top of page
Masha Rademakers, RCC

Masha Rademakers, MC, RCC
Registered Clinical Counsellor

Thank you for visiting my profile. I am passionate about supporting children (8+), teenagers, and adults and offer in-person and online counselling sessions.


I provide evidence-based treatment for individuals grappling with OCD, anxiety (including panic and phobias), stress, ADHD, depression, and/or trauma. Additionally, I offer support to those navigatinglife transitions such as grief, heartbreak, and loss.


Life can be unpredictable and challenging, causing you uncomfortable emotions, anxiety and changes in mood. You might feel stuck in your head, unable to stop thinking about your worries. Drawing from my own lived experience with anxiety and OCD, I understand how the mind can play tricks on us! I provide a non-judgmental space where we explore

together how you can take charge of your life again.


 In my work with children and youth, I include elements of play therapy which can be a more accessible way of expression. With a wealth of knowledge about child developmental stages and a warm smile, I collaborate with you and your child building mental strength and resilience in the face of life’s challenges.


My professional background in immigrant services, coupled with my personal journey of immigration from the Netherlands, provides me with a profound understanding of how culture and other intersectional aspects of identity affect well-being. I value diversity and wholeheartedly welcome individuals from all walks of life into my practice.


In addition to English, I am also fluent in Dutch.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)

Inference Based CBT for OCD (I-CBT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)


Starting in April 2024

I-CBT Workshops for family and loved ones of people with OCD.

Click button below for more information


Master's of Counselling Psychology (Honours) - City University, Canada

Master's of Cultural Anthropology – Leiden University, Netherlands



BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC)

International OCD Foundation

bottom of page