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BCACC’s Insights magazine is a publication created for and by Registered Clinical Counsellors and allied professionals who are dedicated to enhancing the lives of clients. It aims to provide information to support BCACC members in responsive, accountable, and ethical practices.

Under the direction of our BCACC Editorial Advisory Committee, Insights is published three times a year by Page One Publishing.

We invite you to participate in Insights several ways:

  • by contributing as a volunteer writer,
  • by suggesting topics you would like to read about,
  • by participating in online blog discussions about articles you have read in Insights,

and — always — by sending us your comments about the magazine anytime.


2017 Issues

Spring 2017 – Relationships

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Infidelity in Relationships – Ted Leavitt

The Most Preventable Homicide – Carolyn  Camilleri

Divorce with a High-Conflict Person – Bill  Wagg

Integrating Health Promotion into the  Counselling Practice – Kathi Cameron

To Wander and Wonder – Jessica Ferguson King

Polyamory: It’s Not Cheating – Carolyn Camilleri

How to Give a Good Apology – Kim Boivin







Fall 2017 – Sexuality and Gender

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On Intimacy and Sexual Relationships – Fernanda Selayzin Souza

Sex Therapy – It is More Than Just Being Comfortable Talking About Sex – Carolyn Camilleri

Gender 101 – How to Provide Inclusive Counselling Services to Trans and Gender-Diverse Clients – Mair Cayley

EMDR Therapy – Rochelle Sharpe Lohrasbe

Finding Self – How Internal Family Systems has Transformed Me and My Practice – Fran Ferguson

Clinical Supervisor Preparation and Competency – Vange Willms Thiessen

Strength in Unity – Supporting Asian Men to Become Mental Health Ambassadors – Rod Lal

Curious Questions – Deirdre McLaughlin

 Winter 2017 – Grief & Loss

2016 Issues

Spring 2016 – Crossing Cultures

Insights Magazine Spring 2016


Cultural Curiosity and Disability – Gemma Fraser

When Everyone Knows Everyone – Rebecca Scott, Laura Rhodes & Carolyn Camilleri

Caught Between Two Cultures – Ted Leavitt

Embracing Limitations – Quyn Le Erichsen

The Virtual Care Effect – Carolyn Camilleri

Fall 2016 – Stages of Life

Insights Fall 2016


Looking for the Helpers – Carolyn Camilleri

Non-Suicidal Self-Injury – Brooke Lewis

Where to Start: Three Building Blocks for Working with Postpartum Clients – Elana Sures

A Matter of Faith – Carolyn Camilleri

Indigenous Family Structure: It’s Complicated – Carolyn Camilleri

Career Landmark – Transitioning from Work to Post-Work Life 

7 Steps to Your Good Energy at Work – Jo-Anne Weiler





Winter 2016 – Trauma & Addiction

Insights Winter 2016


The Boy Inside – Meghan Robertson

The Crisis of Vicarious Trauma Among First Responders – Matt Johnston

Games Addiction – Ted Leavitt

Getting Support – Sarah Patrick

Clinical Supervision – A Question of Definition – Carolyn Camilleri

PTSD and Chronic Illness – Megan Hughes

What is Your Plan? Starting a Practice – Constance Lynn Hummel

Exercising your Way to Less Stress and Depression and More Happiness – Jennifer Hammersmark




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