Meet Camille



Hello, I'm Camille. I am a wife and mother in a (mostly) unschooling neurodiverse family where I have learned the healing power of play and connection, the necessity of emotion regulation and healing from trauma, and unconditional acceptance, love, and compassion. 


In my work as a counsellor I am integrative and holistic, coming alongside clients to facilitate growth in these key areas of life. I tailor sessions to the unique needs of each client and support the achievement of client-identified goals. I draw from the principles of Dr. Greene's Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) Model, Attachment Theory, Brainspotting, Anti-Oppressive and Empowerment Theory, Inner Child Work, Art/Creative/Expressive Interventions, Mindfulness, Family Systems Theory, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Polyvagal Theory, the Bio-psycho-social Approach, and more. 

I support individuals seeking greater balance, improved mental health, and self-awareness, self-understanding, and self-acceptance of potential neurodivergence (i.e., ADHD, Autism, etc.). I incorporate trauma integration and processing using Brainspotting. 

I support parents and educators of young children to:

  • Develop compassionate and evidence-informed caring practices

  • Recognize and celebrate human diversity and embrace the mutual process of learning that is inherent in the parent-child relationship,

  • Understand and work with differently-wired kids (i.e., autism, demand avoidance/PDA, ADHD, ODD, DMDD, anxiety, sensory processing differences, etc.), and 

  • Engage in emotion regulation and life-giving self-care to prevent and recover from compassion fatigue, burnout, trauma, and deteriorating mental health. 

Thank you for considering me to join you on your journey. I look forward to meeting you!

Camille Long


Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist

British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors, British Columbia College of Social Workers, Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers