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“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” 
― Carl R. Rogers,

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My belief and philosophy

I am a counsellor, speaker, and fellow human along the healing journey. I love walking with others as they reflect, strengthen, release, heal and grow. I believe every person has innate worth and value and because of this, I know it is an honour to be brought into someone’s journey. I believe that we as humans, flourish when we have deep, meaningful connections and are able to be fully seen and known. That is my hope for you, in working with me. 

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Kyla holds a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, is registered as a Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors along with being a registered Marriage and Family Therapist with Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. She specializes in Emotion Focused Therapy, practicing from a trauma informed perspective, along with utilizing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).  Additionally, she uses cognitive-behavioural therapy, feminist approaches, mindfulness and body-based therapies to help individuals meet their goals and move to a deeper understanding of themselves.

She has experience in private practice, not-for-profit organizations and as a school counsellor. Kyla teaches in a counselling program and is a supervisor for other therapists.

Kyla wants clients to experience the safety that allows you to look at painful, untouched parts of your story and to begin understanding yourself with grace and compassion. She knows that it is incredibly difficult to walk through the door, pick up the phone or send the email to start this journey. It is a brave step to start and she is excited you are here!

Outside of work she is a wife and mother, lover of nature, going for walks with her family and keeping house plants.

Kyla offers counselling to individuals age 14+ as well as couples and families. 

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Erin is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and holds her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. For Erin it is an honour to come alongside clients to support them in areas of life where they may feel a sense of stuckness or uncertainty with how to move forward. With her warm demeanor, Erin seeks to provide a safe space to feel seen and heard while also exploring new areas of insight, empowerment, and choice. 


She has a special interest in women's mental health and is passionate about supporting women in processing their unique experiences and goals in the journey towards greater physical and mental health and well-being. Erin also feels a calling to support women during pregnancy and into the post-partum season of life. Through her own journey into motherhood Erin has discovered the importance of honouring and giving voice to both the joys and many life changes that pregnancy and motherhood bring. For those who find themselves navigating infertility or pregnancy loss Erin offers a safe space to process topics connected to this.


She deeply admires the courage clients exhibit when entering into therapy. Her belief in her clients leads to a nonjudgmental and relational approach that is rooted in Attachment Theory and Emotion Focused Therapy. Erin has also completed training in the Satir Model of therapy as well as Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. She has gained experience working in both private practice as well as in the public sector working with Child and Youth Mental Health. She has also completed a perinatal mental health certificate.


In her free time, Erin loves exploring the beach on a sunny day with her husband and daughters. 


Erin offers individual counselling to women age 18 +. Erin's areas of treatment focus include:

  • depression

  • anxiety 

  • life transitions

  • grief/loss

  • women's mental health/well-being

  • maternal mental health (prenatal/postpartum support)


As counsellors our foundation rests on respect, trust, authenticity and hope.  When you are able to experience these, we believe it can be safe for you to grow and change in new and exciting ways. We also believe that we all live within unique systems: family, community, faith and culture. It is through this framework that we approach therapy and believe hope and healing can begin.

Individual Counselling

Rocks of Balance

Journeying with clients through anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, identity, self care, trauma, family of origin, attachment, crisis, chronic pain, life transition and burnout, boundaries, women's mental health and wellbeing, maternal mental health (prenatal/postpartum support)

Couples Counselling


Supporting couples so they can have the best relationship possible. Specializing in conflict, communication, attachment, intimacy challenges, family of origin conflict, and family issues. 

Family Counselling

Stone Pebbles

Keeping families strong is integral for our community and we are passionate about supporting families in this way. Counselling offered for parenting issues, parent/child relationship, communication, family life cycle, and boundaries.

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Speaking and Workshops

It is an honor to be asked to speak and lead workshops.  Kyla loves getting to connect with a larger group of people at the same time and grow together. Please contact her for rates and testimonials. 

Previous Workshops and Speaking Engagements include:

  • Trainings on Mental Health in the workplace

  • Identity for teens Workshop and Seminar

  • Boundaries Group Counselling

  • Gender Dysphoria Workshop for Caregivers

  • Workplace Relationships and Boundaries

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Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision is an integral part of our work as clinical counsellors. Consistent supervision throughout our career is critical in ensuring we are ethical, skilled therapist's. Choosing a supervisor is similar to choosing a therapist, in that you are looking for a safe, supportive relationship- one you can be vulnerable and grow. In clinical supervision you will receive space to process cases, explore ethical dilemmas and dig into the person of the therapist. The goal of supervision is to continually grow in your skill and to deepen your personal therapeutic voice. 


Kyla Moon, MAFT, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), Registered Marriage and Family Therapist (RMFT) has been trained as a clinical supervisor in Systemic Clinical Supervision through the Canadian Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and is experienced in providing individual and group supervision of Registered Clinical Counsellors and counselling intern students.


Kyla works from a systemic and experiential perspective, offering a collaborative space to explore and process your work and the impacts it has. If you are interested in seeing if Kyla could be a good fit for you as a clinical supervisor and exploring your specific needs, please send an email below, with supervision in the subject line. 

Contact us for more information 

Clients are currently only seen virtually.

Kyla will be on maternity leave in 2024.

We acknowledge we work on the traditional unceded territory of the Katzie, Semiahmoo, Kwantlen and other Coast Salish people. 

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If you are in crisis, please go to your nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1. 

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