Jeanette Dadson is a dedicated and empathetic, Certified Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) Technician and former nurse with 20+ years’ experience in clinic, hospital, and community health care settings.
An effective and compassionate communicator, Jeanette has a proven history of building positive communication with patients, families/care givers, the public, medical staff and members of interprofessional care teams. Jeanette is able to foster and maintain positive relationships with diverse and multi ethnic populations while professionally supporting patient/client dignity.
While Michael has certification in the LENS technique, his focus is on pyschotherapy and promoting the personal and spiritual growth of others. His affiliations include BC Association of Clinical Counselors, Ministry of Children and Families, Intensive Child Care Resources, and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). Michael is honored to have served as the National Executive and Clinical Director of the Veterans Transition Network (VTN) from 2014 – 2018. His heart-centered approach allows him to be compassionately present with others. This understanding, support and respect frees individuals to find real life resolutions.
An experienced clinical counsellor, Carlie Dinwoodie’s roots are grounded within community organizations including: SOS Children’s Village BC – working with children in foster care coping with trauma, Langley Community Services Society- assessing client needs and strengths, evaluating clients, and creating treatment plans, South Fraser Pregnancy Options Centre – providing counselling, advocacy and support
Ishani Chakravorty’s clinical skills are supported by training in neuroscience, psychology and counselling competencies. As a clinical supervisor and counsellor, Ishani is an experienced behaviour interventionist, counselling clients from diverse backgrounds with a wide variety of concerns by using a combination of person-centred therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy and existential therapies resulting in positive client outcomes. Ishani has successfully conducted men’s group therapy, providing psychoeducation and mental health support.
Susan Ngo’s counselling and support background spans eight years working with community organizations and government. This encompasses: The Elizabeth Fry Society, Women’s Resource Society of the Fraser Valley, Ministry for Children and Families, Children and Youth with Special Needs, Aunt Leah’s Independent Life Skills Society, Moving Forward Family Services and the Surrey School District.
Mansoureh (Mana) Charkhandeh has more than 8 years work experience in various fields related to human mental health, and in psychotherapy centers for (adults, children and families) treating mood disorders such as depression, anxiety & panic disorders, OCD, PTSD, sleep and eating disorders, emotions and perceptions disorders, substance use disorders, behavioral difficulties and family conflict.