About Aaron:

I was born here on the west coast and grew up in Squamish, a small town located on the un-ceded ancestral territory of the Squamish nation. I grew up playing in forests at the feet of mountains, in a place where many people knew my name. 

After high school I pursued a passion for music and relocated to Winnipeg to complete a bachelor of Music with a major in education. During my summer breaks, I discovered a new passion in the field of community support work. After graduation, I started my first full time job working to support the goals and dreams of adults with developmental disabilities. My work allowed me to gain experience in disability, person-centred care, autism, customization, case management, community engagement, employment, and diverse ways of connecting with people.   

Following my passion for working in a person-centered way, I decided to pursue a master’s degree in counselling psychology. During my time learning in Vancouver, I found my place amongst amazing teachers and colleagues, all while learning about the history and power of talk therapy, and other therapies.  

Close to the completion of my degree, I began working for an energetic and avant-garde health organization called HIM (Health initiative for Men). As the program manager of mental health programs, I have the opportunity to contribute to my own community while participating in conversations about health and well-being. In my role, I get the chance to: support individuals and groups; advocate for mental health supports; contribute to research designed to advance knowledge and improve health; and learn from the collective wisdom of my community. 

After receiving my master of counselling I started developing my own practice and I continually look for opportunities to learn more. I completed a 5-day certification in Narrative Therapy and participate in a monthly process group with other counsellors where we help each other to be the best helpers we can be.  

I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I sing in a radical queer choir (corflammae.com), and enjoy travelling, doing art, and learning new things. I practice yoga and do my best to take care of my self and my circle. 

I have been through my own struggles and have learned that in the most difficult times, having support has gotten me through. In my practice, I work to be a supportive witness to the stories presented to me. I work hard to listen deeply because I believe that within the story is the recipe for healing, growth and imagination.  

Safe Talk Suicide awareness training 
Narrative Therapy (5- day certification)
Cognitive Behavioural therapy certificate 
BC Association of Clinical Counsellors 


Eagle Wellness has the resources and expertise to help you. 
Please call Aaron directly at the number below or email him by submitting the form below!


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