The Camp Kerry Counselling Team is a group of interdisciplinary therapists with expertise, experience and skill in helping individuals and families navigate the “upside-down world” of life-threatening illness, grief and loss. We offer compassionate spaces where people can freely express their individual experiences and find connection with others who have faced similar life challenges. We believe deeply in the healing power of a compassionate community that brings facilitators and participants together into a shared human experience of belonging, as we search for meaning in our losses and find the hope we need to move forward.
Currently, our Group Counselling Services are available at a variety of locations throughout the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Individual and Family Sessions are offered at our Head Office in New Westminster, BC. Home visits can be arranged.
Dr. Heather Mohan
Dr. Heather Mohan, our organization’s Founder, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Accredited Music Therapist with more than 20 years of experience working with children, youth and families who are facing illness, grief and loss. She has created and facilitated Counselling and Expressive Arts Therapy programs at a number of places including; Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, Lions Gate Hospital Palliative Care Program and Delta Hospice.
Brooke is an accredited music therapist with over ten years of experience working with children, youth and families in a variety of settings including BC Children’s Hospital. She has been with the Camp Kerry team since the organization began in 2007. She presently facilitates the Circles of Strength children’s groups, which run annually from October to June.
Aspen is an Accredited Music Therapist and one of the newest members of the Camp Kerry team. Since joining us in 2014, she has facilitated group support programs for bereaved children, youth and adults. In addition, she also directs our Community Choir program.
Rebecca is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who has been with the Camp Kerry team since 2010. She specializes in working with adults who are coping with grief & loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. She presently facilitates the Circles of Strength Adult Bereavement Support Groups, which run annually from October to June.
Anne is a Registered Social Worker with over twenty years of experience working with individuals and families in the Health Care Field. She has taught Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction at St. Paul’s Hospital, Burnaby Hospital Cancer Centre, and at Delta Hospice. She currently runs the Camp Kerry Mindfulness Program for persons living with terminal illness, loss, and grief.
Josh is a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counsellor with over 15 years of experience working in Addictions, Mental Heath, and Child & Youth Care. He has been a member of the Camp Kerry team since 2009. He is the founder and current coordinator of the Society’s Youth Program.
Kristen earned her bachelor’s degree from Capilano University and is an accredited music therapist through the Canadian Association of Music Therapy. Her professional practice currently takes her to several settings throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia where she specializes in palliative and hospice care, long-term dementia care, and bereavement care.
Currently, our Counselling Services are available at a variety of locations throughout the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Individual and Family Sessions are offered at our Head Office in New Westminster, BC. Home visits can be arranged.
In order to sustain our professional services and programs for children, youth and families we request that all participants make some level of program fee contribution. Our individual and family counselling rates are set in accordance with the recommended fee guidelines put forward by the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors ($130/hour). Many Extended Health Care Plans cover the fees of Registered Clinical Counsellors.
For those in need of financial assistance, we are more than happy to talk with you about making a contribution that fits with your comfort level. This simply involves a short, confidential phone call to our office to discuss your concerns with our Administrative Coordinator. You can be assured that no individual or family is ever turned away from a Camp Kerry program or service due to an inability to pay.
Make An Appointment
For inquiries or to book an appointment please contact our Head Office by phone or email. Please note that initial phone consultations with our counsellors are provided at no cost.