Counselling Vancouver - Neurodiversity In Person Counselling, Psychologists, Therapists in Vancouver, Grandview-Woodland

Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity describes people whose brains develop or works differently for some reason. These individuals have different strengths and struggles than people whose brains develop or work more typically. 

In Person Counselling

In-person counseling involves face-to-face meetings between a counsellor and a client in an actual physical office, allowing for direct interpersonal connection and non-verbal cues. Virtual counseling takes place online, often through video calls or messaging platforms, offering convenience and accessibility but potentially limiting some aspects of personal interaction and body language interpretation.  Many counsellors offer both but may need to switch primarily to online/virtual counselling if public health advisories are in effect.

Julia Hewko

M.C., RCC
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Hello, my name is Julia, and I am a Counsellor helping clients with a variety of challenges, such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, life transitions, parenting support, postnatal mental health,... Read more