Lee (Elicia) Andrus
Lee is a Counseling Therapist with ACTA (Association of Counseling Therapy of Alberta) and Palliative Care Chaplain. She has recently opened her own counseling practice called White Stone Counseling Services and works part-time as a Chaplain at the Grey Nun’s Community Hospital in Edmonton.
She has worked as a pastor, addictions and crisis counselor, family law mediator, conference speaker and group facilitator for over 30 years. She has worked with people of all age groups and cultures in a wide range of challenges. She specializes in grief and loss, crisis intervention, and mental health. She has a Masters in Theological Studies, holds two Bachelor Degrees; one in Psychology and the other in Biblical Studies. She also has a Diploma in Addictions Counseling.
Basically, you could boil Lee down to a person who likes to listen to others and is comfortable in uncomfortable circumstances. Outside of work, Lee finds contentment within her walk with God, her husband and her family. She has three adult children and five grandchildren. She is refreshed by spending time in the garden, sitting in front of a good fire, being quiet or walking and biking. Lee is a person who embraces life and enjoys expressing each phase of life through exploration and ritual.
Supporting Edmonton and Northern Alberta Communities.
Chaplain and member with Canadian Association for Spiritual Care
The Grief Recovery Method
Certified Canadian Mental Health First Aid Instructor
Graduate of Sacred Art of Living and Dying
Graduate of Contemplative End of Life Doula Course (Institute of Traditional Medicine)