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Our Story

Indigenous Counselling Centre is an Indigenous-owned business. The owner is First Nation from the Treaty 8 territory. This vision has been in the works for several years. It was in the owners/Shauna's vision to create a mental health space that encompasses Indigenous ways of being within its framework and programs. Although the Indigenous Counselling Centre works from an Indigenous paradigm all people are welcome to heal from the services offered.  Our teachings tell us that we must come together to create balance and wholeness so no one is left out when it comes to healing. 


ICC is an Indigenous-led organization that prioritizes wellness through the integration of traditional Indigenous knowledge and Western knowledge in our programs and services. We offer a safe and supportive space for individuals and families to heal and grow. Our practitioners are trained in a variety of counselling and workshop modalities that are rooted in various perspectives and practices.

At ICC we believe in the power of healing through cultural connection and offer a safe and nurturing space for individuals and communities to embark on their journey toward emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.


Our Commitment


Our practice is founded on the principles of respect, cultural sensitivity, and a deep understanding of the unique challenges that Indigenous individuals and communities face. We are dedicated to providing culturally relevant and trauma-informed counselling services that empower individuals to heal, grow, and thrive.


Get Started on Your Healing Journey


We welcome all individuals, families, and communities seeking healing and support. To take the first step on your healing journey or to learn more about our services, please contact us today. Our dedicated team is here to walk alongside you as you navigate the path to wellness.



Thank you for considering Indigenous Counselling Centre as your partner in healing and growth. We look forward to serving you with respect, compassion, and cultural understanding.

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