About

Our Practicum Students 

Pearce Hahn

Bio: 

Nature lover, banjo maker, cellist, and amateur cartoonist. Pearce is comfortable in his own skin and enjoys helping others discover and reclaim their most authentic lives.

With over a decade of experience as an educator and coach in the health technology and gaming sectors, Pearce has been recognized for his honest and supportive leadership approach. He began his Masters in Counselling Psychology in 2018 and is keenly stepping into a role that has felt like a lifetime calling.

Pearce's approach is warm and respectful, and he strives to provide space for honest, meaningful, and even humorous conversations; he believes that speaking thoughts and feelings can lead to immense healing and growth.

Education:

-Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University, 2020 (In Progress)

-Bachelors of Arts, University of British Columbia, 2008

Counselling status:

-Practicum Student-Yorkville University Graduate Program

Why are you a counsellor?

Because I want to be! It is deeply meaningful for me to walk alongside others as they face times of uncertainty and challenge. During seasons of struggle and growth, I have been fortunate to have found clarity and support from genuine and gentle counsel. I hope to offer space where clients can recognize and realize what is most meaningful to them.

Something we wouldn't know about you?

In high school, I skipped class to skateboard and wound up in a cereal commercial.

Most shared book recommendation?

Shop Class as Soul Craft – Mathew Crawford

Man's Search for Meaning – Viktor Frankl

Favourite quote(s)?

"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are." – Carl Jung

"Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray." – Rumi

Hayley Yarish

Bio: 

Over the past 8 years, Hayley has gained extensive experience working with children, youth, individuals, and families struggling with a variety of life challenges, traumas, and life transitions. She has worked with individuals in treatment centres, group homes, personal care homes, women's emergency shelters, as well as in other social service agencies and non-profit organizations. Hayley is committed to her own personal and professional development, she loves to learn and is continuously upgrading and expanding her education to ensure that she provides the best level of care and service to each of her clients and their unique needs. She provides a safe and supportive space for clients to navigate a variety of challenges and looks forward to connecting with you. 

Education:

- Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology (in progress), Yorkville University

- Bachelor Human Ecology - Family Social Sciences, University of Manitoba 

- Life Coach Certificate, Rhodes Wellness College 

- Child and Youth Care Diploma, Red River College 

Counselling status:

- Canadian Professional Counsellors Association:

Master Practitioner of Clinical Counselling (MPCC) and Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC) - Member #3866

- Practicum Student - Yorkville University Graduate Program

Why are you a counsellor?

From a young age I had a strong desire to help people. I had an innate ability to go deep with those I spent time listening to and I have always found the mystery of human behaviour and the magic that is healing to be fascinating. I am continuously inspired by the wisdom, power and resilience of the human spirit and know that more is always possible. Counselling is more than a profession to me, it is truly my hearts work. It is my intention to create a safe and sacred space for reflection, self-discovery, deep healing, and radical transformation. 

Something we wouldn't know about you?

I love to read, travel and expand my world-view. I have volunteered abroad in Africa and previously completed a practicum placement in Nicaragua. I am also attempting to read 52 books this year! 

Most shared book recommendation?

Radical Forgiveness - Colin Tipping

Light is the New Black - Rebecca Campbell 

Favourite quote(s)?

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us” 

- Marianne Williamson 

 

"Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we are supposed to be and embracing who we are” 

- Brené Brown

 
 

Call us now: 1 (236) 420 1155

WhatsApp: 1 (250) 859 2363

1856 Ambrosi Road, #114

Kelowna, BC

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William & Associates Counselling Services

 2020