ICBC Funded Counselling

Providing supportive counselling to begin the process of healing

If you have been physically injured or are suffering emotionally as a result of a Motor Vehicle Accident, you may be eligible for free counselling.  As of April 1, 2019, you are entitled to 12 pre-approved sessions within the first 12 weeks following an accident, regardless of whose fault it is.

I am authorized to provide counselling through the ICBC Automobile Injury Recovery Services, specializing in the management of anxiety.  I also help individuals manage pain and depression using mindfulness-based strategies.  

For more information, please consult the ICBC website:

button (1)

Psychological Services


  • Teach clients about their symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD
  • Help them to understand why they have experienced psychological and functional changes within the context of a personal injury
  • Provide coping skills to enhance client resiliency and reduce impact of symptoms

Symptom Management

  • Management of symptoms related to depression, including: low mood, negative thinking, hopelessness, and social withdrawal
  • Management of symptoms related to anxiety, including: constant/global worry, feeling ‘on edge’, restlessness, and panic attacks
  • Enhance self-care

Processing of Traumatic Event(s)

  • Enhance the client’s sense of safety
  • Use of art to express and process traumatic event and the resulting symptoms, which can be beneficial to those clients who have not found more traditional talk therapy helpful
  • Processing the trauma can help client make sense of what happened, expedite healing, and reduce impact of symptoms

Report Writing

  • Preparation of initial assessment, treatment plans, and progress reports
  • Preparation of objective medical-legal reports to assist courts 
FREE Handout: 5 Ways to Reduce Miscommunication & Conflict
Enter your email address and click on the Get Instant Access button.
Your email will never be sold or shared. Unsubscribe at any time.

Surviving the first few weeks and months as a new mother

If you are in the first few weeks or months after the arrival of your first baby, please read on! Many new mothers (and fathers) …

Waiting for baby

Tips for the Mother-to-be on THRIVING into parenthood

Maybe you’re in your final trimester or even the last few weeks of pregnancy, and suddenly it hits you: I AM ABOUT …

Reclaiming a Meaningful Pregnancy during a Pandemic

“My baby shower has been canceled, our trip is not going to happen, and all of our exciting pre-baby plans thrown out the …