Camila offers online video consultations in Spanish, English, and French
Camila Mariana Rimada is Argentine cis-gendered woman who holds a Counselling degree and is registered with the BCACC. She has worked with various populations such homeless youth, international university students, First Nations youth, women affected by violence, people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer patients, and seniors in a variety of settings including community agencies, private practice, and university.
As a recently graduated clinical counsellor, Camila has experience working with young adults and adults from the LGBTQIA+ community as well as diverse cultural, and religious backgrounds. The treatment modalities she works with are CBT, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Additionally, Camila works with: adapting to cultural transitions, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, homesickness, low motivation, perfectionism, procrastination and time management, relationship difficulties, self-esteem and identity, and stress management
Camila believes the foundation of each therapeutic relationship with clients is to create a safe space where openness, empathy, and validation are present. In turn, clients can begin to feel comfortable telling their stories, are encouraged to rediscover their strengths and can explore cultivating meaning in their lives.