David de Rosenroll has worked in the field of counseling for thirty-five years. During that time, he has worked with children, youth and adults, though his most recent clinical work has primarily been with adults.
David has also been a teacher for thirty-five years. He began his work as a teacher-counselor, working with at-risk youth. He has also taught and counseled at the college and university level for twenty-five years. For the last fifteen years, he has been an academic coordinator for community-based graduate programs in counseling at the University of Victoria.
In his practice, David works from a body-oriented perspective with people affected by trauma. He has integrated the principles and use of SE, SE touch, and table work. He has an ongoing commitment to working with aboriginal communities and individuals, both in his counselling practice and his teaching.
David's life partner, Linda, is a school counsellor and also an SE Practitioner and an SE training organizer. They have two children, Peter and Natalia. They are also grandparents to Brandon, the love of all of their lives.
Offers Individual Case Consults to SE Students