Our Mission.

To foster improved intra-personal and interpersonal connections that bring greater harmony to the individuals, families, organizations and communities we serve.

Our Team.


Lurline Raposo MA RCC RPT BCRPT-S

Clinical Director/ Registered Clinical Counsellor & Play Therapy Supervisor


Lurline has been working with children, youth and families for over 20 years. She is committed to helping families to better support their kids. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Play Therapist and a Play Therapy Clinical Supervisor. Lurline is a  BC Hear the Child Roster Member and a Family Court Assessor  - completing specialized training in family mediation, parenting coordination, needs of the child reporting and parent capacity assessment. 


Ladona Pinder BA MA (Candidate) RSW

Registered Social Worker/ Counselling Intern


Ladona has been working with children, youth and families  for more than 20 years. She is well-experienced to support attachment, behavioural difficulties, developmental differences and resolving family conflicts.  She is formally trained in Acceptance & Commitment therapy (ACT), Trauma-focused CBT and child & youth development.


Melissa Ketler BA MA ACC PROSCI

Life, Leadership & Executive Coach/ Consultant


Melissa is a Certified Coach who has spent 20+ years in leadership positions in a variety of industries. Her current role as a Manager of Leadership & Organizational Development in healthcare supports other professional leaders facing complex situations. Melissa completed her Masters degree in Leadership, holds Prosci Change Management Certification and Coaching Out of the Box training.

Our Values.



We appreciate the uniqueness of each person and family with whom we work, while thoughtfully considering the influence culture, identity, history and socio-political systems have on each of us.




The healing power of relationship is a foundational principle and we seek to cultivate true connections with clients, each other, and our community.




We are humans first and counsellors second. As humans who face suffering throughout our lives, as clinicians we can guide with this shared vulnerability.



We prioritize our professional learning while continuously striving to improve our practices and models to offer greater benefit to the clients we serve.




We believe “playfulness” is a cornerstone of healing and wellness. As such, clients of all ages are encouraged to incorporate humour, expressive arts, sand tray, sport, music, dance or other creative hobbies and pursuits into their therapeutic process.




We know that sustained emotional availability can only be achieved through balance and self-compassion. Clinicians and coaches must feel supported in prioritizing self-care to be effective and inspired in their work long term.