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Finding a skilled, well-trained and experienced counsellor can be an overwhelming challenge, and finding a counsellor that you are comfortable enough with to share your most personal thoughts, intimate feelings and painful experiences is an even greater challenge.

Woman holding mug, smiling, close-upThe ability to create quickly a therapeutic relationship where an individual feels connected, validated, understood, and unconditionally accepted is a key factor in achieving a successful counselling process.

Once in place, the opportunity for change and improving the overall quality of your life is much more likely.

If you are interested in engaging in a genuine and collaborative counselling relationship with a professional that will understand you, help you to understand yourself, others and how to work with, and heal from the circumstances you are facing, then a first positive step is to call and schedule a free consultation.

What We Do

Services offered can be provided in one of the formats below or in any combination tailored to meet your needs. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
  • Individual Counselling
  • Group Counselling
  • Couples Counselling
  • Presentations and Workshops
  • Weekend Retreats
  • Consultation
*Informal workshops are a great way to get a group of friends together to find out how visual imagery and mental rehearsal can be used to learn new skills in self-care and enhance performance. To find out more, request a free consultation.
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About Leanne (MA. CCC)

leanne_200A unique and personal counselling style that many people find welcoming, and helpful.

A Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) through the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), I maintain a rigorous professional standard of competence in the area of counselling and psychotherapy from both a theoretical and practical perspective.

I uphold the highest professional and ethical standards, values, and practices as reflected in CCPA’s Code of Ethics and I am committed to on-going professional development and learning in the field of counselling and psychotherapy (CCPA, 2015).

  • Twenty years in the counselling profession working with children, youth, women, and men of varying ages and backgrounds in a variety of settings and areas of specialization.
  • Currently employed for over nine years with Langley Child and Youth Mental Health providing clinical services to children, and youth presenting with significant psychological and psychiatric issues and their families.
  • Nine years providing counselling to individuals who have experienced sexual abuse both historical and recent.
  • Three years conducting drug and alcohol counselling.
  • Three years experience counselling and teaching life skills to older adolescents in a semi-independent living program.
  • Experience developing and conducting sport and educational workshops and camps for children and youth.

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