Group therapy:
​Navigating Relationships

One Healing Space

10 online sessions.

Every Tuesday from March 1st - May 3rd.


Screen Shot 2022-01-31 at 10.32.25 AM.png

​Register by clicking the
button below


What to expect: Are you between 18-29? Have you been having problems with friends,

family members, colleagues, or partners? Are you feeling frustrated or having difficulty

maintaining healthy relationships during covid? Come join our group therapy to recognize

different ways you can explore the important relationships in your life, learn about different

therapeutic skills, coping techniques, and self care. Through groups you can establish peer relationships with other young professionals like yourself through sharing experiences and creating goals to work on in the future.


The group will meet weekly on Tuesday nights via Zoom for 10 weeks

This is a safe space and welcoming environment, no diagnosis or therapy experience is needed to join


Dates: 7-8:30pm on March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

                                  April 5, 12, 19, 26

                                  May 3

Registration: Please click on the “register” button above and fill out the form. You will be contacted shortly. This group runs on a first-come-first-serve basis, so register early to save your spot!      


If you have any other questions about the group, or if you’re having trouble deciding if this group is for you please reach out to speak with a co-facilitator for more information.


Call us!: 437-886-6386

Navigating Relationships Posters.jpg
Navigating Relationships Posters (3).jpg
Navigating Relationships Posters (2).jpg

Meet our team!



Catherine Chan, Co-Facilitator (MSW)

Need a breakthrough? Standing at a crossroad? Wish to take a second look at your road map? Wonder about your dreams and hopes? Want to become the best you can be? Worry about someone? Feel lonely? Exhausted? Anxious? Depressed? Angry? Vulnerable? Are any of these images filling up your space? Do you want some caring, respectful, and inspirational professional support for de-stressing yourself?


I specialize in facilitating clients to enhance their wellness around mental health and relational issues, using evidence-based best practices including cognitive behavioral therapy, relational cultural therapy, solution-focused therapy, systemic family therapy, and expressive art in an integrated and client-centered manner.


I bring to you my training and expertise as a Clinical Social Worker and Consultant, lived experience in freeing from the bondage of oppression, grief, and loss, the joy of parenting, intimate relationship, personal and professional connectedness, and most of all, track record in helping to make a difference in the lives of people I serve.

Screen Shot 2022-01-31 at 10.17.50 AM.png

Brianna Comeau, Co-Facilitator (Registering MSW)


Hello, my name is Brianna. I take a flexible, client-centered approach to therapy, drawing from a number of modalities including strength-based, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Throughout the last three years, I have worked with clients who have been diagnosed with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, ADHD, BPD, autism, and more. I also have specialties in working with international students and LGBTQ2S+ folks. I hope you allow me to join you on your journey towards mental wellbeing.


Rachelle Cervantes, Co-Facilitator (Registering MSW)


Feeling like the relationships in your life have been stressful?
Looking for ways to support your current relationships?


My name is Rachelle and I am a first generation Filipino-Canadian operating from a culturally sensitive, strengths based framework. I hold extensive experience working with marginalized children, individuals, and families on the Downtown Eastside, along with additional work involving post-secondary and secondary students through The Vancouver School Board and University of British Columbia.  Through my own journey, I have learned that we are able to control our own actions and reactions in situations with others, whether that be friends, family, colleagues, or partners. I believe in a balanced, holistic approach to mental health and wellness.

I aim to provide a safe, non-judgemental environment while working with you in the therapeutic process.