Heather Cameron has been a Counsellor for more than ten years. Having graduated
with honours in Applied Counselling in 2010, she continually upgrades her qualifications
to maintain and grow with the latest research and treatment approaches.
Heather was an active counsellor at an inner city, non-profit organization for over five
years, where she specialized mainly in addiction counselling.
Having holistic beliefs since the start of her career, she soon recognized that addictions
impact all aspects of life, which broadly increased her understanding within generalized
counselling, including trauma, domestic violence, anger management, grief and loss, as
well as healthy child development.
During this time, she continued to upgrade her qualifications, with a focus on trauma
and the systemic impact of residential schools on Indigenous populations. She worked
closely with several Indigenous Teachers and honours traditional practices.
In 2014, Heather received certification from the National Association of Transpersonal
Hypnotherapists (NATH), providing skills in hypnosis, meditation, mindfulness, anxiety
reduction and energy focused work which Heather is able to apply during her therapy
sessions with her clients.
Heather has also received certification from the Sex Coach University in Los Angeles,
California. This has given her another realm into holistic insight through practising
Clinical Sexology, Sex Coaching and Sex Education that she uses in combination with
her previous certifications.
In 2018, Heather received her Master Therapeutic Counsellor credentials through the
Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada.
In 2021, Heather became a registered Clinical Sexologist with The American College of
In 2023 Heather became a member of The American Board of Sexology as a Certified Sexologist.
In June of 2023 she began her three year journey towards becoming a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner.
Heather recognizes and acknowledges that she teaches, learns and resides on the unceded territory of the Okanagan Sylix First Nation people