Registered Clinical Counsellors
Lianne Naguiat, MA, CCC-Q, Licensed ECE
Lianne is passionate about supporting individuals and families with diverse needs, especially providing support to the special needs community. Lianne pursued the Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program at Yorkville University to provide clinical counselling to improve and support the mental health of children and youth, adults, and couples/families. She is a Certified Canadian Counsellor and a Licensed Early Childhood Educator with a wealth of experience in working with families of children with autism as well as families of neuro-typical children. She has offered workshops in the areas of inclusive education and behavior intervention. In addition to working with families, Lianne has supported children and youth facing challenges related to anxiety, anger-management, social skills, and other behavioral and emotional issues. Through the graduate program that she has completed, Lianne brings her knowledge in providing support for adults and couples/families with issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, premarital and marital relationships, cultural transitions, social anxiety, family dysfunctions, loss and grief, and other life transitions and challenges.
By using principles and techniques from research-based approaches including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution-focused Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Positive Psychology, and Client-Centred Approaches, Lianne ensures to deliver an empathic, genuine, and unconditional support that puts the client’s needs first, whatever the client’s concerns may be. Lianne has applied for registration as a clinical counsellor with BCACC and is currently supervised by Dr. Sandy Sall PhD, RCC and Dr. Glen Davies R. Psych.