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Alisha Stobbe

Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT) 

Registered Clinical Counsellor #12022

Clinical Supervisor 


Counselling Rates: 

$145 individual / 50 min. sessions

$150 couples & families / 50 min. sessions

Supervision Rates: 

$145 individual clinical supervision / 50 min sessions 

$150 dyad clinical supervision / 50 min session (2 therapists)

$300 - 2 hour group supervision (3- 6 therapist participants)

Meet Alisha 

The decision to move towards healthier relationships, increased clarity, and peace takes courage. At least it did for me. My own experience of trauma and healing, deeper connection to self and others, and increased peace and compassion has been profoundly impacted by therapy. This experience has given me a passion for research and understanding the process of change, not only for myself but also for others, leading me to become a therapist and clinical supervisor. 


You might feel stuck in old patterns, in chaos with loved ones, or bogged down by powerful emotions and reactions that you just can not seem to shake. As your therapist I work to empower you to identify and live from your core values instead of in the chaos of coping. My hope and intention is to join with you and your goals for change.


We know from research that memory is not only stored in our brain but also in our bodies. For this reason, I intentionally integrate our mind’s awareness of events and our body memory, in order to truly resolve the deeper, more tender hurts in our lives. When working with children I integrate play therapy, attachment based principles and Gordon Neufeld’s developmental psychology framework. When seeing couples I utilize an Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) approach, and am always integrating Systemic Family Therapy techniques which are heavily influenced by Satir Transformational Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, John Bowlby’s attachment research as well as many trauma focused work such as Bessel Van Der Kold , Pat Ogden, Danel Seigel’s, and more. 

Additionally, sometimes we are stuck in old patterns because of difficult events we have experienced. When working with trauma I am trained to utilize Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and body based integration techniques in the process of healing the mind and the body.

Throughout my education and experience as a therapist and clinical supervisor I have come to really know that change is possible. Our capacity to grow and to heal exists as long as we have breath. For this reason I have chosen the name ‘Experience Change’ for my counselling practice. 


Alisha has five years experience providing clinical supervision and is trained through the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Supervision Course. She has experience providing one-to-one and group supervision of Registered Clinical Counsellors and counselling Intern students as an instructor in University settings through her private practice and professional development packages. 


She works from an experiential, systemic framework, providing counsellors a safe place to process personal impacts, secondary trauma, case conceptualizations, and ethical issues.

If you are looking to add balance into your practice, strengthen specific counselling skills, or process an area that feels stuck, book a consultation conversation with Alisha to determine if working with her will be a good fit in enhancing your experience and growth as a therapist.


One of Alisha’s passions is the practical application of what research tells us about best mental health practices. Research states that one of the most important factors in interpersonal health is the quality of support we have from those around us. Therefore, supporting our communities is the most practical way of stabilizing mental health in individuals.  For this reason, Alisha partners with a wide range of groups that have included:

  • workplace team & professional development

  • Schools: teachers, PAC boards, school counsellors

  • Faith Groups: ministry development, church boards, mental health workshops, parent supports

  • Law Enforcement: RCMP, Justice Institute

  • Front Line Staff: social workers, therapists, foster parents, relief workers, ECE workers, rehabilitation staff, community mental health support groups to facilitate healthy, hopeful and helpful relationships with self and others.


For a list of workshop/professional development topics click here.



Alisha is registered with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors  and holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, with a focus on how change and healing occurs in individuals, couples, and families throughout the lifespan. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Counselling which emphasized the stages of healthy development. Prior to becoming a Therapist, Alisha worked as a Career Development Practitioner-Employment Counsellor in the Vancouver area.

Alisha is dedicated to current research, ongoing training, and clinical supervision – enhancing her ability to facilitate growth and change. 


  • EMDR Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing 

  • Advanced Master’s Program of the Treatment of Trauma: The National Institute for the Clinical
    Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM)

  • Treating Trauma Master’s Series,  (NICABM)

  • Body-Centered, Relational Practices for Healing Trauma - Sharon Stanley 

  • Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Externship – Vancouver Couple & Family Institute 

  • Trauma Incident Reduction Therapy (TIR)  Certificate 

  • Healing Trauma Summit – Peter Levine, Gabor Mate, Mark Epstein, Linda Grahm

  • Working with Depression –  Satir Institute of the Pacific

  • Transformational Systemic Therapy (Levels 1 & 2) – Satir Institute of the Pacific

  • Clinical Supervision – American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Course

  • Connect Parent Group – Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre & SFU

  • Making Sense of Kids, Level 1 – Neufeld Institute

  • Making Sense of Anxiety –  Neufeld Institute

  • Making Sense of Aggression –  Neufeld Institute

  • Adolescence and Sexuality – Neufeld Institute

  • The Hyper-sensitiy child – Dr. Gordon Neufeld 

  • Media Literacy & Youth Engagement

  • When Love Hurts, Domestic Violence Basics

  • Healing from Trauma –  Satir Institute of the Pacific

  • Suicide Prevention & Treatment – BCACC

  • Career Development Practitioner Certificate

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