A Holistic Approach
Alexandra's Vancouver and North Vancouver-based counselling practice focuses on supporting individuals and couples on their journey to wellness, healing, and growth. Her aim is to engage in meaningful work, to empower individuals in discovering their own ability to heal, and to guide individuals in the discovery of their inner wisdom. Her holistic mind-body approach brings a unique perspective to the therapeutic process, when available she draws upon biological, social, psychological, cultural, and spiritual influences.
Alexandra has an empathic and non-judgmental approach, which helps put clients at ease. She puts in the extra time and energy to create a welcoming environment and aims to make the counselling experience one that is rich and full of discovery.
- Master of Arts in Clinical Counselling - The Adler School of Professional Psychology
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - The University of Victoria
- Registration with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC)
- Registration with the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
- Member of the Canadian Fertility & Andrology Association (CFAS)
Part of Alexandra's private practice is in Vancouver where she collaborates with Well Woman Counselling, an established counselling team focused on a wide range of mental health concerns. Alexandra also spends her time in North Vancouver where she lives, she works in collaboration with Daniel Stone & Associates.
Alexandra has had the great opportunity to work at BC Women's Hospital in Vancouver. During her time here she worked in a few different clinics, specializing in women's reproductive health counselling (i.e. pregnancy support, pregnancy loss, pregnancy decision-making, birthing trauma, infertility, perinatal & postpartum depression and anxiety).
Alexandra has experience working with a variety of agencies in the Lower Mainland. She started her career working with substance use at Share Family Services. Most recently, Alexandra managed and facilitated the clinical counselling program at WorkBC, in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association and the YWCA. Her work there supported clients to develop tools and strategies in helping manage mental health challenges, which act as barriers to accessing or maintaining employment.
A Designation of BC Association of Clinical Counsellors