Julie Kettle

Master of Marriage & Family Therapy (MMFT)

Associate Therapist, (she/her)

registered with Manitoba blue cross
covered by other plans including UMSU StudentCare

Areas of Focus: couples & family therapy, relationship conflict, life transitions, parenting/co-parenting through changing family structure, difficult emotions including anger, shame, depression & anxiety, grief and loss.

Primary Therapeutic Modalities: systemic therapy, narrative therapy, anti-oppressive lens.

Julie Kettle, Marriage & Family Therapist
Julie Kettle (she/her) is a relational and individual therapist. Emphasizing self-awareness through narrative and strengths-based approaches, Julie believes in finding good ways to live, heal and grow together. Julie has extensive experience working with diverse clients on topics of anxiety, depression, relational conflict and disconnection, trauma recovery, life transitions, family dynamics, addiction, grief and loss, anger, shame, and identity. Whatever your well-being and personal/relational goals are, Julie facilitates a safe, collaborative, and empowering process. 

Julie holds a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Winnipeg, has over five years of training and supervision, and is a member of the Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. She also has over 10 years of experience working for various helping-based non-profit organizations. As part of Julie’s ongoing personal and professional development, Julie works with a certified therapist-supervisor and regularly participates in therapeutic training opportunities. 

Julie is an able-bodied, white, settler, straight, cis woman. The land on which she lives rightfully belongs to the Anishinabeeg, Cree, Dakota, Dene and Oji-Cree peoples, and is the homeland of the Métis Nation. Individual, communal and systemic reconciliation is an incredibly important component of therapist work, and includes acknowledgement of harm and oppression, advocacy, and developing cross-cultural competency. Julie is experienced working with LGBTTQIA2S+ individuals and couples, and is committed to her own learning and growth as an allied therapist. 

Julie lives in the West End with her partner and kitty (Fannycat). 

Availability

(for In-Person & Online, unless otherwise specified)

Tuesdays 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM