Dr. Rachel Mallory is the founder and owner of Dr. Rachel Mallory & Associates. She is a registered psychologist in BC (#1777) and has extensive training and experience in assessment and solution-focused, behaviour therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy approaches. She provides counseling and assessment services to adults. Her background includes senior management at a psychotherapy services organization, as well as working at the Correctional Service of Canada. She has also worked with rehabilitation organizations and private practices before opening her own business. Her approach is positive, practical, and focuses on making changes in the present. Rachel provides cognitive-behavioural therapy training to MA and PhD students in the Clinical Psychology program at Simon Fraser University. 

Mahima Jacob, MA, CCC (#7622), has years of experience providing psychotherapy to children and adults. Her training included counseling children at the Ministry of Children and Families, and at Child and Youth Mental Health, as well as SOS Children's Villlage. She has also worked as a therapist with women who have experienced domestic violence, and she is expert at creating a safe, positive space for her clients. She is gentle and perceptive in her approach, and combines experiential therapy such as OEI (Observed and Experiential Integration), sand play, and art therapy, with cognitive behaviour therapy to achieve positive results. Mahima counsels in English or Hindi. She has conversational skills in Punjabi.

Dr. Kimberly Stringer is a registered psychologist in BC (#1748). She works with adults, teens, and couples using cognitive-behavioural, mindfulness, emotion-focused, and Gottman couples therapy techniques; she also provides assessments for ADHD and learning disabilities, and for diagnosis, disability claims and medical-legal purposes. Kimberly strives to create a collaborative and supportive atmosphere in which effective change can occur. She received her Bachelor's degree from Simon Fraser University and her doctoral degree from Wright State University. Her experience is extensive and includes almost ten years in private practice, as well as work in psychiatric hospitals, workplace services organizations, and centres specializing in trauma and violence. She has also lived and worked in BC, the US, and the Middle East, providing psychological services to individuals and couples from diverse backgrounds. Kimberly is currently providing only video and phone therapy sessions.