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Leah MacInnes Therapy & Consulting

American Association for Marriage

BC Association of Clinical Counsellors

British Columbia College of Social Work


Bachelor of Social Work

generalist social work practice

University of Victoria

Master of Marriage & Family Therapy

generalist social work practice

University of Winnipeg

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Canadian Health Magazine: Rejection hurts [cached]

"We all have a fundamental need to belong and be loved," adds Leah MacInnes, president of the British Columbia Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and a therapist in private practice in Victoria. Research shows that being rejected even by people we've just met can be painful, too.

The degree to which such rebuffs affect a person depends on the individual's level of confidence and self-assurance.
A more vulnerable person may carry attachment wounds from an impaired bond with a caregiver in early childhood or a past adult relationship that set them up to take rejection badly. "If you've never felt securely attached in previous relationships or you've had difficult relationships in the past or numerous rejections, you're going to feel worse and you're going to be more sensitive to rejection," says MacInnes.
Check out these rehabilitative tips from family therapist Leah MacInnes and psychologist Jessica Cameron.
Talk about the rejection with someone you trust, and allow yourself to grieve and to experience the full extent of your emotions, says MacInnes.
Once you've acknowledged the rejection as a permanent loss, recognize that you can move on and have better relationships with other people, says MacInnes.

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Leah MacInnes Therapy & Consulting

Contact: Leah MacInnes, RSW, RCC: (250) 686-6207
Leah MacInnes Therapy & Consulting
Leah MacInnes Therapy & Consulting
Leah MacInnes Therapy & Consulting

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy - British Columbia - Board of Directors [cached]

Leah MacInnis Past President

Contact Leah MacInnes at Island Therapy [cached]


Victoria Counselling Services: Counselling Services in Victoria, British Columbia [cached]

Leah MacInnes - Therapy & Counselling

Save | Add Event | Write a Review Leah MacInnes offers a specialty in marriage and family counselling. She also brings experience in addictions counselling for youths.

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