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Shauna Streich


Shauna has been working with people for the past 17 years, including co-founding and operating Pathway Rehabilitation, a company focused on the recovery of the individual following an injury or disability in their life. Wanting more ways to help people move through challenging times in their life, Shauna became certified in Applied Positive Psychology through The Flourishing Center in New York City and is presently completing her International Coaching Federation Accreditation. Shauna is a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (www.vracanada.com) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Manitoba.

Shauna has a passion for helping people see the possibility of their own life, no matter what adversity they have faced, knowing that we are the experts of our own lives and we have the capacity for endless growth and change.

Shauna is married with two girls, who have become her greatest teachers. She has been a competitive athlete for most of her life and still enjoys playing as much as possible. She loves being outside, especially in the winter. Her greatest joy in life comes from spending time with family and friends.


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E. Anne Macgregor


(Elizabeth) Anne has provided vocational rehabilitation services to Manitobans since 2007. She is a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (www.vracanada.com) and holds a degree in Human Ecology, Certificates in Rehabilitation Case Management, Career and Employment Coaching, and Motivational Interviewing amongst others. She is passionate about assisting with career exploration, identifying natural gifts and talents and guiding individuals through transition/change. A big part of living well is doing what we love. What would the best version of yourself be doing with your life?

In addition, as a Certified Group Fitness/ Resistance Trainer, she has worked with groups of elementary children, youth and adults to deliver fun, educational and functional workouts and activities. As research has shown, movement directly affects brain chemistry, therefore; movement and physical activity can be used in a powerful way to help regain balance and change emotional state. Move it or lose it!

Moreover, Anne is a northern girl who moved to the “big city” for university and met her hockey loving husband shortly after. She is a Cancer survivor. She is a mother of two young, awesome, energetic, confident girls. She recently completed her first triathlon. In the bush – at the cabin with the family, is still her favorite place to be.


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Winnipeg, Manitoba R3R 3R2
Phone 204.250.3116
Fax 204.417.0721

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Disclaimer – Positive Psychology is the scientific study of optimal human functioning. It aims to discover and promote the factors that allow individuals and communities to thrive” (Dr. Martin Seligman). Coaching encourages individuals to use their own resources and wisdom to move forward. Positive psychology and coaching are not modalities for treating psychological disorders. The individuals associated with The Possibility Centre are not psychologists. If upon assessment or if it is determined later that an individual requires mental health services, they will be advised to consult a licensed mental health professional.