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Meet Our Counsellors

Susannah-Joy
Bill Schuilenberg, sexual addictions therapist

Bill Schuilenberg, RPC, MPCC-S, CSAT

Partner & Certified Sex Addictions Therapist

Bill works with men and women offering support in addressing stressful life circumstances, intimacy disorders, problematic sexual behaviour, and sexual addictions. Bill also helps couples navigate relationship challenges and to repair or to grow true and lasting intimacy. 

CPCA (RPC, MPCC-S) #1922

IITAP (CSAT) #2016-2474

Carol Loney, clinical supervisor, grief therapist

Carol J. Loney, MA, RPC, MPCC-S, CT, CCTP-II, ACS

Crisis Intervention & Grief/Loss Specialist

A gifted therapist and educator, Carol brings compassion and wisdom to her work that is grounded in her professional and therapeutic skills. Anchored by her 35 years of experience sharing the grief journey, Carol offers hope, uplifting lives in empowering ways. 

CPCA (RPC, MPCC-S) #1942

Heather Rawson, clinical counsellor, internal family systems therapist

Heather Rawson, RTC

Life Transitions, Emotional Triggers, and Traumatic Stress Therapist

Are you exhausted from being in a chronic survival state? Do you feel like you don't know who "You" are? My integrative counselling approach centres around helping you become whole again. I specifically offer therapeutic support for traumatic stress, emotional triggers, and helping individuals navigate life transitions.

 

Together we will develop strategies that reinforce effective patterns and move you towards harmony and wellness. It is my joy and commitment to guide you on a therapeutic journey that is highly personalized and collaborative.

 

Making the first contact with a counsellor can be the hardest part. Come as you are. I look forward to connecting with you!

 

Trauma-Informed

Internal Family Systems-Informed

ACCT (RTC) #2894

Maria Garcia, childrens therapist, clinical counsellor

Maria Garcia, RTC 

Children & Adolescent Therapist

Counselling brings empowerment and self-awareness. Carl Rogers once said “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” This is something that resonates with who I am as a counsellor.  I want my clients to achieve this acceptance of themselves and realize that they are more than worthy- they are more than capable, to bring forth the change that they desire.

ACCT (RTC) #2903

Jen Millar, youth counsellor, family therapist, clinical counsellor

Jen Millar, RTC

Youth & Family Therapist

Jennifer (Jen) works primarily with children and adolescents, providing a safe and comfortable environment to help work through their struggles. She is passionate about helping families learn effective and respectful communication skills so they can form healthy relationships built on trust and connection. She believes that we all have the ability within to meet our potential, and sometimes we just need some help figuring out how to do it.

ACCT (RTC) #3076

Anne Chronnell

Anne Chronnell, RPC-C

Women's Counsellor, Life Transitions, Grief & Loss, Self-Actualization

Anne specializes in women’s life (and role) transitions, personal empowerment and confidence,  motherhood (pregnancy, birthing, and beyond), and working through the bumps and bruises on life’s road. She holds a gentle, inclusive, and nonjudgmental space for you to release and process at your own pace.

Through mindful exploration, collaborative strategy creation, and a dash of intuition, she’ll walk beside you as you begin your unique healing journey to (re)discover your Self; re(define) a calmer, stronger, empowered You.

RPC-C #4417 (CPCA)

William & Associates, love is love, dog greeters, clinical counselling

Here to support You

Empower Yourself | Reclaim Your Life | Live Well

We passionately believe asking for help should open doors to the resources and support needed to make a difference. We know from years of research that the relationship between client and counsellor is the most important element of successful therapy.

 

If none of our therapists are a good fit for you, we will happily make a referral to other professionals or resources.

Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg, trauma therapist

Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg, RPC, MPCC

Partner & Trauma Specialist

Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP-II)

Certified Sex Therapy Informed Professional (CSTIP)

Susannah-Joy holds safe and confidential space for people wounded by life to process and resolve painful experiences which have impacted quality of life. Focusing on the specific needs of each individual client or couple, she brings years of experience to the therapy room, a huge toolbox of techniques and interventions, and unshakeable compassion throughout the process.

CPCA (RPC, MPCC) #1901

Wanda McKenzie, women's coach

Wanda McKenzie, RPC, FOT - *Currently on leave*

Women's Counsellor & Coach

Ladies! Are you hitting a wall someplace in your life? Perhaps you are second-guessing your skills or abilities, relationships or career, your parenting or something else that is resulting in shaky confidence. What we work on and how we collaborate in a session depends on YOU! I have an integrative approach, meaning that I have many tools in my bag to assist in your process. I employ a Blended Counselling/Coaching approach.

CPCA (RPC) #3430

Chantale Elliott, chronic pain therapist, clinical counsellor

Chantale Elliott, RTC, CCATP

Chronic Pain, Depression & Anxiety Therapist

Chronic illness and pain can be extremely debilitating however, it doesn't need to completely control and dominate your life. I have a passion for helping people take back their quality of life from the control of chronic illness and pain. I offer compassion and practical solutions to the reality of dealing with something that can't be changed.

ACCT (RTC) #2899

Davis Wiggs, sexual addictions therapist, clinical counsellor

Davis Wiggs, BSc, RTC, ASAT

Relationship & Intimacy Issues Therapist & Associate Sex Addiction Therapist

Are you struggling with managing your relationships? Feeling like your sense of self has been compromised? Davis will help individuals and couples navigate even the smallest of concerns in their day-to-day lives. He specializes in topics related to intimacy, betrayal, addiction, emotional disturbances & compulsive sexual behaviours.

 

With a range of knowledge & expertise, he will guide you to overcome any feelings of shame and/or embarrassment that may be holding you back. 

Trauma Informed & Harm Reduction Approach.

ACCT (RTC) #2862

IITAP (ASAT) #2022-3635

Bobbi Kerik, CCPC-C

Bobbi Kerik, RTC, CCPCP-C

Addictions & Relationships (not just couples!)

Life can present us with challenges, and it's my passion to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. I'm deeply invested in your well-being and committed to helping you thrive on your healing journey. As a trauma-informed therapist, I strive to empower my clients with the skills and tools they need to cultivate healthy relationships—with themselves, others, their partners, or their relationship with addiction.

Together, we can rebuild and rediscover the joy of connection. By exploring your relationship with self, we can uncover a transformative path and empower you to live your best life, both within yourself and in your relationships. 

CCPCP #3110

RTC #3226 (ACCT)

Melodie Grace, clinical counselling, therapy, kelowna counsellor

Melodie Grace

Partner, Chief Doer of All the Things

Practice Manager

*Not a counsellor*

Melodie takes care of the office, the clients & counsellors, the marketing, website & social media presence, finances... et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. As the daughter and business partner of Bill & Susannah-Joy, she wears many hats to help keep our therapists busy and the business running smoothly. Bringing over 20 years of front line customer service and sales experience, Melodie absolutely loves this role and adores working with her family. 

When not working, she's hanging out with her two teenage boys, playing softball or at the beach.  Running on coffee and sunshine, Melodie is the delightful first point of contact at our clinic and she is committed to helping the world recover, one person at a time. 

The first step is to reach out. We are here for you.

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