Chris Rensch, MA, is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with specialized training in trauma therapies.
He works with children and adults who feel stuck—like they can’t move beyond the abuse or trauma they’ve experienced, even if it took place long ago. He has a lifelong passion for helping kids overcome hardship—abuse, trauma, anxiety or just the daily stress that comes from living in a divided home.
With an MA in Counselling Psychology and a BA (Hons) in Psychology from Trinity Western University, Chris takes a person-centered, humanistic approach. He helps children and adults become the best version of themselves.
Chris’s approach is not to treat symptoms from the top down, but to create lasting change from the bottom up. It’s a highly client-centered approach, rooted in the belief that we all have the inner ability to help ourselves. His goal is to give new hope to kids (and to their parents) as they step into daily life with security, certainty, and joy.
Jude is an experienced, compassionate, client-centered counsellor whose passion is working with adults and couples struggling with personal and/or relationship issues. She also specializes in dementia support, providing counselling services to individuals and families affected by this life-changing diagnosis - enabling the person with the condition, as well as their family and friends, to come to terms with this traumatic and life-changing diagnosis: to understand it, to plan, and to make life as manageable as possible for everyone involved.
novo: to begin anew; renew; revive