Registered Clinical Counsellors

Sharon Selby, B.Ed., MA, RCC

Sharon is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who has over 21 years experience working with children and youth from ages 3-20 years and their parents.  Sharon also facilitates psycho-educational groups for children with anxiety and self-empowerment concerns.  She is a Certified Adlerian Parent Facilitator and in addition to CBT uses art and play therapy to help children and youth express their emotions.  Sharon has been featured on Breakfast TV, TEDx, as St. John's Ambulance Expert-on-Air for Anxiety, and in many magazines and on many podcasts. For further information about Sharon, you can view her website at www.SharonSelby.com 

Tyler Milley, MA, RCC

Tyler is a registered clinical counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (#2886) and holds both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia. Tyler has over twenty years experience working with children, youth, and families, and works collaboratively with clients to develop and attain their goals. His friendliness and relational style create a warm environment where individuals, couples, and families are safe to explore the challenges they're facing and envision creative solutions. Tyler utilizes many of the proven methods found in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy while maintaining both Family Systems and Attachment perspectives. This ensures that families and individuals are known within their context and that changes made by an individual are sustainable within their family structure. Tyler has spent a significant amount of time doing humanitarian work in various countries all over the world. This, along with being a part of the adoptive community, has created a love and respect of different cultures which he brings into his counselling. Tyler was born and raised on the North Shore of Vancouver but has never owned a mountain bike. Regardless he continues to happily live there with his wife and three children.

Andrea Sharpe, M. Sc.

Andrea is a Behaviour Consultant with over 20 years experience working with people with developmental disabilities and their families. She completed her Masters in Health Psychology at the University of Southampton in England. She has worked as an intern in programs providing Applied Behaviour Analysis both in the UK and in California, before returning to Vancouver in 2001. Since then, she has worked as a Consultant in BC, Alberta, and Yukon. Andrea has completed a mentorship at Michelle Garcia Winner’s clinic for Social Thinking®, and specializes in developing social skills with a wide range of children and youth. In addition, she works with children and their families to develop strategies for reducing anxiety. Andrea does a combination of individual, group, and consulting work.

Rachel Trask, B.Ed., M. Ed.

Rachel is a counsellor who has over 10 years of experience providing support and guidance to children and their families.  She completed a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology at the University of British Columbia and has a teacher’s certificate from Simon Fraser University. Her approach to counselling draws on theories including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Attachment Theory and Positive Behaviour Support. When working with children, she primarily uses CBT, along with art and play therapy. She has gained experience and knowledge working with children and families in a variety of areas including anxiety, depression, separation and divorce, anger management, social skills, ADHD and ASD. Rachel’s true passion lies in providing support and guidance to children, and their families, who experience social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. She does this by focusing on the child’s individual needs, and working with parents and caregivers to meet their goals.

Eli Norman, MA, RCC

Eli is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who holds a Master of Arts Degree in Counselling Psychology.  He has over 15 years of experience working with children, youth, and families through government agencies, non-profit organizations, and faith communities. Eli uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Narrative Therapy to help clients develop new ways of thinking and create new narratives to overcome adversity.  When working with children and youth, Eli uses imagination and the client’s own creative problem-solving abilities to gain power over problems.  Eli lives on the North Shore with his wife and three children.  Eli’s own experience of having a daughter with Down Syndrome gives him a personal connection to children with special needs and their families.


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