Welcome to the Tapestry Counselling Centre

At Tapestry, we are committed to providing exceptional counselling services to people from all walks of life. We are passionate about helping people to heal from abuse and trauma, to recover from depression, anxiety, and grief, to find emotional well-being, and to thrive in the midst of life’s challenges.

Our account is dedicated to creating mindful content that breaks down negative messages about mental illness, raises inner well-being, responds to current and impactful world events, and is an overall positive social presence. 

Does Covid-19 have you feeling
Stressed and Anxious?

Are you a front-line worker dealing with trauma every day? Are you bereft and grieving from losing a loved one? Is being trapped in your home straining your relationships? Are you feeling lonely and disconnected from friends and family? 


We are experts in crisis and trauma counselling and we can help you navigate these stressful, uncertain times.
We offer confidential, encrypted video counselling with Zoom. 
Please reach out for counselling today:  info@tapestrycentre.ca or 604-876-7600


We are pleased to offer specialized counselling therapies such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Somatic Experiencing and Processing (Body-work), Lifespan Integration Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Family Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy for couples, Existential Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
We are continuing to offer our Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (ASCA) meetings over Zoom on Monday evenings. We will announce here when we are invited to return to Mt. St. Joe's for in-person meetings. Until then, please reach out to info@tapestrycentre.ca if you would like to join our Zoom ASCA meeting and I will send you the link.

June is National Indigenous History Month. 
We want to share our deep sadness at the discovery of the unmarked burial sites at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. We stand in solidarity with Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation, and all Indigenous communities across Canada.
June is National Indigenous History Month and it is an important prompt to reflect and act toward truth and reconciliation.  Here are some ideas on how to do so..

Read the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report
Take the free Indigenous Canada course offered by the University of Alberta
- Make a donation to Reconciliation Canada or Indian Residential School Survivors Society
Support Indigenous-owned businesses
Listen to podcasts like: All My Relations, Warrior Life, and 2 Crees in a Pod, Pieces
Read the suggestions from the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation on ways to show support

Every Child Matters
If you or someone you know needs support, please visit this link for mental health support and resources. 



 Explore what concerns we can help you with

Recovery from Childhood Abuse

Childhood abuse can be devastating and life-altering.  If you are like many abuse survivors, you may have been grappling with the effects of abuse throughout the course of your life.

Depression and Anxiety

Depression is a serious condition that can deeply impact your ability to function in all aspects of life.

Current Crises & Traumas

Crises and Traumas are unpredictable, painful and sometimes dangerous events that seriously disrupt your life.  Crises create intense stress and a host of negative emotions that can cause chaos in your life.

Major Life Changes

If you are struggling with a major life change that is causing you to feel off-kilter you may wonder how other people do it.  While it is true that some people seem to breeze through life transitions, many of us find them extremely unsettling.

Grief & Loss

Grief is a painful, empty feeling that can consume you when you have lost someone who is dear or something that is important to you.  It can have an impact on your emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and bodily sensations.

Monday Meetings

Our support group for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse meets every Monday from 7pm to 8:30pm

Except Holiday Mondays

We are currently meeting over Zoom. Please email info@tapestrycentre.ca if you would like to join our virutual meeting and you will be sent the link. We will return to in-person meetings when we are invited back to: Mount Saint Joseph's Hospital in Sr. Germaine Roy Conference Room on the 1st floor. Address is 3080 Prince Edward Street (off Kingsway, on the west side of the hospital). Look for that announcement here.

No Meetings: 

  • April 5, 2021
  • May 24, 2021
  • August 2, 2021
  • September 6, 2021
  • October 11, 2021
  • December 27, 2021

We Specialize in Counselling Survivors of Childhood Abuse

Client Testimonials

Kind words from clients we love and trust

“Letty was a trusted partner through my healing journey, I could count on her to walk by my side as a calm reassuring voice to work through issues, release the past, and truly live my life to its fullest potential.”

“Letty is an excellent counselor, bringing her full self and energy to every session. She is a compassionate, supportive and gentle guide through life’s storms. I felt she really understood me and created a safe place for healing to happen.”

“I have had the pleasure of being able to do my counselling work with both Letty and Devony. Working with these women has taught me to be confident and secure within myself no matter what happens along the way. They’ve empowered me to make real positive change in my life."

“Devony combines her knowledge of childhood trauma and her understanding of the human spirit to provide gentle guidance through the healing process. Devony has been committed to understanding my experiences and has consistently challenged me to reassess my false beliefs and unsuccessful behaviour patterns. She has taught me to manage big feelings that have emerged as a result of our work together."

"I am writing this testimonial in thanks to Brenda Jamer. … Brenda has worked with me using body-based therapies and mindfulness and has profoundly changed my life.  With Brenda's respectful guidance and partnership, I have discovered self-worth, dignity and the path to wholeness.  Thank you, Brenda, for giving me the gift of me."
"Katarina, I want to express my gratitude for all that you've done to help me heal through my trauma.  You are absolutely amazing at what you do and I want to thank you.  A few weeks have gone by since our last session and I feel like a completely different person.  Your delicate guidance provided me with a safe place to heal."


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I gratefully acknowledge that I live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples –sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations