Rowena’s approach with individuals or families is influenced by person-centered and attachment theory. Rowena holds a strong passion in working with children, adolescents, couples and families. She has previous experience working with adolescents by organizing group programs. She also has over four years of experience serving at the crisis line.
Vivian uses a non-directive and client-centered approach to help individuals process their internal feelings and thoughts. She believes in the resiliency and potential of each individual and views each person as capable of maintaining emotional, physical and spiritual balance given the appropriate setting. Vivian enjoys working with children and is dedicated to work collaboratively with parents to enhance parent-child relationship and attachment.
Gabriel C. Fung
MA-MFT, RCC, CCC
Gabriel views individual issues through the scope of the family context when working with individuals, couples, and families. It is his desire to see families brought closer together and for healthier relationships to develop among its members. Gabriel has a strong passion for helping adolescents through their struggles and transitions. He recognizes the difficulties of the teenage years for all members of the family and is dedicated to helping families come to a better understanding of those challenges as well as seeking out ways to achieve equilibrium in the home.
Dan is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. He believes that counselling is making space for understanding, healing, and moving forward. His mission is to provide a safe space for clients to be heard and to experience change. Dan works with individuals, couples, and families from a systemic, trauma-informed, and attachment-based framework. His clinical approach is informed by Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). He believes that the key ingredients for change involve growing in a healthy relationship with one’s emotions and connection with others.
With over 10 years of experience, Mandy has worked with individuals and families to deepen their understanding of themselves, improve their relationships with others, and increase their quality of life.
She is passionate about supporting individuals to tune into who they are,
and to build their intuition and awareness of their feelings and needs. She believes that by helping people gain insight and self-awareness, they can find and strengthen their voice to live a life that is more grounded, authentic, and connected. Clients say that my approach is gentle, warm, and respectful, and that they feel safe and cared for.
Joyce received her Master of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Trinity Western University. She believes that everyone has a voice and that their voice matters. She is passionate about creating space where their voice is listened to and valued. Joyce’s clinical approach is through the attachment-based lens of Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT). Joyce has experience in helping clients walk towards a better understanding and acceptance of themselves and others while gently processing with a trauma informed approach using the lens of Internal Family Systems (IFS).
Angela is an intern pursuing a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Trinity Western University. Over the course of her education, she has had the honour of working with a range of individuals and couples through an attachment-based and trauma-informed framework. Specifically, she draws her clinical approach from Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Satir.