The biggest predictor of success in therapy is the relationship between the client and counsellor. With this in mind, Harroop strives to foster a sense of feeling seen, heard and accepted in each of her sessions. Within these conditions of safety and support, clients can confront difficult emotions to begin the innate healing journey.
Harroop (she/hers) is a Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC) with over ten years experience providing counseling support to individuals. Harroop grew up in an Indian family and celebrates the diversity of each client by focusing on their unique strengths and perspectives. She integrates several therapeutic approaches and is skilled in working with clients experiencing a variety of challenges including trauma, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and stress management. Harroop is fluent in both Punjabi and English.
Harroop’s approach is holistic and flexible and determined by the needs of each client. Harroop aims to provide a safe, compassionate, and accepting atmosphere as she empowers individuals to reach their goals while strengthening their resilience. Harroop encourages clients to bring awareness to their whole self, including body, mind and spirit. Through a process of awareness, insight, skill building, mindfulness, and warm support, her clients can learn to navigate and make sense of challenges.
Outside of her work at Peak Resilience, Harroop works with children, youth and families at The Wishing Star Lapointe Developmental Clinic to inspire families to develop the necessary tools to navigate challenging family dynamics while nurturing connections. When Harroop is not working she loves hiking, spending time with family, and finding the best ice cream in town.
Harroop is registered with ICBC as a counsellor.