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Tricia Jeranie

Tricia Jeranie is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. Tricia holds a Master of Counselling degree from City University in Vancouver. She views counselling as a collaborative process that requires both an effort and a desire to work toward change. Tricia’s therapeutic approach stems from a postmodern and social justice lens–although she views therapy as integrative.

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Tricia carries a space of safety and curiosity, knowing that you are the only person who can voice your experience. She incorporates Person Centered Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy into her sessions.

Tricia works with teens 15+, individuals, couples, and families. Her specialties include Couples Counselling and Men’s Emotional Health. Tricia is a 2SLGBTQI+ affirming and sex-positive counsellor.

Some of Tricia’s lived experiences include systemic racism, chronic pain, religious deconstruction, and marital transition. When Tricia is not in the therapy room, you can find her at a local coffee shop or having a quiet night at home. She also enjoys taking pictures with her film camera, painting, and spending time with those close to her.


  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology—Trinity Western University

  • Human Services Certificate–Trinity Western University

  • Master of Counselling—City University

  • EFIT Essentials: Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy–ICEEFT
    –As of 2024, EFIT Levels 1 & 2 have now been replaced with EFIT Essentials

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Level 1–The Gottman Institute

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Level 2–The Gottman Institute

  • Integrating Sex & Couples Therapy: Common Issues in Couples and Relational Sex

  • Therapy–Allura Sex Therapy Centre

  • How to Identify and Treat Dissociation (Even When it’s Subtle)–NICABM


In-Person & Virtual Appointments

  • Monday, Wednesday


  • Anxiety

  • Relationship and marriage distress

  • Men’s mental health, anger

  • Caregiver burnout

  • Depression

  • Exploring beliefs and values

  • Religious deconstruction

  • Sexuality

  • Sex and intimacy

  • Parental support

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