Martin Rovers, Ph.D.
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Office Hours + Location
Online Counselling Only
- Supervising Psychologist
- Workshop Presenter
- Ontario College of Psychologists
- Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT)
- Canadian Psychological Association
There are two reasons why people come into counselling: enough love for self and others to go to therapy to make themselves better or too much pain in life. Personal learning and growth are courageous acts of people who want to become better people, better partners and and better parents. Growth in counselling requires both a deep knowledge of the human sciences and lots of practice of the required skills: Seize the day!!!!
Education + Training
- Ph.D., Counselling Psychology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 1995
- Masters of Science, Pastoral Counselling, Loyola College, Baltimore, 1991B.A.,
- Theology, St. Paul University, Ottawa, 1976B.A.,
- Sociology and Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa, 1971
Healing the Wounds in Couple Relationships
Martin Rovers wrote that this book is “for people who want to love and be loved; who want to know where love comes from; how love works; how love can live or die; and, especially, how to live a fuller loving life with a partner.
Two people seeking to build a life together face a host of challenges and difficulties. Couples may not know how to handle inevitable tensions and conflicts with one another. There is less and less support