Clinical Counsellors & Trauma Therapists
As Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC) and members of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC), we offer confidential and professional counselling in Downtown Vancouver and online. We can help you address a variety of mental health concerns.
Depression can have a significant impact on your life and the people around you. The persistent feeling of sadness and worthlessness while losing the motivation to do meaningful activities can be very disruptive. Together, we focus on what is important to you and help you cope more effectively with life’s challenges. We can help you deal with your challenges and assist you in making meaningful and lasting changes. Different people will experience depression in different ways, however, the most common symptoms include:
Psychological trauma may set in after experiencing or witnessing a distressing or life-threatening event. It may have been a one-time event like an accident or disaster, or it may have been an ongoing occurrence such as childhood abuse or domestic violence. Whatever your experience may be, we can help. Our effective and thoughtful approach ensures that you feel safe and comfortable while working at your own pace. Our work together will give you more confidence and a greater sense of balance and control in your life.
As registered service providers with the BC Ministry of Justice - Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP) We can assist victims, their immediate family members, and witnesses to deal with the effects of violent crime. We can also help you apply for CVAP funding.
As registered service providers for the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), we provide culturally safe and trauma-informed emotional and mental health services to Indigenous people in BC. We are approved mental health service providers for the health benefits programs:
Mental Wellness and Counselling Program
Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Program (IRS-RHSP)
The Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls (MMIWG) Program.
Call 1-855-550-5454 or visit fnha.ca/benefits to check if you are registered and if the service is eligible for coverage. We can also assist you in registering for benefits.
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Regardless of how you identify, we strive to create a safe and comfortable space for you to explore your concerns. With our education, training and personal lived experience, we are skilled and knowledgeable in supporting the LGBTQ+ community. Concerns such as sexuality, relationships, gender identity, gender affirming care and more are all topics we can address together in session.
Our office is conveniently located in Downtown Vancouver within a short walking distance to the SeaBus, Waterfront Station, Skytrain and Canada Line. Street parking, parking
lots, and bike racks are conveniently located nearby. We offer flexible appointment times in the evenings, weekends and late nights to work around your schedule.
Our office is safe, calm, inviting, and designed to provide you with an environment conducive to personal growth and change.
Don’t have the time to get to our office? Live too far away? Do you have a physical disability that makes it difficult for you to travel? We offer online video remote counselling for greater accessibility, convenience, and appointment flexibility. All you need is a modern mobile device or a computer, a high-speed internet connection and a private space. We can assist you in setting up your device.
15 Minute Phone / Online Video Consultation: Free
50 Minute Individual Counselling Session: $150 - $160 + GST
50 Minute Couples Counselling Session: $180 + GST
90 Minute Couples Counselling Session: $270 + GST
Counselling services is often covered by your extended health plan. Please check with your extended health care provider for details.
It is important that counselling is accessible. We offer services at a reduced rate for people who cannot afford the standard fees. Please contact us to check appointment availability and waitlist.
E-transfer, cash, cheque and credit cards accepted.