Trauma Counselling Program (TCP)


Sources trauma counselling offers a wide variety of counselling modalities (EMDR, DBT, CBT, OEI, Somatic Experiencing, etc.) . We have a team of counsellors who are registered clinical counsellors with a master’s degree in counselling and psychology. We serve men, women and youth living on their own. Counselling can be covered by extended benefits, CVAP, ICBC and other specialized funding programs.

We offer counselling (individual and group) for:

• Historical trauma
• Interpersonal violence
• Sexual assault
• 2SLGBTQIA+ issues
• Anxiety and depression

Our experienced trauma counsellors provide individual and group counselling for those who identify as women including CIS, trans, two-spirit and non-binary who have experienced sexual assault, childhood trauma, and/or intimate partner abuse.

On our trauma counselling team, we are fortunate to have a group of therapists with a wide variety of skills, training, and personalities. We have, in common, that we all rely on the latest trauma research which clearly shows us that we don’t need to dig up the past in order to live a better life. Instead, we focus on how you’ve coped so far and provide strategies and resources to help you live more fully. We work collaboratively to instill new skills and resources that help our clients cope and develop new strategies for the future. Our past clients breathe more deeply and are pleased to find that they have more control over their lives. We want that for you, too! Are you ready for something new?

We strive to prevent and treat the negative impact of violence on women and children in our community. Women who have experienced violence have the opportunity to heal from their wounds in a safe, non-oppressive environment. Counselling combines the most up-to-date trauma treatment practices with the principles of intersectional theory and practices. We offer counselling in three distinct formats; short term crisis counselling, mid-term trauma counselling and group counselling. We also do community presentations and outreach if you or your organization wishes to learn more about trauma informed approaches.

If the counselling fee creates a financial hardship for you, please let us know and we can make alternative arrangements.  Payment can be made using Visa, Mastercard, cash or electronic fund transfer.


Women who have experienced a physical assault by an intimate partner or a sexual assault within the past six months are eligible for up to eight sessions of immediate crisis counselling. We emphasize your safety and emotional stability through solution-focused counselling and emotional support.


Impacted individuals may experience extended periods of depression, anxiety/panic, low self-esteem and relational difficulties related to traumatic stress. We provide mid-term one-to-one counselling for those who need more support to recover from the effects of traumatic stress, depression and anxiety.


We strongly encourage you to participate in our groups. Groups help to lessen feelings of shame and isolation. They also help build positive connections and relationships. Women report that the group experience is an especially self-empowering one. Check out our current and upcoming groups online! A nominal fee is required to participate.

This program receives funding from the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.


This is a referral form for community agencies/Fraser Health or other service providers only. Please fill out this form and email it to the trauma counselling program.

Unfortunately we do not accept self-referrals this way. Self-referrals can call the intake line 604-335-5035 or email


Please visit the new Men’s Counselling website for up to date services offered to men. You can also call 604-355-5035 to get more information

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