Copyright © Unity Counselling Services - All rights reserved


[ Contact Unity Counselling: 250-260-7892 ]
Home Counselling
Uniting Mind, Body, and Spirit

Areas of Practice:


Whether it’s the relationship you have with yourself, or with another person, this area of our life as human beings is extremely important and affects all the other areas.  As a result, small improvements can have significant results in many ways.

With specialized training in relationships, we work with singles, couples, and entire families to bring healing and harmony back into their lives.

Grief and Loss:

We all experience losses and grieve at several points in our lives. When the loss is small we may hardly notice, but when it’s significant, it can be very challenging and affect all other areas of our life for many years. We can help minimize the impact that grief has on you by working through it with you.

Minimize the time it takes to work through, minimize the amount of stress, and make sure you complete the process so you’re as good or better than you were before.

Stress and Burnout:

How we manage our lives has a huge bearing on our personal joy. Stress and burnout are often caused by our attitude and the tools we have to cope with everyday challenges. Burnout is simply the longer term affect of stress.

If you’re experiencing ongoing stress, perhaps approaching burnout, we’ll help you uncover your unhelpful patterns and arm you with the tools to achieve balance and get your purpose and joy back.

Contact us for a complimentary 30 minute session to discuss your journey.

Trauma and Abuse:

Traumatic events, including abuse, are experiences that overwhelm your ability to cope. They are more than stressful; they are threatening, shocking and terrifying. They cause you to feel out of control, and leave you with feelings of terror, shame, helplessness and powerlessness.

Because these events are out of the ordinary,they can produce reactions that feel extreme and can leave you feeling “crazy.” These reactions and symptoms are not only normal, but are often ways anyone would cope with extreme circumstances. Finding the courage and help to work through traumatic experiences can be a very rewarding experience.

Chronic Pain:

Chronic pain can be debilitating, discouraging, and contributes to a vicious cycle of pain, depression, feelings of discouragement, and more pain. Our goal is to work together with chronic pain sufferers to explore the nature of pain, the relationship between pain and trauma, and the role the brain has with regards to pain.