Elke Babicki M.Ed., R.C.C. is a clinician, author and motivational speaker.

Elke Babicki has been a Registered Clinical Counsellor in private practice for over 25 years. Her clinical training includes cognitive restructuring, solution focused short term therapy, EMDR, NLP, Gestalt, marriage and family counselling. Elke is also an intuitive healer who can incorporate spirituality appropriately. She works with individuals, couples, and corporations.

Born and raised in a small town in Bavaria Germany, Elke came to Canada for adventure and to study at U of T. She graduated with an Honours B.A. and a Masters Degree from the University of Toronto. She has led workshops in Europe and Canada designed for medical doctors, educators and mental health professionals. Her experience, insight, and compassion have provided her with an exceptional ability to help thousands realize their true potential in life. For her ongoing and outstanding work in empowering and inspiring women across the globe, she was honored with the Women of Worth Leader of the Year Award, 2011.

WHAT I OFFER

  • Individual Counselling
  • Relationship Counselling
  • Dating Counselling
  • Grief and Loss Counselling
  • Find Your Meaning & Purpose Counselling
  • Short Term, Solution Focused Therapy
  • Anxiety and Stress Management
  • Dream Analysis
  • EMDR for Post-Traumatic Stress
  • Career Advice
Elke Babicki is a spectacularly gifted human being. She is the consumate counsellor with all the best credentials. But her gifts include so much more. Elke Babicki is an advisor and friend to many of us who dream and study about a better human future. Her intuitions are fascinating, her humility deep, her compassion vivid, her creativity immense as a writer and an entrepreneur for goodness. I met Elke Babicki a year ago on May 6, 2008, in Vancouver, when I was giving a talk in a downtown theatre. As we traded books and had a little time to chat, I realized immediately that here is someone with whom I can have a lot of meaningful conversation going forward. This has proven true, and I cherish her wisdom and encouragement in all things good.
— Dr. Stephen Post, Ph.D. Author "Why Good Things Happen to Good People", Director Centre for Medical Humanities, Stony Brook University, New York