Meet our Counsellors

Kuldip Gill, M.Ed, RCC

Kuldip Gill
I am committed to clients, finding the right supportive environment for undergoing changes in their lives. I am a Master’s Level Clinical Counsellor with 12 years experience in the counselling field. My work and expertise in Addictions comes from years of working in an Out Patient Addictions Clinic and Group based Day Programs, providing individual and group therapy. I am skilled in providing assessments, treatment recommendations, referrals and after care therapy for those seeking support in area of addictions and those affected by someone’s addiction. Although, my specialty is in Addictions, I also value my work with clients in the areas of divorce, parenting, mental health and work place issues.

I graduated with an M.Ed in Counselling Psychology from University of British Columbia in 2003. I attended University College of the Cariboo (now known as Thompson Rivers University) for my Undergraduate degree in Psychology. Being registered as a Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (#2133) can provide with you assurance that I am qualified to do the work you are entrusting me with.

I have trained with Dr. Scott Miller for Feedback Informed Treatment where clients direct their treatment and progress by providing regular feedback. Also, I enjoy working using Cognitve Behavorial Therapy where (simply put) we can change how you feel by changing how you think and behave. I am fluent in English and Punjabi offering all services in both languages.

Janine Tredwell, M.A, RCC

janine photo nov 2014 2.jpgJanine Tredwell is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and a member of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (#5301).

Janine received her Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle and a Bachelor's Degree from the University of British Columbia and trained in a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, and Satir. Her approach is flexible, client centred, and respectful.

Janine has experience counselling in a variety of settings including treatment programs and outpatient clinics and has experience treating a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, addictions, suicidal ideation and self injury, and behavioural issues in children and teens. Janine also is able to assist those going through difficult transitions such as separation, divorce, or job loss. Janine works in the Langley location and can be reached at 778-237-1451 for further consultation.


Ann-Marie Inoue, MC, CCC

Ann-Marie Inoue
A Canadian Certified Counsellor, holds a Master’s degree in Counselling from ACTS of Trinity Western University. Through her respectful and caring approach, clients immediately sense that their concerns and difficulties are important and that Ann-Marie wishes to work with them to bring tangible change.

Since starting work as therapist in 2007, Ann-Marie has enjoyed working with a wide variety of clients, including individual adults, couples, children and youth. Sessions with Ann-Marie leave clients feeling like their troubles are manageable, and that change is possible.

Areas that Ann-Marie works with include:

  • Depression, Anxiety and Panic
  • Couples
  • Parenting
  • Family
  • Childhood mental health
  • Self-esteem and personal growth
  • Premarital counselling and relationship enrichment
  • Transition and Adjustment
  • Grief and loss

A Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC #8851) and Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #3092), Ann-Marie holds a Master’s degree in Counselling from ACTS of Trinity Western University. Ann-Marie believes that counselling must be client-centered, and so relies on the input and goals of clients to find an approach that is the best fit. Ann-Marie’s favourite approaches to counselling include Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with elements of Mindfulness, Satir, Gottman, Attachment, Behavioural and Family Systems models.

Ann-Marie can be contacted at 778-908-9105 and works in the Langley location.


Dawn Holt, MA, RCC

Mac and Dawn at Work
With 15 years experience, education and expertise in the mental health field, I have helped clients access their own strengths, gain insight and build skills to improve their lives. Depression, Anxiety, Disability Adjustment, Parental Anxiety/Depression, Trauma, Grief, Coping and Stress are just a few of the issues I have helped clients overcome, process or come to terms with.

Working with adults, teens, seniors and children has given me a wealth of experience in counselling across all ages and I enjoy working with the unique perspectives and challenges each of these life stages represent.

Like many therapists, I am client-centred. This means that listening, understanding and having no judgement is crucial to building a positive relationship with my clients. I am trained in and work with the modalities of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused CBT, Narrative, Solution Focused, Art, Play and Animal Assisted Therapy. My Pacific Assistance Dog (PADS), Mac is a provincially registered Therapy Dog who has been my working partner for 11 years. Please see the articles written about my work with Mac, linked below.

As an experienced Facilitator, I am skilled at customizing training for groups in the areas of mental health, boundary setting, social skills, peer counselling and crisis intervention. As a consultant, I bring a unique blend of training and experience to groups concerned with Threat Assessment, Behavioural Intervention and Critical Incident Management.

I have an MA from SFU in Counselling Psychology, am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #11257) and a Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS).

Dawn works in Langley and can be reached at 604-250-3647.