Pacific Therapy and Consulting:Register Clinical Counsellors, Therapists, Comox Valley

Registered Clinical Counsellors

Serving: Courtenay, Comox,Cumberland, Campbell River, and surrounding areas.

Contact us at 250-338-2700 or

Extended Health, EAP, ICBC, WorksafeBC, Crime Victims Assistance claims accepted. Please contact us for more information.


Counsellors servicng Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland and surrounding areas


Our therapists can provide help for depression, anxiety, marriage and relationships, stress, trauma, abuse, grief, parenting, behaviour problems, illness, chronic pain and other concerns. 

We offer cognitive behavioural therapy, play therapy, narrative therapy, solution focused therapy and much more. All of our therapist's are committed to working collaboratively with you throughout your process.  

We offer confidential, compassionate and comprehensive services.  

Contact us today at 250-338-2700 or to find out how we can help.

SHIFT  Low Cost Counselling

Please call 250-338-2700 or email for more information

Consult a Counsellor Articles

Every couple of weeks our therapists respond to reader's letters and the articles are published in our local newspaper.  We are in the process of posting those articles on our blog (Consult A Counsellor). We welcome your comments and reactions to our articles and you can send them through the blog. 

PDF versions will also be posted on this site for people to print if they would like. Please follow the link on our Resources and Links page.   Check back often for articles as we work to make them all available online. 

The most recent article was in response to the question below.

Parents are Dreading Kindergarten in the Fall 

Q: We have three children and our middle child, who has just turned five, is having some problems. She gets upset when we try to leave her with anyone else and refuses to go and play if we are anywhere except our own house. She also has trouble going to bed and will try to get one of us to stay with her until she falls asleep. At this point we are dreading kindergarten in the fall. We have tried rewards and we have tried just leaving her to tough it out. Neither has helped. We are looking for new ideas.
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