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Glory Mulera strives to help her clients settle into their authentic selves and experience their full potential. Her therapeutic foundations are in psychodynamic and systemic approaches, with an emphasis on cultural competency. Glory works with individuals, couples, families, and groups who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, identity crises, and/or relational issues. She has years of professional experience as a support worker for adults who have Autism Spectrum Disorder or a mood, psychotic, or personality disorder.
Glory is a registered clinical counsellor in British Columbia. She is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in clinical psychology and she completed her master’s degree in counselling psychology. During her master’s, Glory researched how Black adults who attended predominantly white schools in Canada perceive themselves at their cores. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a minor in secondary education.