What to Expect
Sessions’ average 1.5 hours in length, are long-term, and tend to delve into all realms of depth healing, using an eclectic and holistic spiritual perspective. Referrals are welcomed from government agencies, community organizations, Indigenous associations and organizations, health services, school systems, and self-referrals. Program is funded, with much gratitude, by Interior Health.
Hello, my name is Liza Steele and I am currently the youth and adult trauma therapist at MCSBC. I am a Métis mother, a widow, a survivor of cancer, and a connected healer. I have been working with MCSBC as a trauma therapist for approximately 13 years. I love and honor the work I am part of at MCSBC, and the close connections that have bonded us to our community members. I have a Master of Arts. I consider myself to be a holistic, eclectic helper, and a spiritual guide through the process of healing, as well as a teacher of healing techniques for life. I am accredited with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors, and I hold my ethics and values as an extremely important part of honoring safety within the therapeutic relationship. Therapy is oftentimes difficult work, but it is also fun and extremely relieving and rewarding. In therapy, we focus on the interconnected whole, as well as health and wellness within all systems of relationship to self, other, and the Creator. It is my honor and privilege to serve our community. All my relations.
- One-on-one therapy
- Safe container for change
- Relationship with self, other, and spirit
- Skills for life
- Occasional group work such as Journeying, Empaths and Narcissistic Relationships, and Growth Groups
How to access services?
Referrals can be made by a parent or guardian, family doctor, community workers and agencies, school staff, and correctional facilities.Request Services