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In the Media | 11.23.19

Counselling Art Therapy Graduate Nominated for Vancouver Area Young Professional Award

Yasaman Madanikia, a graduate of the Master of Counselling Psychology: Art Therapy program in Vancouver, was recently nominated for the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce 2019 Business Excellence Awards’ Young Professional of the Year. This is a second nomination for Madanikia, who recently won the chamber’s Top to Watch Award for her work as Clinical Director of Expressions Counselling.

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce represents Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody—all suburbs of Vancouver. The Business Excellence Award winners will be announced in February of 2020.

Read more about Madanikia’s latest nomination in the TriCity News article “Who’s the Best in Biz? These Businesses, Leaders are Awards Finalists,” and about Mandanika’s work in the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce post, “Top to Watch.”

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