Dr. Jasmine Irani, RCC, Doctoral Clinician
Registered Clinical Counsellor #18351
I have a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology an am working as a Registered Clinical Counsellor while I pursue registration as a psychologist in BC. I enjoy working with adults (18+) from culturally diverse backgrounds. I work from a strength-based and person-centred lens in sessions. I believe in creating a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space where clients can openly reflect and share their inner experiences. These experiences can be processed together to be helpful and authentic to them. I work with clients to facilitate a deeper understanding of their behaviour and intentions. I also believe in providing psychoeducation and a rationale behind the strategies I provide in session.
I have a passion for counselling clients experiencing stress and anxiety, phobias, depression, grief and loss, anger management, and/or adjustment issues. I believe in grounding my therapy skills and techniques in research, and I utilize the following evidence-based modalities:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Solution Focused Therapy
I enjoy travelling, trying new restaurants, comedy shows, reading, painting, and singing when I am not working. I offer session in English and Hindi. I am currently working under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Campbell, RPsych as I pursue registration with the College of Psychologists of BC.
Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Adler University
Dissertation: The struggle is real: A meta-analysis on burnout in mental health professionals
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, University of Pune
Research: A comparative study between blood pressure and gender on depression and anger.
University of Victoria, Counselling Services
Child and Youth Mental Health
Mood Disorders Association of BC
Sassoon Hospital, India
BC Psychological Association, Lead Editor, Editorial Board
BC Association of Clinical Counsellors