindfulness, self-confidence, and competency.
Some Specific Types of Therapy I Offer:
-Child and Youth Counselling
-Virtual as well as In-Person
Some of the areas I can support you with include:
-Depression -Building self-confidence, self-esteem, and sense of self
-Health and wellness
DEMOGRAPHIC: Toddlers, Children, Youth, Young Adults
Specialties: Offers piano and vocal lessons virtually
AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY
Liana Savard, B.Mus, M.Mus, ARCT
Liana’s love for music has paved a path from childhood to a rewarding career in which she is able to share her love for music as a choral director, music educator, and performer.
Upon graduating with a Bachelors of Music degree in Jazz Studies in the Education Stream from North Vancouver’s Capilano College in 2000, she went on to obtain her Masters of Music degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Alberta in 2002, and followed by certifying with an ARCT in Piano Pedagogy from the Royal Conservatory of Music in 2004.
She notably founded and directed the University of Alberta vocal jazz ensemble: Happnin’ and taught Aural Skills in the Music Department at the University of Alberta (2000-2005).
Since 2005, Liana is the Artistic Director of the Vancouver Orpheus Male Voice Choir, teaches Aural Skills classes, and provides piano and voice lessons for the Langley Community Music School. Most recently, Liana is thrilled to bring her expertise to Crossroads Collective as a music supervisor and instructor. She is keen to learn and grow with them on their exciting endeavors.
We are here to support you along your journey.
We are now accepting virtual appointments as well as in-person appointments.
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