Discover a happier, more resilient you.

Online counselling for women in BC. Get help from a registered counsellor to overcome obstacles, feel empowered and create positive change in your life.


Online counselling for women in BC

Get the help you need to cultivate happiness, resilience, and personal growth in all areas of your life.
Individual Counselling

Explore your thoughts and emotions, gain self-awareness, and develop effective coping strategies to improve your mental and emotional well-being.

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Couples Counselling

Build a more resilient relationship by improving communication, deepening intimacy, and learning effective conflict resolution skills.

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Break free from the negative thought patterns and behaviours that can result from past traumatic experiences.

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Evidence-based approaches

Our registered practitioners use therapeutic approaches that have been proven effective at treating a variety of mental health concerns.

Safe & inclusive support

We strive to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work. We support those who identify as women, non-binary, or gender non-conforming.

Convenient online format

Get clinical counselling support from wherever you may be. No wait time or commute required. All you need is a laptop, phone or tablet.

Personalized matching

We'll match you with a counsellor who is best suited to meet your unique needs, challenges, and personal preferences.

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1. Select a therapist or ask us to match you

Choose a counsellor to work with, or fill out our match request form and we'll suggest someone who best fits your needs.

2. Book your session or consultation

Virtual counselling makes it easier to find the time to fit a session into your schedule. Choose a date and time that's convenient for you.

3. Receive personalized counselling support

Work with your therapist to overcome obstacles and begin your journey towards healing and growth.

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Areas of support

Talk therapy for all of life's challenges

Whether you're struggling with anxiety, feeling burnt out, or adjusting to a significant change, we're here to support you every step of the way.


Anxiety can be overwhelming and disruptive, no matter how it manifests for you. Get help understanding the root causes of your anxiety and walk away with strategies for managing it effectively.


Trauma can impact an individual's ability to trust, function and heal. Whether it's from a single incident or from an ongoing situation, we will move forward at your pace to find safety, healing, trust and self-compassion.

Life Transitions

Things change. People change. Whether self initiated or due to external circumstances, change can be difficult to navigate.  Having support in your corner can lessen the burden during these transitions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's on your mind?

Get the answers you need to feel confident in taking the first step towards making a positive change in your life.

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How do you know when it's time to try counselling?

You may notice that you are not feeling like yourself lately. Perhaps your mood is suffering. Maybe you are not performing at your best, at home or at work. Possibly, you wish that your relationships felt more satisfying and connected. Whatever you find yourself struggling with, Cadence can help.

Are all of your counsellors registered?

Yes, all of our counsellors are registered health professionals. Our team is made up of both Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC) and Registered Social Workers (RSW), and all have met the qualifications and standards set by their respective regulatory bodies in order to provide counselling services.

How does online counselling work?

In many ways online counselling is much simpler than seeing a therapist in person. However, there are some things to keep in mind. You will need a secure internet connection, a computer, tablet or phone, as well as a private place to attend the session. Before your appointment time your counsellor will send you a link to a private online meeting. Just click the link at the start time and you are good to go. You may need to turn your computer camera on and make sure your speakers and microphone are set up, so it is a good idea to click the link a few minutes early the first time.

What will happen in the first session?

The first session is when you and your therapist learn about each other. You will have a chance to explain what is going on for you in a supportive, nonjudgmental space. Your therapist will listen carefully, ask clarifying questions, and begin to understand what is going well and not-so-well in your life. Your counsellor may ask about your previous experiences in counselling, so they can discover what works for you and what does not. By the end of the session both you and your therapist will have a better idea of what your work together will entail and how you can move forward in the therapeutic relationship. Of course, you can ask your therapist any questions you have about their training, experience and approach at any time.

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