“I believe that challenges in life are experiences we go through to make us stronger. My job is to help you find the steps you need to address the adversity you face and to assist your learning from these experiences.”
Chasidy Karpiuk, MA, RCC, CCC, CAP is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who has been working with mental health issues since the early 2000’s. She is currently enrolled at Adler University studying to become a Psychologist by completing the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Chasidy’s clinical work is with adults, families and couples facing challenges related to various areas in life (i.e., The Adlerian Five Tasks of Life: work/school, relationships/intimacy, friendships, spirituality, and self-care). The following are some examples of topics she has successfully worked on with clients: addictions (substance, gaming, sex etc.), relationships, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, stress reduction, life balance and family relationships.
RCC=Registered Clinical Counsellor
CCC=Certified Canadian Counsellor
CAP= Certified Adlerian Practitioner
Chasidy sees clients from her North Vancouver office at 16th and Lonsdale (above the HSBC at #200-101 West 16th). To book an appointment, Chasidy’s direct contact number is 604-377-8175.
Please be advised that initial the appointment with Chasidy is 75 minutes and the investment is $210. Chasidy will send forms to complete prior to the first session. This helps her to understand you as a unique person and helps to inform treatment (it also saves time and money). Subsequent appointments are 50 minutes and are $150. Appointments can be paid by cash, e-transfer or cheque. In some cases a sliding fee may be available. The cancellation policy requires that 48 hours notice is required to change appointments otherwise the full rate of the session will be charged.
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