Coquitlam Counselling – Counsellor, Steven Keeler
I provide counselling to couples, individuals, families, children, adolescents and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Burnaby and New Westminster. Some areas I help people work on are:
- Relationship Healing
- Couples Treatment
- Parent and Child/Teen Relationships
- Men’s Issues
- Military and Veterans Transitions
- Anger Resolution
- PTSD and Trauma
- Family Issues
- Communication Skills
- Substance Abuse
- Teens and Children
- Parenting Skills
- Spiritual Issues
- Grief and Loss
- Anxiety and Depression
- Personal Growth
- Life Transitions
- Performance Enhancement (including corporate/business/NASCAR)
- International Corporate Consultations/Trainings.
Education: I have a Master of Science in Psychology with a focus on Marriage, Family, Child Therapy from the California State University, Chico. I have additional training (and have been recognized for excellence) in the Human Validation Process Model-Family Systems Therapy (ongoing since 1994), Enactment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy.
- Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) #13218
- Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) #5926
- Registered Provider for Crime Victim Assistance Program
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) #36736
- Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) #1412
I am also a member in good standing of the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC), Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) and the California Association of Marriage, Family Therapists (CAMFT). In the past, I held the office of vice-president of the Satir Institute for Human Potential.
Experience: I bring to private practice, my experience working with individuals, families, children and adolescents in a variety of settings including community counselling centers, many years of private practice counseling, counseling students at the Psychological Health and Wellness Center at California State University (Chico), many elementary and secondary school settings (grades K-12), numerous military installations, Substance Abuse Counseling Center and as a medical social worker for Enloe Hospital to name a few.
In addition, I am a trainer/consultant for the National Office of Refugee Resilience; a Military and Family Life Consultant and a team member of the Veteran’s Transition Program (Canada).
Fees: Fees will be discussed at the time of our contact.
Coquitlam Counselling – Availability: Weekdays/evenings and weekends upon request.
Coquitlam: 201-1070 Ridgeway Avenue
To set up a consultation/appointment please contact me:
Vancouver/Tri City Area: Phone 778-986-2552
Testimonials From Counselling Clients
Clients say that as a result of seeing Steven, they experience themselves as having a renewed sense of purpose, direction, more freedom, peace, energy, vitality and a stronger connection to their own life force.
“Steven is a detailed, careful, sympathetic and respectful consultant/therapist, who takes a no-nonsense approach to his work, but who is very adept at recognizing the goals and aims of his clients. He has a clear sense of how to help others reach those goals with a minimum amount of stress while developing a positive self image in pursuit of a worthy and fulfilling lifestyle. He can be an excellent help to virtually any company or business that needs to empower itself and its employees. He also has excellent skills in dealing with major life traumas. Though he does not give up easily when confronted with a challenge, and he is an excellent therapist for a wide variety of issues and problems, if he cannot help someone, he will be the first to recognize it and pass one on to someone with the required skills.”
“Steven is a caring, bright therapist. His joy of life comes through in his work. His experience with a wide variety of people in many contexts has taught him how to be creative and adaptive as a teacher and as a therapist. He loves racing cars and he brings that same kind of energy to his work – both deal with change and the unknown. Steven’s job is to help people navigate through their process of change.”
“It takes work, because it is a conscious effort for me each time there is a turn in the path, but it is getting easier to create more of what makes my heart sing as I am more aware, more conscious. I’ve told myself in the past that I am just not good with directions and either given up and turned back or made many wrong turns to get to my destination. Now that I feel armed with a “map”, there is a knowing that with my new awareness that it’s not just the destination, but what I experience in every day living that matters. So much of what I gave my energy to in the past, like anger, drama, complaining, is no longer in the forefront. As always ‘THANK YOU! Thank you!’ It IS really that simple. Amen. From someone who’s been there”
“Unbelievable! It is amazing how sometimes the answer is there even before the question is finished.”
“Learning to listen to my heart has been an emotional and physical lifesaver.”