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The Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (CPCA) is a Canadian non-profit Society registered in accordance with the National Corporate Registry of Canada. The Association is governed by a Board of Directors which is elected annually by the members of the Association.
CPCA Members are Registered Professional Counsellors and Master Practitioners of Counselling Psychology who are regulated and have received the RPC and/or MPCP designations upon meeting competency-based criterion for membership.
Since our founding in 1990, the CPCA has been dedicated to the promotion of public confidence and trust in the counselling profession in Canada. The CPCA serves the public from coast to coast.
The original inclusive Counselling Association for Psychological Counsellors in Canada.
#203, 3306 – 32nd Avenue Vernon BC V1T 2M6
accent reduction, auditory processing disorders, apraxia/oral motor difficulties, augmentative communication, autism, developmental delay, English as another language, hearing-related speech & language difficulties, language delay, learning disabilities, reading & writing, speech sound difficulties, stuttering
Children ages 0-3 years, Pre-school aged children (3-5 yrs), School-aged children
3403 – 28th Ave Vernon BC V1T 1W8
At her downtown Vernon and Armstrong locations she welcome clients with diverse backgrounds and needs. She has over 20 years of combined experience working with adults, youth and children in a lay and community agency capacity and most recently in a clinical setting.
She sees clients on an individual basis as well as couples, families, adolescents and children. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Counselling Association and her services are covered by many Extended Health Care Providers as well as ICBC. She is also an approved Counsellor with Crime Victims Assistance Program, First Nations Health Authority, Indian Residential School Survivors (and their family members), and many Employee Family Assistance Programs (see services for specific EFAPs).
2145 Rosedale Ave Armstrong V0E 1B1
104-3304 32 Ave Vernon BC V1T 2M6 Canada
We are a Child Development Centre in Vernon, BC.
Since 1975 we have been proudly serving the North Okanagan. We offer families:
Early Intervention Therapies
Supported Child Development
FASD Key Worker & Parent-to-Parent Support
In our building, the Sovereign Treehouse, you will also find the North Okanagan Pediatric Clinic and Interior Health Children’s Assessment Network Clinic.
2802 34 Street Vernon BC V1T 5X1
North Okanagan Youth and Family Services (NOYFSS) is a registered, non-profit, charitable organization that has been serving families of the North Okanagan since 1974.
NOYFSS provides counselling and support services to individuals and families in our community through a variety of community based and residential programs FREE OF CHARGE. We are wheelchair accessible, and are a certified AMSSA Safe Harbour location. NOYFSS is committed to removing barriers for individuals with (and not limited to) physical/mental/developmental exceptionalities, sensory problems (i.e. visual, auditory, etc.), poverty and language/cultural needs. We are also a nut and fragrance free facility.
It is the mission of NOYFSS to serve our community by providing a broad range of programs which promote, nurture and protect the healthy development of our children, youth and their families.
3100 – 32nd Avenue Vernon BC V1T 2L9
The Achievers Program is a unique recreation and social program that provides community integration to school-aged children with disabilities. Children participate in social and recreational activities. Each child has an individual goal plan that is developed with our professional staff and parents, working towards independence and a lifetime of activity and community involvement.
3300 – 37th Avenue Vernon BC V1T2Y5
work with children and youth who have experienced trauma, including abuse, neglect, loss, accidents, and natural disasters
work with children and youth struggling due to the impact of mood or behavioural difficulties
attachment interventions for parents and children with relationship issues or transition difficulties
parent support and guidance
Treatment Approaches include:
Expressive Therapies, including play, art, and sand work
Filial Therapy (parent and child)
MIG (Attachment-based intervention)
The Stepping Stones Counselling Group is a team of specialized therapists, social workers and practitioners. We are dedicated to providing nurturing , creative and flexible healing environments and experiences. We provide services to children of all ages, teens, adults, couples and families throughout the Okanagan region.
1893 Ethel St. Kelowna BC V1Y 2Z3
#203/204 – 2411 Hwy 6 Park Plaza Vernon BC
101 – 3590 Airport Road Penticton BC