Chloe is passionate about providing a safe, non-judgmental, and compassionate space for growth to occur. She honours your emotional experiences and will help you identify themes and patterns that may be preventing you from moving forward. When working with Chloe, you will collaboratively work to build a strong sense of self-awareness while building a safe relationship that centers on your well-being and gives voice to your experiences.
Approach to Counselling
Chloe’s approach to counselling draws on humanistic modalities, specifically existential therapy principles. She integrates a trauma informed, socially just and culturally responsive approach to her sessions in which she honours the unique and diverse identity narratives and life experiences each client holds. Chloe will help you explore how your past, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and behaviours contribute to your current struggles, while exploring different ways of being that invite greater opportunity for joy, freedom, meaning and connection. With a curious and empathetic attitude, Chloe will work collaboratively with you, at your pace, to help you find clarity, meaning and help you uncover the tools you already have within you to move through each day more authentically.
Chloe is a Registered Clinical Counsellor in good standing with the British Columbian Association of Clinical Counsellors.
Education and Experience
Since a young age, Chloe has had a strong drive to alleviate the suffering of others. This drive, combined with passion for understanding human nature led her to pursue undergraduate studies in psychology and counselling at Kwantlen Polytechnic University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. She is currently studying at Adler University in the hopes of obtaining her master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. Her formal education is enriched by volunteering in diverse settings including crisis responder at the Kids Help Phone and numerous positions at the BC Family Justice Innovation Lab.