Dean Cebuliak, RPC
Member of CPCA
Dean is a Registered Professional Counsellor
and graduate from the Applied Psychology
and Counselling program at the Kelowna College of Professional Counselling.
As a mature male with a history of personal development since 1993, he offers his
experience and training to those struggling with relationships (personally and with
others), loss, stress and burnout. His goal is to help people feel and function better
in all areas of their lives, build skills to manage their lives more effectively,
and achieve their personal goals.
Dean uses an integrated counselling style that adjusts to the specific needs of each
client. Along with this, he uses the very latest methods and techniques to provide
personalized relief in a timely, cost-effective manner. He has a passion for learning
and helping others, and uses that to drive the growth in his own life. With his Masters
designation nearly finished, Dean has completed Level 1 Gottman Counselling Training
and is a Certified 7 Principles of Making Marriage Work educator.
When he’s not counselling, Dean loves to golf, play squash, hike, dance and take
pictures. He’s a member of the Vernon Alliance Church and feels privileged to give
back to his community in many ways. He’s crazy about his partner Mari and is always
fixing her stuff.
Mari Cebuliak, M. Ed Psych, RCC
Member of BCACC
Mari has a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of the Free
State in South Africa. After moving to Canada in 1997, she registered with the British
of Clinical Counsellors as well as British
of School Psychologists.
Mari is currently working as School Psychologist
for School District #22 in Vernon
as well as
seeing private clients in her practice with her husband Dean.
Mari is passionate about helping people to restore broken relationships within themselves
and with others.
She helps process trauma, chronic pain and anxiety through a process called Eye Movement
Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, and explores with clients their
barriers for moving forward. Mari strives to help her clients find their own working
strategies to manage negative emotions and thoughts.
When Mari isn’t counselling or working for the school board, she loves to exercise
on her bikes, cross country ski, hike, dance, and read. She’s also a member of the
Vernon Alliance Church, and isn’t very technical. That’s why Dean is in the picture.