Registered Clinical Counselling Services
Port Moody, BC
Keep MOOD in MIND
Natasha Pittman RSW, RCC
Your Emotional Guide
I have been counselling clients as a Registered Social Worker since 2010 and Registered as a Clinical Counsellor in 2016. I want to be your emotional guide. To help you gain greater levels of personal understanding and insight into your, past, current and future self.
We can collaborate, or I will find a professional that can help you.
*I hold a hopeful view of my clients, while treating them with respect and dignity.
Bachelor of Social Work & Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology from University of British Columbia (UBC).
Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
Registered Social Worker ( RSW) with the British Columbia College of Social Workers ( BCCSW).
Mood provides individual ( adult, youth and children) counselling ( short and longterm).
COUNSELLING & PSYCHOTHERAPY
You are the wisest guide a counsellor can have. On some level, you know what is needed; however, your ability to listen to your “inner voice” can be blocked or diminished by fear or past experiences that you are acting on in your current life. Collaboratively, we can sort out and work through your life experiences.
STRENGTH TO CONFRONT
If you are blocked by pain and heartache, we can collaboratively unpack creative solutions. Do you have an objective person who will listen? I will compassionately listen and hold the space.
Together we can make a plan of action. Ultimately, you need to make the best decision for yourself in order to feel good and cultivate your ability to hear and trust your inner voice.
Prolonged Exposure (PE)
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Transaffirmative Therapy Emotionally focused Therapy
* Based on client *
Throughout the process of therapy, the relationship is our main instrument of cure.”
Jeffery A. Kottler (2003)
Natasha Pittman at MOOD Counselling
in Port Moody
Telephonic and video counselling
Employment Assistance Plans ( EAP)
ICBC subsidized Counselling plan
First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Health Benefits Program: Crisis Intervention Mental Health Program and the Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Program (IRS-RHSP).
Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP)
If you are a victim of a crime, you can apply to the BC Crime Victim Assistance Program for assistance for needed services including counselling. CVAP provides some coverage for counselling services for approved claimants. Victim’s Assistance Services (call 604-660-3888 or toll free in BC at 1-866-660-3888 to enroll with CVAP)