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Get in-person or online care for counselling — Take Control of Your Life: Find Relief and Support Through Professional Counselling. Registered Counsellors & Therapists in Vancouver

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Our team of Registered Clinical Counsellors have specialties in different areas, but generally speaking, we can assist you with anxiety, depression, trauma, ICBC, online counselling, and assessments. Our Well Beings office provides therapy and assessment services for adolescents, teens, adults, seniors, and couples.


Sarah Smith

Sarah specializes in evidence-based psychological approaches that allow her clients to explore their emotions and reach a state of clarity. If you’re experiencing depression, anxiety, complex trauma or relationship issues, Sarah’s approaches will be beneficial. With experience in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Gottman Method interventions and Strengths-Based Trauma, Sarah adopts a client-centric approach, injecting mindfulness and somatic healing into your treatment. 
Niki Connor Registered Clinical Counsellor

Niki Connor

Niki offers clients a unique approach to dealing with their issues through the integration of attachment-based therapy. Her experience in helping individuals navigate through trauma ensures patients can make positive changes and identify harmful behaviours. As a Mind-Body Attunement specialist, Niki provides patients with ongoing trauma support in a safe environment. Her treatment options are also ideal for families and teenagers going through difficult times. 
Karmeena Binning RCC Counsellor

Karmeena Binning

Seyda is a Vancouver-based therapist specializing in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Therapy. Her primary focus is helping clients deal with relationship difficulties, stress, depression, and negative emotions. Seyda treats patients of all ages, taking a particular interest in helping immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community. Neurodiverse clients will also benefit from their level of understanding and empathy. 
Seyda Bilikci RCC​

Seyda Bilikci

Vernika Jain strongly emphasizes the relationships she forms with clients, helping adults, teenagers, and children navigate trauma and emotional pain in a safe environment. As a registered psychotherapist, she implements various approaches, including CBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Solution Brief Focused Therapy and Eclectic/Integrative Approach therapy. Counselling sessions are available in English or Hindi.
dina aguila rcc counsellor

Dina Aguila 

Dina has over 20 years of social services experience and specializes in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Her commitment to solution-focused therapy can help individuals gain clarity during difficult times. As an LGBTQ2S+ therapist, Dina prides herself on helping clients heal from previous experiences and discover themselves. She also offers CBT and works with adults or couples. 
Deepti Saini RCC Counsellor in Vancouver

Deepti Saini

Deeti specializes in person-centred therapeutic approaches, putting clients at the centre of her treatment. Her eclectic approach to therapy means she can treat patients using a range of techniques, including CBT, EMDR and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). With previous experience working with young people, Deepti provides counselling for children, adolescents, and adults in individual or couple settings. Her play sessions can help younger children come to terms with their emotions and navigate through trauma. 
Lance Lindblom - RCC, MACP

Anousha Rohanioskoui

Lance works with couples and individuals, helping them explore relationship issues and communicate in a secure setting. As a Gottman Method specialist, Lance’s support will benefit couples experiencing various difficulties. With experience in helping clients overcome stress, anxiety and previous trauma, Lance also offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectic Therapy and a range of other techniques.
amanda hille rcc

Amanda Hille 

Amanda has over 10 years of experience working with clients from all backgrounds. She prides herself on remaining flexible while also offering evidence-based therapies. Her expertise lies in supporting clients in developing coping strategies and making positive changes. Clients with personality disorders, histories of substance abuse, anger management issues and previous trauma will develop new confidence through Amanda’s techniques and be able to approach life’s challenges. With expertise in therapeutic modalities, including Bowen Family Systems, Attachment Therapy, CBT, DBT and EMDR, Philip provides a range of services, including trauma, BPD, anger management and career guidance. Sessions are available in English and Arabic.
aleksandra hajzer rcc

Aleksandra Hajzer 

With an extensive career spanning over two decades, Aleksandra has honed her skills in working with children and adults. She offers a comprehensive range of support for her clients in individual, couples, or family settings. This experience instills confidence in her clients, who know they are in capable hands. Leveraging proven techniques, she treats children with emotional difficulties and supports couples when experiencing relationship issues. Aleksandra is highly skilled in delivering art, play and Hakomi somatic therapy sessions and specializes in EMDR treatment. 
vanya malixi registered clinical counsellor

Vanya Malixi

Vanya is a specialist therapist with experience treating individuals and families. With expertise in CBT, Mindfulness, solution-focused counselling, and Bowen Therapy Systems, she can help clients navigate various difficulties and enhance their communication. Whether you - or your family - are dealing with conflict, grief, self-esteem issues or life transitions, Vanya can provide a range of treatments that offer more clarity and enhance your relationships. 
Paula Fernandez Servera

Paula F. Servera 

Paula is a collaborative counsellor, working with clients to identify their issues and find the right approaches. She has experience providing a range of therapeutic interventions and the ability to integrate attachment-based techniques into each session. Whether you’re experiencing depression, relationship issues, grief or family conflict, Paula can help you enjoy a positive future. Neurodiverse clients will find her services particularly helpful. Sessions are available in Spanish and English. 
Yoshiko Nonaka MC, RCC

Yoshiko Nonaka

Yoshiko is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. She specializes in supporting those experiencing grief and loss (from death, work, illness, physical ability, relationship) as well as those feeling the pain from pet loss. She also works with immigrants and international students with regards to adjustment, stress and time management related to life transition. She is completely fluent in both English and Japanese.
Mehrdad Talakar M.A RCC

Mehrdad Talakar

With a strong academic and practical background, Mehrdad completed his master’s degree in counselling psychology at the University of British Columbia, complemented by another master’s degree in general psychology. Drawing inspiration from Rumi’s wisdom that “the wound is the place where the light enters you,” Mehrdad embodies an integrative approach to therapy, utilizing various modalities like an art pallet to suit each client’s unique needs.Having served as a therapist in Fraser Health in Vancouver for eight years and through private practice, Mehrdad has had the privilege of working with diverse clients as a group and individual therapist and utilizing music therapy combined with mindfulness.
Shannon Wilcox Registered Clinical Counsellor

Shannon Wilcox

I primarily uses attachment, interpersonal, trauma-informed, and person-centered approaches and cognitive-behavioural, somatic, and mindfulness techniques. I aim to establish and maintain safety, trust, and a collaborative relationship with you so that you develop greater self-understanding and awareness, embrace new helpful perspectives and beliefs, and increase your coping skills and sense of empowerment for better living.
reema qamar rcc counsellor

Reema Qamar

Reema specializes in trauma care, working with adults and youth on issues like childhood trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, and relational trauma. She supports women facing gender-based violence and helps with self-esteem, concurrent disorders, bicultural identity crises, family problems, and life transitions. Reema's holistic, integrative approach draws on Bruce Perry’s work, using CBT, humanistic, and emotion-focused therapies, with a focus on culturally responsive and anti-oppressive practices. Collaboration is key, helping clients explore their emotions and find paths to healing. She offers services in Punjabi, Urdu, and Hindi.Areas of practice: ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, and more.
Laurier Chabot, MACP, RCC, CCC

Laurier Chabot

Laurier believes counseling should be judgment-free and sees the therapeutic relationship as skill-building and sometimes even fun. Patience is crucial as clients integrate difficult memories and thrive with a new sense of freedom.Laurier has been a counselor since 2012, working with diverse clients, including children, adults, couples, and refugees. She provides counseling for challenges like depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma. Laurier uses various therapeutic modalities, including CBT, EMDR, and mindfulness.Areas of practice: anxiety, depression, trauma, and more.

Our Vancouver Clinic

Jameson House is in Downtown Vancouver, within easy reach of homes and offices. Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, our clients can make evening appointments that fit their schedules. Whether you’re seeking individual support, couples counselling, or therapy for children and adolescents, our expert team is ready to help. 

Location in Downtown Vancouver: Jameson House

Vancouver Location + Hours + Transport


There is street parking available on W. Hastings, W. Cordova, Hornby and Howe st. 

If you are not able to find street parking, there are a few parking lots that are available near the office. 

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Office Hours

Monday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday Closed

Areas of Focus in Vancouver, BC

Covered by Most Benefits Plans – 
Every insurance plan is different and will provide different levels of coverage. If you require coverage for sessions please contact your plan provider before your first session to ensure that your plan covers sessions with a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC).

Vancouver Counselling Client Reviews



Yes, it is. For many people, the therapy our registered clinical counsellors provide enables them to discover the root causes of their issues and take proactive steps to overcome them. 


It’s not always easy without help. The range of therapeutic interventions available can help you gain clarity and discover negative thinking patterns. The right approach can also help you on your journey, learn coping mechanisms, and adopt positive behaviours. 

Therapy is the best way to go on a journey of discovery, taking advantage of ongoing support. 

When choosing the right therapist for your needs, consider the issues you’re dealing with and which type of support you’d like. Some people prefer person-centred therapy, while others might want solutions-focused support. 


Our website lists available Vancouver therapists, including the clients they treat, their specialized training, and the different techniques they offer. Please contact us today if you’d like us to match you with a therapist. 

All Well Beings Counselling therapists have industry-recognized qualifications, including RCC (Registered Clinical Counsellor) and CCC (Canadian Certified Counsellor). Many also hold Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in psychology or counselling. Some are also members of various associations, including the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC) and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).


Some of our therapists take specialist courses in the Gottman Method and other therapeutic approaches, so you can be sure of a reputable service with counsellors who treat each patient under set guidelines. 

Therapy can be beneficial for many reasons - and it’s not just for individuals dealing with psychological distress. If any of the following apply to you, seeking counselling can be a proactive step: 


  • Mental health issues: Stress, anxiety, and depression are three of the most common mental health concerns. While medication can reduce some of the symptoms, therapy ensures you can deal with the underlying causes. 

  • Emotional challenges: Whether you’re finding it hard to cope with daily life, struggling to manage your emotions, or developing healthy relationships, speaking to a professional can teach you coping mechanisms. 

  • Negative thinking: Glass half-empty people often focus on the negatives of any situation and struggle to identify the positives, holding them back from living a more meaningful life. Professional therapists can help you change how you approach life. 

  • Relationship problems: Problems maintaining relationships can occur due to a range of factors, including attachment issues, previous infidelity and both parties failing to communicate. Investing in couples therapy can help you both explore better ways of communication. 

  • Substance abuse: Dependence on substances can cause huge issues with your relationships and professional life, but therapy enables you to explore the reasons behind your addiction. 

  • Family conflict: Conflicts within families can be devastating, but family therapy is a safe space to explore negative emotions and address issues, resulting in stronger relationships. 

We have a talented team of therapists in Vancouver, which allows us to offer a range of solutions for clients. Once you have an initial consultation with a specialist, we’ll be able to advise on a range of therapies, including: 


  • CBT: Also known as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, this popular form of counselling helps you develop positive thinking patterns and eliminate destructive behaviours. Some people benefit from long-term CBT, while others make changes in a few sessions. 

  • ACT: Acceptance and Commitment counselling is an empowering therapy that lets you accept behaviours and thinking patterns while committing to positive changes. 

  • EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing helps you process traumas through eye movements, making it popular for people who want to explore their adverse experiences. 

  • Psychodynamic Therapy: Many negative thinking patterns and behaviours occur due to unresolved childhood trauma. This approach aims to uncover previous trauma and resolve it with specialist support. 

  • Person-Centred Therapy: Many therapists use this approach to focus on the client’s needs and goals. You control the sessions, and your therapist acts as a facilitator. 

With so many types of therapy to choose between, knowing which is suitable for your needs can be challenging. Once you have an initial assessment, the therapist will identify which therapeutic approaches suit your needs. 


For example, CBT can be beneficial for individuals who want to change their thinking patterns, while DBT is a specialist therapy for people with personality disorders. 


Psychodynamic approaches or EMDR are best for trauma, while person-centred therapy can help you navigate the sessions more effectively. Whatever your needs are, our therapists can cater to them and facilitate your healing journey. 

Private psychotherapy isn't free, but you might be able to receive free support in some cases. These include: 


  • Health Plans: If your employer offers health benefits or you have an insurance policy, you can receive free mental health support. Depending on your coverage, you could get subsidized rates. Please see our fees page for more information. 

  • MSP: British Columbia's Medical Services Plan might offer subsidized treatments, but this is usually only when a psychiatrist or doctor refers you for therapy. 


While there aren't many ways to access free support, we offer low-cost counselling services to reduced-income clients. 

No, you don’t. You can access private therapy at any time, making it easy to seek support for emotional distress and mental health issues. However, if you want to see a psychiatrist, you’ll usually need a referral from your doctor. 


Private psychiatrists are available but are usually not covered under your health plan.

It depends on whether a doctor refers you or you’re accessing support through your insurance. Some people wait for months to access counselling, but opting for private therapy means you can see a specialist immediately and work through mental health issues. 

Some people worry about having online therapy, but it’s becoming one of the most popular ways to access support. Having therapy in a physical setting often means travelling, but some people find it easier to open up in the comfort of their own homes. 

Our counselling services are available online and in person, giving you more flexibility. If you opt for online sessions, you can use our secure platform, which guarantees your privacy through video messaging. 

Therapy is an investment in your mental health; engaging in treatment paves the way for a brighter future. At Well Beings Counselling, we aim to make therapy accessible for everyone and offer low-cost counselling services for those on limited incomes. 


Our rates reflect the experience of our therapists, and we partner with insurance providers to help make accessing support more affordable. 


View our therapy fees.

There is no set time frame for therapy, as it depends on the degree of support you require and whether you can resolve your issues. 


CBT and solution-focused therapy can occur over six sessions or more, while trauma support and psychotherapy are longer-term interventions. 


Your therapist will check in regularly, discussing how the therapy’s going and whether you’re ready to reduce the sessions. 


Ultimately, we want you to leave therapy feeling confident and ready to take on the world—whether it takes weeks, months, or years. Our team will support you on an ongoing basis. 

If you’re ready to explore your emotions and access expert support, we’d love to help you. Please get started today and discover our counselling or therapy options. 


You can choose your counsellor or have our experts match you with one that meets your requirements. 

Driving Directions

From Burnaby:

  • Start on the BC-1 W/TC slip road.
  • Merge onto the Trans-Canada highway.
  • Move onto Hastings Street by taking exit 26.
  • Turn onto East Hastings Street.
  • Follow the street until you reach Jameson House on the left (838 W Hastings St).

 From Coquitlam:

  • Start on the Lougheed Highway (BC-7 W).
  • Continue on BC-7 W.
  • Move onto the TC/BC-1 W s Vancouver slip road.
  • Merge on the Trans-Canada highway.
  • Use Exit 26.
  • Continue on East Hastings Street. Jameson House is on the left.

From Richmond:

  • Start on the Westminster Hwy.
  • Turn onto Gilbert Road, then onto Russ Baker Way.
  • Move onto the Vancouver slip road.
  • Merge into Grant McConachie Way East.
  • Continue onto Arthur Laing Brg and Marine Drive.
  • Take the BC-99 N slip road.
  • Merge to South West Marine Drive.
  • Continue to Granville Street.
  • Take the BC-99 N.
  • Turn onto Seymour Street, then West Hastings Street.
  • Continue down the road. Jameson House is on the left.

From Surrey:

  • Take the Trans-Canada Highway slip road.
  • Use the Vancouver slip road to merge onto the Trans-Canada Highway (BC-1 W).
  • Take the Hastings Street exit (26).
  • Turn onto East Hastings Street.
  • Follow the road until you reach Jameson House – on the left.
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