Free, confidential, multilingual services are available to British Columbians struggling with their own or family member’s gambling.
Flexible, accessible support and treatment services are available throughout BC.
- Any British Columbian can access the free services regardless of age, language spoken, location, or gambling status;
- Individual, couples, and family support services are available;
- Group therapy and intensive day treatment programs are available.
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About our team of counsellors
Clinical counsellors working through the Program have at least a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology or Social Work from an accredited university.
Our team of clinical counsellors are active members in either the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors or the Canadian Psychotherapy and Counselling Association.
Our counsellors with Master’s degrees in Social Work hold a Clinical designation as part of their degree; they are active members in the BC College of Social Workers.
Many of our counsellors have been working with the Program for a number of years. We have male and female counsellors; members of our team can deliver services in Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese and Punjabi. We also have Indigenous counsellors who specialize in working with Aboriginal communities and community members.