Jade Honce holds a Masters degree in Creative Arts Therapies with a special focus in Drama Therapy. She is registered as a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). She is also a registered counsellor with Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP) and the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA).

I believe in a unique and customized counselling experience for each and every client.


The Creative Arts Therapies offers a variety of therapeutic approaches to suit the needs of each individual client. In addition to traditional talk therapy, Jade uses creative processes based in theatre, art, music, dance and movement to achieve psychotherapeutic goals. Clients are guided thought safe, fun and active methods to explore, express and contain withheld inner struggles. 

Jade has a special interest in working with women seeking empowerment and authenticity in their daily lives. She guides clients through creative, mindful and embodied processes which strengthens one's sensory awareness, emotional intelligence, and personal intuition. Integration and alignment is fostered as clients establish a connection to one's own personal sense of knowing (intuition).

Jade's practice specializes in populations of trauma (i.e. neglect and sexual abuse) and are suffering from PTSD. She also works well with those struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions, and eating disorders. 

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"The symbols of the self arise in the depths of the body."

          -- Carl Jung

"Patterns have a life of their own. They are like vortexes of energy. They have their own pull which is like a force field. The only way to resist their magnetism is to become fully conscious and thus activate the power of choice. Much of healing ourself is trying to become clear about what energy patterns we are running and then finding a way to make a different choice."

          -- Katherine Woodward Thomas