Qavah is an ancient Hebrew word for cord meaning "binding together, to lie in wait or eagerly waiting, expecting or hoping for". This word points to a hopeful optimism found in working together for positive, lasting change.
Counselling is a collaborative process focused on helping people to improve their mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. Techniques used in counselling can vary but often involve exploring historical issues, thought patterns, beliefs, and behaviours, addressing and responding to specific problems or challenges, facilitating the development of new coping skills, and providing a safe and supportive environment to process difficult emotions or life events.
Modalities and Methods
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
$140 per 50 minutes for individual counselling
$200 per 75 minutes for family or couples counselling
Payment can be made by cash, cheque, or e-transfer. Limited sliding scale and student rates available. Receipts are provided and may be submitted to your extended health plan for reimbursement.
Areas of Practice
Self Esteem and Motivation
Trauma (childhood or recent)
Marriage and couplehood
My name is Julie Kang
I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (18450) and owner of Qavah Therapy. I completed my Master of Arts (MA) in Family Life Education from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.
Since 2005 I have had the privilege of doing pastoral counselling for youth and college students and more recently clinical counselling with individuals of different backgrounds and ages. I worked with high risk youth for 7 years.
Therapy should be a safe place to heal and grow. My therapeutic style is holistic and trauma informed rooted in compassion, authenticity and neuroscience.
I am currently available in person or on-line.
Vancouver, BC, Canada