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"The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be."
-Ralph Waldo Emerson


We offer services in the following areas:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma

  • Stress

  • Grief

  • Self-confidence and Self-worth

  • Anger Management

  • Marriage, Couples, and Relationship Counselling

  • Communication Skills

  • Addictions

  • Life Organization

  • And more

We provide individual, adult, and youth counselling.​

We provide sessions both in-person, and online.

Invest In Yourself

All Sessions are 60 minutes in length.

​*We do offer 90 minute EMDR counselling sessions - Please contact your counsellor to discuss if this time length may be appropriate.


Phone Calls. Emails. Reports. Consultations.


Please visit our booking page for our rates or call/email for more information.


We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, personal cheques and               E-transfer

** Please note :C Medical Services (MSP) does not cover the cost of counselling. Check with your insurance company to see if you have extended benefits with your plan and that your counsellors credentials are covered through your plan.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a evidence-based therapeutic approach that focuses on identifying and challenging negative thought patterns, develop coping strategies, and cultivate positive behavioral changes. By addressing the connections between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, CBT helps individuals develop more adaptive coping skills and achieve long-lasting improvements in their mental health and well-being.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic approach most often used in treating trauma. In EMDR, the client re-experiences the traumatic event in a safe place with bilateral stimulation (eye movements) and specific therapies until the event is no longer disturbing. This therapy builds new neurological connections from the emotional centre of the brain (Limbic system) to the outer part of the brain (cortex). EMDR fosters symptom reduction and psychological healing, promoting lasting recovery and well-being. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating present-moment awareness without judgment. Our counsellors guide individuals in mindfulness techniques to enhance self-awareness, manage stress, and promote emotional regulation. By anchoring attention to the present, mindfulness fosters clarity, resilience, and a deeper connection with oneself and the world.


Exposure therapy is a therapeutic technique designed to alleviate anxiety and phobias by gradually exposing individuals to the fear. By facing their fears in a controlled and supportive environment, individuals can learn to manage their emotional and physical reactions, leading to increased confidence and a reduction in anxiety-related symptoms.

Exposure Therapy

Solution-focused therapy is a brief, goal-oriented approach that emphasizes clients' strengths and resources to help them create positive change. Our therapists collaborate with clients to identify solutions rather than dwell on problems, focusing on achievable goals and building on past successes to promote growth and resilience.

Solution Focused Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy delves into unconscious processes and past experiences to understand present behaviors and emotions. Rooted in psychoanalytic principles, it explores how early relationships shape current patterns. Through interpretation and insight, clients gain self-awareness, resolve inner conflicts, and develop healthier coping strategies, fostering long-term psychological healing and growth.




Many people going to counselling for the first time can be anxiety ridden. We strive to make a comfortable safe environment. The first session is focused on discovering what the clients goals are where the client is currently at, and information that is relevant to obtaining the client's goal.

What will happen during the first session?

This depends on the type of difficulty and the goals of the Client. Some issues only require 1-3 sessions, other deeper Issues may require more sessions. The number of sessions is also determined by the motivation of the Client and the adheration of continued work outside of counselling sessions

How many sessions will I need?

Please call for more information:


We accept cash, debit, Visa, Mastercard, personal cheques and e-transter.

All payments are due at the beginning of each counselling session.


Please note BC Medical Services (MSP) does not cover the cost of counselling.


Check with your insurance company to see if you have extended benefits with your plan to make sure that your counsellors credentials are covered through your plan.

What is the cost of counselling?

A few financial sources may be available to you. Your counsellor can advise you on some of the following options:


Check with your extended benefits company to see what is available.

Victims of a crime can seek aid from website:

Victim Services

call VictimLINK



There is funding available if your child has been diagnosed on the Autism spectrum at

Autism Funding Programs


Some employers offer an Employee Assistance Program

Is there any financial assistance available?

Yes it can. Please contact your insurance provider for further details. You can also claim
your fees on your income tax at the end of the year.

Can counselling be reimbursed?

We recommend that you have a short discussion with your child depending upon their age about what a counselling session may be like and what they may experience while visiting our office. We encourage you to discuss any questions or concerns you may have during your first session

What do I tell my child about counselling?

 Depending on the reason for the counselling, some children may need longer therapy sessions than others.

Responding to therapy for circumstances such as trauma abuse or the loss or a relative or friend differs with each child. We strive to ensure that we make every effort In providing the parents and support teams with a complete therapy program.

What is the timeline recommended for counselling for my child?
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