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Corey Chan

Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia

Corey Chan

MEd in Counselling Psychology, Simon Fraser University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am dedicated to helping you address your concerns and issues and focus on what’s important to you. We do this on your terms and at your pace. Through an effective, non-judgemental, therapeutic relationship, I help you examine the different areas of your life and help you make practical and meaningful changes. Depending on your concerns, goals, and needs, I utilize a variety of clinical approaches and techniques to assist you. Approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused, Person Centred, Mindfulness and other modalities are customized to aid in your treatment.

Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia
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Nelson Szeto

Burnaby, British Columbia

Nelson Szeto

MA in Counselling Psychology (MCP), Adler School of Professional Psychology
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Attachment-based/systems-based that’s integrated in Adlerian, CBT, and EMDR approaches.
Working with anxiety, couples work, and parent-child family therapy. Trauma and abuse populations as well.

Burnaby, British Columbia
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