Brandi Woods

Clinical Counsellor, Play Therapist

About Brandi

I wholeheartedly trust that every individual has the innate ability to heal when met with genuine support in a safe, empathetic, and collaborative environment. Through a trauma-informed, culturally sensitive approach, I hope to walk alongside you on your healing journey.

I aim to foster a strong therapeutic relationship built on trust and authenticity. My approach is holistic, person-centred, and strengths-based. I draw on evidence-based techniques from emotion-focused, mindfulness, and play therapies. I take great care to provide neurodivergent and gender-affirming therapy, and I believe individual differences are to be respected and celebrated.

I attained my graduate degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler University and an undergraduate degree at Simon Fraser University, with a major in Psychology and a minor in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology. My formal education and personal life experiences have provided me with a unique perspective on the complex mind-body connection. 

Over the past decade, I have worked in the community with children and adolescents, both neurodiverse and neurotypical. I am passionate about working with the next generation and am deeply honoured when I am given the opportunity to help a child or adolescent flourish.

At the start of your therapeutic journey, we will collaborate on individualized goals that align with your needs. While therapy is a temporary process, and my greatest desire for all my clients is for them to arrive at a place where they feel they no longer need me, my door is always open. 

I look forward to meeting you and supporting you on your path to wellness.

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