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Dr. Michael Dadson Ph.D., Counselling Psychology

Michael Dadson


Dr. Michael Dadson (Mike Dadson), Ph.D.

Dr. Mike Dadson completed his Ph.D. specializing in trauma, men’s mental health issues and trauma recovery With a “down to earth” approach, Michael Dadson values the integrity of his clients, and makes the counselling experience for his clients as relaxing, comfortable and effective as possible. Dr. Dadson will prioritize making his clients counselling experience non-judgemental and professional in an accepting space.


  • University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Counselling Psychology, November, 2013
    Research question: “How do men construct the process of therapeutic repair
    from trauma experienced in their relationship with their fathers?
    Title: Stories of our fathers: Men’s recovery from intergenerational injuries.
    Supervisor: Dr. Marv Westwood, Dr. Marla Buchanan and Dr. David Kuhl
  • M.A . Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada
    Counselling Psychology, May, 2005
    Research question: “What is the lived experience of being in a close
    relationship with one’s father?”
    Title: The stories of father and child closeness
    Supervisor: Dr. Marv MacDonald and Dr. Jessica Ball



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Gentle Currents Counselling and Neurofeedback
Belmont Centre
#109 20103 40th Avenue
Langley BC, V3A 2W3
(778) 554-0174



  • Recognition of Outstanding Service to Children In Care. Ministry of Children and Families 2009.
  • Graduate Intern Supervisor: 2003-2018.
    Supervise over 30 MA graduate counselling students in their internship program
    from 4 different universities programs over 15 years.
  • National Delegate: Swim Canada, (Edmonton, AB; St. Johns, NB; Toronto, ON) 2004-
    2007. Swimming Canada serves as the national governing body representing Olympic
    and World competitive swimmers and swimming events.
    • Success of the club resulted in many swimmers winning international
    awards and one of our swimmers being ranked 4th in the world. Both swimmers and
    coaches represented Canada and our club by competing at the Pan American,
    Commonwealth, World Finals and the Olympic Games.
  • Club was awarded major grants ($120,000.00 over three years) promoting our sport
    and honoring our success.
  • Board Member: A.C.T.S. (African Community Technical Services), Vancouver, BC.
    • Partner travelled to Africa with a team; together we reviewed policies, offered
    direction and supported the agency’s vision and goals.
    • A.C.T.S. works to provide technical services to third world African countries
    focusing on developing and maintaining clean water source and providing medical
    care for impoverished communities.