We are now able to offer in-person sessions in Vancouver, British Columbia, while adhering to safe social distancing. Online counselling is also available using an encrypted and approved virtual platform. Please call for more info or book a free consultation or session.
Couples Counselling, Marriage Counselling, Relationship Counselling in Vancouver, BC
At the very core of our work are four basic elements: authenticity, safety, respect, and hope.
We strictly adhere to the ethical standards of our profession and are committed to a ‘do-no-harm’ philosophy. We offer Couples Counselling, Marriage Counselling, and Relationship Counselling in Vancouver, BC
Communication & Trust | Self-Empowerment | Clear Structure
Goal Setting & Homework
Virtual Sessions Available
Specializing in Marriage, Relationship & Couples Counselling in Vancouver, BC
Our NO-NONSENSE tools and strategies are research-based (see our Counselling Approach) and are not designed to be band-aids for the current crisis but can serve to provide the skills with which to bring about lasting change. We work with our clients in creating personally relevant strategies, clearly explaining and describing their purpose throughout the process, de-mystifying what can easily become a “fuzzy and blurry” process.
At the Gilmour Group, we believe that you have to “DO” rather than “THINK” your way out of conflict. We are here to facilitate the “DOING”, guiding the process with honesty, respect, humor, and hope.
The underlying principles of our work are applicable to couples, marriage, relationship, and individual counselling.
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SOLUTIONS in Counselling
As you go through life, brother, Whatever be your goal: Keep your eye upon the doughnut, And not upon the hole. (Anonymous, 1998) This little snippet pretty well sums up my counselling approach in a nutshell. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is based on the...
“I’ve Been Dumped, I Can’t Breathe and I Need Hope”!
Preface: The following isn’t gender, age, race or sexual orientation-specific. I refer to the client as ‘they’ and to the boyfriend/girlfriend as the ‘partner’. The First Call I get the call from the client, I can tell right away they’re fighting to keep themselves...
To Leave or Not to Leave – A Tough Conversation
I often get clients coming in who are at a crossroads in terms of whether or not they should leave their relationship – these clients generally come in on their own initially so we aren’t having this conversation in front of their partner. This of course creates a...
We can be reached at 604-880-0941.
Dianne is accepting new clients and is honoured to support all clients using online/virtual platforms during these challenging days of mandatory social-distancing. She is also seeing clients in-person while strictly adhering to safety guidelines.