Jennifer-Lee Koble Counselling
The first steps towards healing can feel scary.
Maybe this is your first time reaching out for a therapeutic connection or maybe you have had many others. Beginnings can be an uncomfortable place. Finding the right person to work with is important.
My name is Jennifer-Lee Koble. I am Métis on my mother’s side and of mixed European ancestry on my father’s side.
For over twenty years, I have had the privilege of accompanying people through profound life transitions, through times of trauma, grief, mental health struggles, substance misuse, birthing, parenting, marital struggles and terminal illness. These relationships have informed how I practice and I feel gratitude to all those who have invited me to support and celebrate their healing and growth.
My clinical approach is strengths-based, relational, collaborative, compassionate, and trauma informed. Together we will create an environment where healing is possible, where you can come to hear and trust your inner knowing.
All that life brings is welcome in our therapeutic relationship. I look forward to connecting with you.
I have a Bachelors (BSW) and Masters degree from UBC School of Social Work (MSW) and I am registered with the BC College of Social Workers (RSW #11639).
Trainings that inform my practice are Bodynamic-Somatic Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing Therapy, Family Systems Theory, Attachment Theory, Narrative Therapy and Indigenous Focusing-Oriented Therapy and Complex Trauma.
I am an approved service provider with the BC Crime Victim Assistance Program and First Nations Health Authority: Mental Health Benefits Program. I have experience working with those who have survived and live with the experiences of Indian Residential Schools, 60’s Scoop, and other impacts of colonization.