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Rolando A Hayman, MA

Fort McMurray, AB

Rolando A Hyman is founder and operator of Therapeutic Intervention Psychotherapy Services and XY Spark that is a male support group that promotes healthy masculinity and offers supports for men who struggle with mental health, relationship issues, grief and loss, trauma, anger management, addictions, and self esteem. Rolando is a psychotherapist and author of the book, “Giving yourself permission to grow: Seven solutions for personal development. The book looks at practical ways to practice a balanced lifestyle. He is a motivational speaker and life coach who believes in the values of nurturing four main pillars of survival the mental/psychological, spiritual, social, and physical wellbeing. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in theology at Northern Caribbean University, Master of Arts in Psychotherapy at Wilfrid Laurier University and is currently a doctoral student at California Southern University in the field of clinical psychology. Rolando believes in family empowerment and has a passion to see men become the best version of themselves through seeking to find professional supports.

In addition to the above-mentioned roles Rolando is a husband and father who works fulltime as an employee assistance program counselor where he provides supports for individuals, couples and families who are dealing with mental health and addictions. In his spare time, he likes to go for bike rides, play soccer, barbeque, spend time with his family, write poems and do weekly men empowerment videos and podcasting.

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(587) 847-0476

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