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Frequently Asked Questions
A: Moving from Misery to Meaning…counselling invites you to delve deeper into creating and finding personal meaning in your own life. Sessions are process-orientated and geared toward what you want to get out of it. I use a Feedback-Informed Treatment approach (FIT) which allows greater value and effectiveness in each and every session. Acceptance & Commitment Training (ACT) as well as Expressive Art can be woven through the session to gain insight and offer greater effectiveness.
Learning is part of the counselling process. New life begins to grow in our dismal places as we intentionally engage in this process of discovery.
Life is not a problem to be solved but rather an experiment to be lived. Let’s live it with joy and as comfortably, peacefully and abundantly as we can.
My therapeutic approach is simple. I come from a humanistic, transpersonal perspective, where we work together to reveal and ultimately boost your own personal resources in order to grow and better your life.
I am trained in ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which is an empirically studied and evidence-based approach. It is well researched and is particularly effective with generalized anxiety disorders. How is ACT different than CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
- I follow my association’s fee schedule.
- Individual Sessions are 60 minutes and $140.
- Individual Expressive Art Sessions are 60 minutes and $150
- Family Sessions are 60 minutes and $165
- Direct Billing for ICBC Clients
- Direct Billing for Crime Victim Assistance Clients
A: Yes, I offer both family and individual sessions.
A: Possibly. If you have an Extended Benefits Package through your workplace, you may be up to a certain amount per family member on your plan. In most cases, you pay the therapist and then your Extended Benefits provider reimburses you.
Please inquire with your workplace to find out your coverage details.
Specifically ask if “Registered Clinical Counsellors” are covered.
A: Yes, autism funding will cover our session costs as long as you have sufficient funds within your account and you add me as a service provider using the usual method of filling out the “Request to Pay Service Provider” form.
Yes, I am a CVAP service provider and I bill CVAP directly.
Currently offering weekday availability. Please get in touch to learn more.