Margo Lee Burton R.S.W., M.S.W., B.Ed., C.Y.T
Registered Social Worker/Psychotherapist
Margo’s path in life has been one of healing, following her heart and being in service to others. Learning and growing through addiction, depression, anxiety and burn-out, Margo has transformed her own life and herself. She considers herself a student for life and a teacher, guide, mentor and therapist.
Margo’s Masters in Social Work in the Indigenous Field of Study is supplemented by numerous years working with Indigenous Peoples providing teaching, counselling and community. Supporting individuals with addiction, self-care issues, family trauma, and identity questioning.
She also has certification in Transpersonal Psychotherapy and certification in teaching yoga and meditation.
Margo’s involvement with education ranges from being a director, teacher, and workshop facilitator and most recently as school social worker and a staff wellness coordinator where she had the opportunity to work with families, children and adolescents in the area of digital media use and self-regulation.
Her therapeutic approach combines spiritual contemplative tools, interwoven with powerful transpersonal therapy, graced with Indigenous approaches to healing and held together with her heart, intuition, and energy medicine gifts. Specific modalities often used are Jungian symbolism, Gestalt work, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Meditation, Dream Work, Emotional Freedom Technique. Location: North Vancouver