Sieg Hiebert
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Sieg Hiebert

Adjunct Professor, Counselling

Education
B.A. (With Distinction) University of Alberta, 1967
M.Sc. University of Calgary, 1970
Ph.D. University of Calgary, 1973

Contact Information

Teaching Fields

Counselling
Counselling Psychology Courses

Professional Experience

Present: Providence Theological Seminary, Adjunct Faculty
1984 - 1994: Providence Theological Seminary, Adjunct Faculty
1976 - 2011: Eden Mental Health Centre, Winkler Manitoba, Clinical Psychologist
1970, 1973-1976: Alberta Hospital, Ponoka, Clinical Psychologist

Professional Associations

Psychological Association of Manitoba (PAM) - from February 1979
Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology - from 1986
Manitoba Psychological Society
Professional Association of Canadian Christian Counsellors - Certified Supervisor

Personal

Married to Elvira from 1967 to the present. We have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. Hobbies include swimming, cycling and spending time with wife and family.


Diversity

The Providence faculty exhibit a diversity of theological backgrounds, including Anglican, Baptist, Mennonite, Pentecostal, Free Church, and others.

The goal of a Providence education is to enable students to understand and support their own traditions better. We offer opportunity for each student to understand their own denominational distinctives in relation to Christians of other backgrounds.



 
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