Sabrina Trobak MACP, RCC, CCC-S

Jodi Kramer BA 

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  • Masters degree in Counselling Psychology

  • Bachelor degree in Education

  • Member in good standing of BCACC & CCPA

  • Nationally certified clinical supervisor

  • Owner, lead therapist, clinical supervisor



  • counsellor for families and individuals

  • 20 years teaching experience

  • behavior specialist

  • learning assistant

  • alternate education

  • vice principal

  • school counsellor

  • clinical counsellor in private practice

  • facilitates workshops and training

  • consultant

  • published author

  • supervisor for counsellors & service providers

  • Extensive training in family violence, abuse, unresolved past experiences/abuse and cultural sensitivity.

About Sabrina

Sabrina grew up in Fort St John and moved away after graduating from high school; she returned to Fort St John in 2010.  Sabrina has completed her masters degree in counselling psychology and has extensive training in family violence using a holistic therapy approach.  Sabrina is a published author of various psychology based papers.

She completed her bachelor degree in education and worked in the public school system for over 20 years.  Sabrina taught in all divisions (elementary, junior high and senior high) and was a learning assistance teacher.  She also taught a variety of other grades and subjects.

Sabrina was also a vice principal as well as a school counsellor.


She has been a counsellor with Trobak Holistic Counselling since she opened the agency in 2010. She has been a Clinical Supervisor since 2012.


  • Bachelor of Arts (psychology)

  • Member in good standing of CPPA



  • counsellor for families and individuals

  • counsellor in a centre for youth

  • experience in the Culture and Cognition lab in the Department of Psychology at U of A

  • Training in family violence, abuse, unresolved past experiences/abuse and cultural sensitivity.

  • Training in holistic model of therapy practiced at Trobak Holistic Counselling.

About Jodi

Jodi grew up in Grande Prairie, Alberta and went to school at the Grande Prairie Regional College and the University of Alberta, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology. Jodi has experience working with youth and families and she worked with at-risk youth in a strength-based learning centre. She helped struggling youth work through mental health concerns. In addition, Jodi volunteered at the Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society where she helped lead a Youth Leadership program which involved therapeutic horses. Youth in this program are taught to become more confident, conscientious, and learn skills such as communication, team work,

coping strategies, leadership skills, and come out with a strong sense of identity and well-being.

She joined us as a counsellor at Trobak Holistic Counselling in September of 2017