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Cecilia Mannella

In keeping with a collaborative approach to counselling, I believe that people have the ability to live the life they want, and change is always possible. Counselling is not about getting advice from a counsellor on how to live your life but more about being asked different types of questions that help you discover the answers that fit and work for you and guide you to the life you dream about.


Self-discovery and personal change can be a scary place to enter alone. Counselling is a safe place where we build a relationship together so that you are not doing the work alone. I also believe that smiles and laughter are key ingredients for happiness and can light the way towards solutions for even the darkest, most difficult of problems.

Areas of Practice

Education & Professional Registrations

  • British Columbia Association of Social Workers, Registration #1001616 

  • British Columbia College of Social Workers, Registration #8476 

  • British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors, Registration #3436 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW), Dalhousie University

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (BSW), University of the Fraser Valley

Counselling Rates

Individual Counselling

Couple's Counselling

Clinical Supervision









9:00 am - 5:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

I'm passionate about....

I’m a bookworm – on my days off, you will typically find me engrossed in a new book or listening to audiobooks while I drive. I take lifelong learning to heart and try to read as much as possible.

I’m an avid podcast listener – I find it a great way to learn new things, hear about new research, find new experts in interesting fields, and honestly, I always learn something new.


Learning new research and sharing it in my practice lights my heart on fire – I have been gifted with an incredible memory for random facts, which I find incredibly useful in counselling. The world is constantly changing, and new research and approaches are constantly being shared – I love integrating new ideas and ways of understanding the human condition.

Clinical Supervision

The supervisor and supervisee relationship is such a unique, sacred and collaborative relationship that fit is everything. I love co-creating the supervision relationship where both people are changed by this enriching learning process. 

With over 15 years of supervision experience, I see this relationship as a join endeavour towards learning, growth and rooting in joy of the work. I bring a lens of Feminist and Narrative Therapy to all my work and integrate this approach into supervision to support supervisees to grow their clinical skills, build confidence in their approach and use reflexive practice in their day to day clinical work. 

If you'd like to connect and explore fit, use link below to schedule a introductory meeting.

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