Counselling Services

Depending on availability of our partners and funding, NBIS offers counselling for both our clients and family/caregivers.  During COVID-19 we were able to offer options both IN PERSON and VIRTUALLY.    Our regular schedule includes 6 week group counselling sessions two times a year for people who have experienced an acquired brain injury and/or caregivers/family.   NBIS counselling services are by referral only so an appointment must be made with NBIS Community Navigator/Client Services. 

Our Counselling Partners

Jan McNeil,

Jan of Covalent Health Consulting has been a counseling therapist for almost two decades and in the field of social services for more than 25 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, non-profit agencies, schools, mental health agencies and now in private practice. Her area of focus has been on grief and loss, addictions, life changes and mental health and she has a strong interest in helping others heal from trauma and life issues.

Mark Busby,
Intern Counsellor

Mark has been offering counselling at NBIS during his internship with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. He is a graduate of the Vancouver College of Counsellor Training and also
hold certificates in existential counselling. He is currently undertaking clinical training toward a full Psychotherapy Diploma in Existential Analysis.  Mark works with adults of all ages, including those experiencing challenges relating to anxiety, depression, grief, loss, life transitions, and self-worth. He also has more than 30 years of experience with people impacted by brain injury and

Dr. Nancy Reeves, Psychologist

Dr. Nancy Reeves, a Registered Psychologist who has worked in the area of grief, loss, personal injury, and trauma for 38 years. Dr. Reeves has worked extensively with people with acquired brain injury and their friends and family.  Dr. Reeves is the author of a number of best-selling books. Her workbook, “A Path Through Loss” is available at the library.

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