Registered Social Worker
I am grateful to be able to conduct work and be located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc.
Randine is a relatable, modern mom. She gets the journey of navigating obstacles in life and coming through more self-aware, confident, and stronger than ever before. She understands that it is normal to feel uncertain or lost at times. Life stressors can feel unraveling.
With over 20 years of counselling experience, Randine compassionately and non-judgmentally meets people where they are. She knows that people are doing their best to try to manage their life situations and that sometimes people feel stuck.
Randine acknowledges the courage it takes to get help and is committed to making the counselling process feel safe, supportive, and rewarding. She helps people get unstuck, make better sense of their circumstances, and move forward with increased confidence.
Therapeutic Approaches: Randine’s approaches to practice are rooted in attachment, trauma awareness, compassionate inquiry, and acceptance & commitment therapy. During her long-standing career, Randine has worked in Mental Health and Substance Use, instructed at Thompson Rivers University, taught Trauma-Informed Practice, has been a parenting consultant and a practice lead for Interior Health. She is a published author, lifetime learner, podcast enthusiast, and a fellow traveler through the journey of life. Randine looks forward to meeting with you.
Degrees: Bachelor of Social Work – University of Victoria (1995) (Mental Health/Addictions Focus); Masters of Arts – Child and Youth Care – University of Victoria (2006) (Attachment/Family Focus) REGISTRATION: BCCSW (2011), BCASW (2021).
Additional Training: Level 1 & 2 – Making Sense of Kids & Resilience – Dr. Gordon Neufeld; Compassionate Inquiry Course – Dr. Gabor Maté; Acceptance & Commitment Therapy; Polyvagal Theory; Trauma-Informed Practice; Solution Focused Therapy.