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How do I know if I need counselling?

Counselling will help you to navigate through a challenging time in your life by providing the opportunity to develop greater perspective, by helping you to learn new skills to make long desired changes in behaviour as well as support you in the expression and processing of feelings that at times can seem overwhelming and confusing.

About Me

Hello and Welcome! I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. I have over 15 years of supporting both individuals and couples through challenging passages during their lives. I hold a Master of Arts in Counselling from Gonzaga University (2002). I bring both breadth and depth to my clinical practice having worked in the field of palliative care for ten years, as well I have experience supporting clients overcoming drug and alcohol addiction as well as patterns of disordered eating. Currently I also work supporting clients and family members through the Patient and Family Counselling Services at the BC Cancer Agency here in Victoria. I work from both a systems perspective, which acknowledges the impact of culture, gender and class and race on our lived experience as well as from an interpersonal personal perspective, recognizing our own strengths and resiliency in spite of outside forces and conditions. My passion is in supporting people in removing the obstacles that sometimes block us from pursuing a richer, more creative and more satisfying life, no matter what is happening.

Do you need support in any of these areas?

Whether it is the loss of a loved one through death, a diagnosis of a life threatening illness or a child moving away from home, all of these experiences are followed by grief, the natural adaptive response to loss.

If you are recently clean or sober and are seeking added support to help you firm up your foundation of your new life, or a loved one in a relationship with someone who struggles with addiction, counselling can help.

As a therapist with extensive experience supporting individuals who have experienced historic abuse and trauma I am able to provide the necessary skills to support individuals seeking to be free from the effects of childhood traumatic abuse.

Perhaps you are a new parent, or newly divorced or leaving a career for a new one, or your children have moved out, I can help you navigate the passage of change and unfamiliarity that goes along with our most potent life transitions.

Are You Ready to Take the Next Step?


Before working with Beth I had never seen a counsellor, and was anxious about what it might entail. Although I came into the experience guarded, her mix of genuine empathy along with supportive problem-solving strategies enabled me to work through my stressors and gain a feeling of control over them. Simply put, I always left her office feeling better and lighter than when I arrived



Beth is an extremely gifted therapist. Although I initially sought her support for traumatic grief, she has also counselled me through work, food addiction and family crises. Her wisdom and understanding of the human psyche is vast. Although always professional, Beth is extremely warm and personable creating a warm inviting session – not cold or sterile. Being with her in her therapy space is a sanctuary for healing.



Beth’s articulate, compassionate and insightful guidance has been invaluable in providing me with the tools and understanding to recover from a deep loss and learn to truly care for myself. I would highly recommend Beth as a counsellor.