Are you curious about what former students have to say?
A sampling of Graduates’ testimonials and success stories…
Elizabeth D. is contracted to provide mental health services to several First Nations reserves in remote areas.
Barb V. is using her therapeutic skills in her work as a private investigator.
Sandra L. is employed as a counsellor in a women's transition house, and provides funeral celebrant services in the Okanagan area.
Jim W. is contracted by several major corporations to provide employee assistance in the Okanagan. Additionally, he is the national president of the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.
Kim B. works full time as a supervisor in a mental health agency providing support counselling services.
Marlene A. manages a thriving telephone counselling practice and provides IT support to other professionals in the process of starting their own practices.
Melanie W. is employed in a specialized program for autistic children while she pursues her Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
Vicki H. is a care manager and counsellor for an employee assistance program in the Okanagan. She also maintains a private practice focusing on aftercare for a well-known addictions treatment program.
Michelle L. uses her counselling skills in a First Nations agency, working on the reserve with children and adolescents in foster care.
Damon G. uses his counselling skills in hostage negotiations on a global scale.
Germaine R. offers therapy specializing in loss and grief, and provides support and closure to grieving families through celebrant services.
Janice P. currently holds the position of Executive Director of a 15 bed women's transition house in the Okanagan Similkameen
Chelsea S. works as a student advisor and administrator at a career college. She also is in private practice specializing in online counselling.
Debra M. is providing individual and group counseling for teenage mothers and teaching parenting skills at a Family Services agency.
Donna D. is working for the Salvation Army offering individual counseling and support groups for homeless men.
Ed M. operates a private practice specializing in trauma counseling. He also received a government contract to teach life skills and provide employment counseling to individuals on public assistance. Ed is the president of the KCPC alumni association.
Aaron M. opened a private practice in the Okanagan Valley. He receives referrals from local professionals and the medical community.
Farrah Lee is working at the Brain Injury Society in a new program that provides counseling for homeless people who suffer from brain injuries.
Kelly B. works in Northern BC providing career counselling to her Band members and youth.