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In the Media | 10.24.19

Vancouver Students Providing Counselling Through Chilliwack Youth Health Centre

Kathy McKay and Villeena Villantheran, students in the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program in Vancouver are providing counseling services for youth ages 12 to 26 through a partnership with the Chilliwack Youth Health Centre and the University of Fraser Valley. The free pilot project combines resources to offer flexible, walk-in care on a first come, first served basis for community members. McKay and Villantheran are currently completing their clinical practicum with Chilliwack Youth Health Centre.

Read more in the UVF Today story, “UFV Teams up with Chilliwack Youth Health Centre to Offer Free Counselling.”

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