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Surrey & Vancouver counsellor Glory Mulera, RCC, has degrees in psychology and education from McGill and Trinity Western universities. Also a university undergrad instructor, Glory works with clients who struggle with mood and personality disorders, including Borderline and Narcissistic personality disorders. Glory also works with individuals and families on family conflict and communication issues, in addition to childhood trauma. Glory works with clients in person in our Surrey office, as well as virtually.
Ward Murray, CCC, is a compassionate and empathetic counsellor who develops genuine and trusting therapeutic relationships with his clients to help them achieve their goals. Ward works with individuals on relationship, addiction, and family issues, using trauma-informed and client-centred narrative therapy with his clients. He also works with clients who are experiencing mood or emotional challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief, and more. Ward works with clients virtually only.
Behi Ahani is a Registered Social Worker with degrees in teaching and social work, and has been a mental health therapist since 2005. Behi works with adult clients with mental health issues, addictions, trauma, grief, relationship issues, and more. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, to name a few. Behi provides therapy in Farsi and English.
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