Helen Peters M.A., RCC
Based in the Lower Mainland, Helen is a Registered Clinical Counselllor and holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Counselling from Trinity Western University. She works in Langley, Surrey and Burnaby. Helen is a Marriage and Family Therapist who uses a Cognitive Behavioral and Emotionally Focused approach. She is also interested in Family of Origin issues and Attachment. Her warm empathetic approach focuses on development of client skills, assisting them to recognize and accept their value and worth and to facilitate them in accomplishing their personal goals. She provides a safe place to support the client’s exploration of his or her own unique skills and strengths and tailors her work to each client’s individual need. Helen volunteers for families dealing with ALS and has volunteered for BC Parents in Crisis. She has worked with Parenting After Separation for the BC Counsel for Families and has taken training in Critical Incident Stress Management and AAMFT Supervision.
Linda Stull Ph.D., Registered Psychologist
Linda’s doctorate in Counselling Psychology is from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She offers counselling for individuals and couples. Linda enjoys working with clients from all cultural backgrounds on a variety of issues including stress management, anxiety, grief, depression, trauma, PTSD, relationships, eating disorders, family issues, workplace issues, career and retirement planning, as well as many other concerns. Linda’s office is in central Vancouver near Vancouver General Hospital and a variety of transit options. Linda works collaboratively with clients to assist them in clarifying and reaching their goals. She enjoys walking and exploring the spectacular scenery in British Columbia.
Jayne Simpson RSW, MSW
My Counselling office is located on the Unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. My name is Jayne (she/her), and my ancestors came from the Highlands of Scotland, Ireland and Germany. My practice offers trauma-informed, holistic, gender-affirming care that also strives and is committed to being anti-oppressive. I am here to support you in your journey of exploring sexual and gender identity as well as unpacking inter-generational trauma and reconnecting with inter-generational resilience. This can look like providing support for depression and anxiety, eating disorders, sleep issues, alcohol and drug use, relationship issues, self-esteem building, and creating ritual and tools from your own background and strengths.