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Je suis Myriame

Conseillère Bilingue en français et anglais à Vancouver, CB

Je suis passionné de vous aider à mener une vie significative en explorant, en connectant et en guérissant vos expériences de conseil.

Je travaillerai avec vous pour développer la conscience émotionnelle et la résilience nécessaires pour créer le changement en étant solidaire, curieux, authentique et compatissant.


Une désignation de la BC Association of Clinical Counsellors

Background & Approach

In a counselling session, you can expect me to be supportive and curious about who you are and your inner world. I am compassionate and non-pathologizing. I will provide empathy and support, alongside gentle questions and feedback in order to help you work towards your goals for counselling therapy.

I am passionate about helping people find relief from inner pain, and am curious about what brings them joy.  I support people to live fuller lives where they feel connected to themselves in an authentic freedom. I believe everyone can heal from past pains and traumas, and can create a life for themselves that they feel proud of.  I know this is true given my time supporting childhood survivors of sexual abuse and adults who have faced complex childhood trauma. 

I will focus on emotions that come up in session and be curious to what these emotions might be communicating. By listening to emotions and different parts of the self, I help people gently and safely connect to their body. I will use techniques from Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Somatic Inquiry (SI) to do this. 

I know sometimes emotions can be overwhelming, therefore I will help people feel more grounded and ready to dive into these intense feelings by providing grounding techniques and breathing exercises and taking things one step at a time.

I am honest and genuine during  counselling, and I am open to feedback to know if our counselling work is helping you. I also really enjoy focusing on what is going well in life, and I make time to celebrate your successes and growth. By the end of our session together, my intention is for you to feel calm, connected, and with a little more clarity than when we began.

Education & Certifications

Masters of Education (M.Ed) | University of Northern British Columbia

Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #17913) | British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors

San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training: Core Mental Health 

BCACC Foundations of Supervision (40 hours) January 2021-April 2021 

Decolonizing Praxis: Supporting Survivors After Assault

Level One Narrative Therapy

CBT Basics

Understanding Grief with Nancy Reeves 

Crisis Intervention and De-escalation

Walking in Her Moccasins 

Working with Aboriginal Populations 

Sexual Assault Response Team Training 

Areas of Support

I have a special interest in working with individuals living with chronic illnesses, and those experiencing:

Chronic illness and pain management

Childhood sexual abuse

Recent sexual assault

Trauma recovery and PTSD

Burnout and compassion fatigue

Depression and grief/loss


Helping professionals - nurses, counsellors, social workers, etc.

Life transitions and big life decisions

Family dynamics

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