MEd, Registered Clinical Counsellor

Jasmine Gill

Jasmine has worked in the counselling field for several years, splitting her time between non-profit organizations and private health clinics. Her experience working in crisis lines and women’s sexual health clinics have allowed her to support those suffering from grief, depression, anxiety, various traumas, and other mental health concerns.

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Words to live by

What makes you vulnerable makes you beautiful.

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A little bit more about me


I completed a Master of Education degree in Counselling Psychology at UBC after completing my Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology and minor in Sociology, also from UBC. Since then, I have committed to further trainings in Emotion Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). 

Top three Specializations:

  • Relieving anxiety/depression
  • Healing from trauma
  • Processing life transitions 

Top Three Modalities of Therapy:

  • Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)
  • Person Centred
  • Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

Professional Clinical Counselling Certification

Certified with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors: Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)#: 16743

What do people say your biggest strength is?

I have been told that I have a calming and genuine presence, and that I can provide comfort in times of chaos and crisis. Past clients have told me they can feel my care for them.

Something you’re proud of (challenge you’ve overcome, etc.)?

I am proud to be an advocate for the things I believe strongly in, such as women’s rights and equality for historically oppressed groups. I feel very proud that I can bring those values into my work with people, and hope to be a source of safety for folks who are struggling within those areas.

One thing you’ve learned from working with people?

The importance of relationships – be it with significant others in one’s life, or with parts of oneself. That you can repair so many traumas by leaning into the hurt parts of yourself with compassion, while having a trusting and safe anchor there to help guide you through it. 

What/who inspires you?

My clients never cease to inspire me; I have worked with youth, adults and couples and with each person I have felt a deep respect and honour to bear witness to those parts of the self that are so intimate and often kept hidden. I am inspired by human connection and how valuable trust is! 

Favorite things to do:

Spending time with loved ones (including my cat), being in nature, cooking, reading and staying active are all things I enjoying doing in my free time. 

What would you tell a client who is meeting you for the first time?

This is your journey; you are in charge and you ultimately hold all the answers you need. I am here to help guide you and provide some structure, but I am not the expert. You are navigating the boat and I am the anchor that can provide moments of pause when the storm comes.

Primary Modalities used:

As many helping professionals, my journey into counselling started with my desire to help those closest to me who were suffering with their mental health. That blossomed into a deep desire to heal through the power of bearing witness. I have been a life-long listener, so this felt like the most natural fit. 

Additional therapies used

  • Trauma-informed
  • Internal family systems –  Attachment-based
  • Mindfulness