We Can Help
With over 30 counsellors and therapists, we have provided specialized Trauma & PTSD Counselling all over the lower mainland for over 1000 motor vehicle accident (MVA) survivors, in addition to other non car accident related trauma.
To read about the impact motor vehicle related accident can have on your life and how counselling can help, see the article After the Accident, A Counsellor’s Guide to Dealing with ICBC. As ICBC Trauma Therapy Specialists, we will help you cope with your life situation.
Although our team specializes in trauma, each therapist also has their own secondary focus and passion such as: Couples and Marriage, Depression, Anxiety, Child/Youth Separation, Suicide, Codependency, Gender Identity, Developmental Disorders, Children and Parenting, Immigration, Hypnotherapy, Critical Incident Stress Management, Sex and Spirituality, Art Therapy, Youth Issues, Women’s Issues, Attachment concerns, Anger Management, Somatic Experiencing, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Students, Pregnancy, Birth & Post-partum, Grief & Loss, Family Intervention, life transitions, Diagnosis & Assessments Sensorimotor Therapy, Geriatric issues, Brief Therapy, Family Therapy, LGBT * TQQIA, Learning Disability, Social Learning, Autism, Family Systems, Play Therapy, Emotionally Focused Family Therapy, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, School Counselling, Workplace Counselling, Mind-Body-Spirit, Culture & Migration,Positive Psychology, Conflict Resolution, LGBTQ+, Low Cost Counselling and more.
Additionally, we offer services in languages other than English: French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Portugese, Spanish, Farsi, Hebrew, Russian, Turkish, Filipino (Tagalog), German, Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian, and Swahili.
At No Fear Counselling we strive to make counselling accessible to everyone. Funding is often provided through ICBC (Part 7 Funding), and for Part 7 coverage, we do not charge our clients any user fees. Other forms of coverage may be available if you work for a company that provides extended health benefits, or Employment Assessment Program (EAP). You may also be eligible through Work Safe, the Residential Historical Abuse Program, the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) or Crime Victim’s Assistance Program (CVAP)