Areas of practice
- Abuse - Emotional, Physical, Sexual
- Anxiety and/or Panic
- Bullying - School
- First Nations Issues
- Gender Identity Issues
- LGBTQ Issues
- Life Transitions
- Parent/Teen Conflict
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Racism Issues
- Teen Adjustment Issues
- Transgender Identity and Adaptation
- Trauma Counselling
- Adolescent Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Cross Cultural Therapy
- Internal Family Systems
- Mindfulness approaches
- Motivational Interviewing
- Narrative Therapy
- ONLINE / VIRTUAL / TELEHEALTH COUNSELLING
- Telephone Counselling
- Video Counselling
Counselling practice website:www.twofeatherwellness.com
Two Feather Wellness practice is VIRTUAL and sessions are held through the JaneApp.
Cheyenne Fox Tree-McGrath (RSW, LCSW, MSW) (she/her) is a 2 Spirit Indigenous woman from the Arawak nation, who specializes in supporting LGBTQ+ individuals, families, and organizations working toward a sense of harmony. This work occurs on the unceded and stolen Coast Salish Territory; the traditional territories of the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations, also known as Vancouver Canada. As an Indigenous person who works in the mental health field, she has extensive experience decolonizing traditional therapeutic techniques to work for Indigenous individuals, families, youth, and communities. Seeking support can often feel challenging and overwhelming on its own. Having to find a provider that has a deep understanding of the multiple intersecting identities, understands the spectrums of sexuality and gender can also feel especially discouraging.
Clients who work with Cheyenne are invited to form an identity-affirming and culturally safe place and partnership to help them in their journey towards their own goals. She recognizes how important relationships are with your counselor and strives to build a strong foundation with her clients so they feel seen, heard, and safe. She is a fierce advocate for her communities and is never afraid to speak up, challenge, or question the way things are being done. She strives to leave spaces healthier and better
Cheyenne’s approach blends elements of mindfulness, body awareness, neurobiology, and trauma-informed care. She also puts a lot of her focus on building a relationship and getting to know you, so she can meet you where you are at in your journey, whatever that may be. Cheyenne has training in an array of therapeutic approaches including Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Two-Eyed Seeing, Traditional Indigenous teachings and medicines, and Trauma Treatment. She understands how culture itself is healing for indigenous people and it can be important for many people to redefine what that means for themselves, and integrate it.
Cheyenne is registered with First Nation Health Authority and can submit directly to your benefits. If you are Indigenous and need help accessing it she can help you with that as well!
- Two-eyed Seeing
- HRT Assessments
Client fee individuals:155