Family Preservation & Reunification Program Counsellors
A Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors and Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. She holds a Masters Degree in Counselling from City University of Seattle.
An area that Fion is very passionate about, is working with couples, elderly and families. She finds great importance in taking the time to understand and to appreciate the difficulties each individual in the family may struggle with on a daily basis, and helps them establish coping strategies to gain a sense of control over their ever changing lives. Living in a multicultural city, Fion is also aware of cultural differences and she sees great value in integrating these understandings in her work with clients. Fion strives to create a safe, supportive, non-judgmental and compassionate environment to allow clients to be their full selves and share their experiences as their own.
My name is King-lok Choi. I am a clinical counsellor. I came to Vancouver from Hong Kong in 2002. I have a background in education and counseling and have quite ample working experiences with children and their families. I have two adolescents at home and would like to share and exchange our views and experiences with other parents.
Steve Dolson is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors and holds a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology. He serves as a counsellor on the Family Preservation and Reunification team, where he offers evidence-based treatment approaches for individuals affected by a wide variety of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, developmental and learning disabilities, and life concerns. Steve has extensive experience in a wide variety of settings and blends a cognitive behavioural and life skills approach to clients unique needs. Steve’s client-centered approach is influenced by the mind-body connection and cognitive behaviour treatment modalities.
Kelly has been a counsellor at Touchstone Family Association for ten years. She believes in the African proverb that it takes a village to raise a child. She works from an eclectic approach using various modalities in her practice. When Kelly isn't working she enjoys an active lifestyle with her husband and two children.
Selina is a Clinical Counsellor and has worked with Touchstone Family Association since February 1998. She is dedicated and experienced in working with individuals, couples, families and psycho-educational groups. She is a certified facilitator of Touchstone’s Restorative Justice Program.
Jeff is a Clinical Counsellor and member of the Family Preservation and Reunification team at Touchstone Family Association. Jeff holds a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia. Through compassion and insight, Jeff is dedicated to help nurture client well-being. Jeff utilizes evidence-based practices to help facilitate change, empowerment, and goal-attainment based on clients’ needs.
Cheryl is an Adult, Youth & Child Counsellor / FASD/CDBC Keyworker, she provides individual and family counselling for FASD/CDBC specific clients, provides FASD/CDBC educational presentations, and facilitates an FASD/CDBD parent support group.
I am inspired by the way the theraputic relationship can transform lives.
Sandeep Nagra is a Clinical Counsellor in the Family Preservation and Reunification Program. Sandeep has her Masters of Arts in Human Development from Laurentian University and a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler School of Professional Psychology. She also has a Bachelors of Arts, Honours in Psychology from York University. Sandeep has had the experience of working in the areas of trauma, domestic violence and abuse, mental health and addictions. In addition, she has experience facilitating parenting and empowerment groups.
I am privileged by the opportunity to be a part of a client’s journey. I am inspired by the opportunity to help facilitate and witness the incredible strength that clients show as agents of change bringing about self-awareness and growth.
Frankie is dedicated and very passionate about his counselling career, he believes in a holistic approach in helping clients facilitating change and empowerment based on his clients' need. He holds a B.A. of UBC in Psychology, and furthers his education in Masters of Counselling Program at Adler School of Professional Psychology.
Frankie feels grateful he has the opportunity to serve in the community he lives and grow up in. He enjoys playing basketball when he isn't working.
Dara Rosenzveig has been working with Touchstone Family Association since 1996. For her first three years she worked with adolescents and their families at Francis House, an adolescent therapeutic group home run by TFA. Since 1999 Dara has been working with adolescents, children and their families in Richmond to support their well being, nurturing closer connections and helping parents have more choices in how they parent their children. Dara also co-facilitates the Children’s Social Skills Group which supports children with learning new social skills. Dara is trained as an Art Therapist which she utilizes in some of her work with individuals and families.
No man is an island, but I was born on one. My early experiences growing up as an immigrant in the diverse community of east Vancouver has positioned me to be compassionate towards children and their traumatic experiences. My passion is to support children everywhere, including here in Richmond. I have been working with Touchstone Family Association since 1995.
Teresa is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with degrees in Psychology, Criminology and Counselling Psychology. She is also a trained Restorative Justice Facilitator. Teresa enjoys working with a variety of families, especially those with young children. Teresa lives in West Richmond with her husband and son.