Debbie Hancock graduated from Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C., with Great Distinction in two degrees:  B.A. (Honors, 1998) and M.A. in Counselling Psychology (2003).

Debbie works with adolescents (age 13+), adults, families, couples, and seniors. Her services are eligible for Employee and Family Assistance Programs (EFAP) and other paid insurance benefits such as  ICBC and Crime Victims Assistance Program. Fee-for-service is also available at reasonable rates.

Her career started in 1999 as an intern for Brenson Family Program in Langley. From 2002 to 2008 she worked as a child and family therapist with The Children’s Foundation in Surrey.

Most recently she worked for seven years as a Mental Health Clinician in 100 Mile House for Child & Youth Mental Health (MCFD). Debbie retired in 2015  from Child & Youth Mental Health and is now in full time private practice with South Cariboo Counselling.

Debbie has been married to Grant for over 20 years and has one adult daughter, two married step sons, and one grandson.

Directions to the home office at 4770 Kitwanga Drive, 108 Mile Ranch, B.C.–Take Hwy 97 to the 108 Mile Heritage site entrance. Make an immediate right onto Kitwanga Drive. The office is located 2 km on the right side. Plenty of parking is available.