• It’s Time to Get Your MindRight

    Access Counselling in Vancouver, Richmond, & Online


  • Anxiety, Depression, or Trauma?

    Counselling to Deal with All Concerns of Mental Health


  • Anger Management Training

    We Provide Individual and Group Therapy


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MindRight Counselling & Consulting (MRCC) focuses on helping men, women, children/youth, couples, and families deal with issues that negatively impact their quality of living. We provide therapeutic support, guidance, and psychoeducation to assist our clients in developing personal insight and work towards making positive changes in their overall lives.

We service all clients from the Lower Mainland of BC while being located in the Richmond-Vancouver community. We have worked with many service providers; from doctors, lawyers, and others, to ensure that our clients receive the treatment and care they need.

We primarily use a Cognitive-Behavioral Approach in helping clients with their problems and concerns. However, our counsellors are trained in various therapeutic approaches to ensure the service that our clients receive is in line with their goals for counselling.

We want to ensure that you have the tools and interventions to cope and address the issues that you are dealing with presently, as well as being able to deal with any future concerns that may arise.


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Therapeutic Approaches

Providing tailored services is our speciality! We will utilise a variety of Psychotherapy and Counselling methodologies to ensure you receive the specialised support you need to address your issues.

Certain therapies like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Narrative Therapy are well known in mainstream culture, while others are less known but also are evidence-based and very effective. Examples of these are Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Existential Analysis, Solution-Focused Therapy, and more.


Focus on the present to achieve a state of calm awareness.


Guidance and structure so you can be the catalyst for your own healing.


Understanding the influence of the past on your present behaviour.


Identifying challenges to your sexual expression.


Psychotherapy based on solution-building rather than problem-solving.


MRCC provides consulting services for mental health professionals, businesses and corporations, and not-for-profit organizations. We provide consulting services to improve workplace wellness, cultural competency, and develop program materials.

We provide the following:
  • EMDR Consultation
  • Workshops/Presentations
  • Seminars
  • On-Site Counselling for Termination Support
  • Executive/Leadership Coaching

Contact us for pricing and details for our Consulting services.

Call (604) 369-3890


All Counsellors Provide Telephone & Online Therapy


Dr. Manj Bath is the CEO and Clinical Director of MindRight Counselling & Consulting. He earned his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, WA, completing his internship at Western Washington University (WWU) in Bellingham, WA. He also holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia (UBC). Dr. Bath is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC #12277) and is a Certified EMDR Therapist and Approved EMDRIA Consultant from EMDRIA. Additionally, he is a member of EMDR Canada.

Dr. Bath has extensive experience working with Vancouver Coastal Health, the Governments of British Columbia and Alberta, and various not-for-profit organizations, providing group counselling and individual therapy to children, youth, individuals, and families. He is skilled in conducting risk and suicide assessments. His therapeutic approach incorporates the bio-psycho-social model to understand clients’ issues and develop personalized treatment plans. He utilizes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and EMDR to facilitate client progress.

Dr. Manj has vast knowledge on working with adolescent and young adult men who are struggling with navigating their emotions and developing sense of purpose in their life, resulting in aggressive and at-risk behavior. In addition, he is trained in Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) and worked with couples working through various issues, such as communication, infidelity, betrayal trauma, and more.

Dr. Bath’s primary research interest is in using EMDR to address problematic internet and video gaming. His dissertation focused on developing the EMDR Gaming Recovery & Insight Protocol (E-GRIP), aimed at addressing issues related to irritability, anger, and aggression in the context of video gaming and social media use. He is available for media appearances, podcasts, and educational workshops on topics including mental health, trauma, purpose and meaning, addiction, and related areas.


Amy Bath is the President of MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).

Amy has worked with the Government of Alberta, Vancouver School District, and various not-for-profit agencies in providing therapy to children, youth, individuals, and families. She uses a bio-psycho-social model in understanding client issues at hand and developing treatment plans that help them meet their goals for therapy. She uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy to help her clients with their progress.

Amy is well-skilled in dealing with relationships between couples and families. She’s experienced in helping people recognizing blocks that exist in communication to help couples become more empathic and closer to each other. Furthermore, she helps people struggling with anxiety, depression, and PTSD.


Vanessa Mann is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at Adler University and is currently a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).

Vanessa believes that counselling is a way of life. For some, it may be a tool needed to regain their inner power and for others, it may be a safe space for them to express and discover themselves. Regardless of their reasons for counselling, her therapeutic approach is to tailor her work to everyone’s needs and goals. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Person-Centered Therapy (PCT). The structured process of CBT and the room for client autonomy from PCT, helps me create an eclectic treatment plan for all clients.


Kevan Low is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. He obtained his Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counselling from Gonzaga University and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).

Kevan has worked with older and young adults struggling with substance abuse, mental health and sexual identity for various non-profit organizations. He uses various models that encourage self-compassion, self-improvement, and self-confidence.

Kevan works from a Choice and Realistic therapeutic approach which values individual autonomy and grounds solutions. He incorporates other counselling approaches such as CBT, CFT, Motivational interviewing, DBT and Solution-Focused Therapy into his practice. He is open-minded and non-judgmental in helping individuals feel comfortable in a safe space. He will collaborate with individuals to support them through their various stressors and work towards their personal goals.


Sam is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, WA. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counselors (BCACC).

Her values include; connection, compassion, addressing systemic issues, adventure, and challenges. These have led her to work in various inpatient and outpatient settings over the past 12 years. Most of her training was in Washington state, including acute hospitalization for severe mental health issues (including risk assessments), eating disorders, and substance abuse. She has experience with individual and lots of group counseling across the lifespan with; adolescents, young (emerging) adults, and adults. In addition, she has volunteered for hospice and other community and faith-based organizations.

Sam firmly believes in the humanistic perspective that we all will experience psychological suffering in our lifetime. Many people, especially those from marginalized situations and identities, often experience more trauma that can result in being stuck in shame spirals. She practices a holistic and relational perspective regarding healing, understanding that change often comes from co-regulation in a safe enough healing space and an internal connection to our authentic self (inner sacred wisdom). This perspective involves deconstructing and defusing our conditioned thoughts and befriending all the parts of us, even ones that often look inflexible and rigid, known as our protective parts. Sessions are collaborative and co-created and may involve verbal and non-verbal processing, body/somatic focus, and experiential exercises as agreed on. She integrates an ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), IFS-informed (integrated family systems), polyvagal theory (nervous system) approach, along with compassion-based interventions and attachment theory. She has research and consulting interests in the integration of Faith and Psychology. She is passionate about liberation and creating a non-judgmental space for individuals to connect deeper with their faith, struggling and wrestling with their faith/beliefs, and churches that realize the benefit of destigmatizing mental health issues in their faith communities.

Her heart intends to create honest, brave, and secure spaces, so individuals feel seen. She knows what that feels like to feel unseen, limiting your voice, and learning to mask so much of your authentic self. She hopes to help develop increased curiosity and compassion in relationships (with ourselves and others) while cultivating the courage and ability to sit with difficult things. She enjoys working from a neurodivergent affirming stance, especially with individuals who identify as; ADHDers, Autistic, Highly Sensitive (HSP), anxious, perfectionism, people pleasing/co-dependency, caregivers, and leaders who feel overwhelmed and shame/guilty taking care of themselves and resting.

See our website for information on scheduling consulting with leaders and organizations.


Dawn Lee is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at Adler University and is currently a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).

Dawn has worked with adolescents and adults of various cultural-ethnic backgrounds on struggles concerning depression, anxiety, academic anxiety, stress, career/life transitions, immigration, sexuality, grief/loss, relationship violence/abuse, trauma, and parenting. She has experience co-facilitating psychoeducation/support groups and has provided emotional and advocacy support to a diverse population as an Outreach Advocate and Crisis Lines volunteer. Having worked with a First Nations non-profit organization for many years providing support to some of BC’s remote First Nations communities, Dawn has gained an appreciation of our BC First Nations culture and an appreciation of the intergenerational trauma and mental health struggles that BC First Nations face. She has also had much experience working with children with autism and older adults in other capacities under various agencies and organizations.

Dawn works from an integrated, holistic approach that amalgamates trauma-informed, cognitive-behavioral approaches with other therapeutic modalities tailored to her clients’ needs. As such, she may draw upon mindfulness-based, solution-focused, Adlerian, and narrative therapy approaches and may work from a multicultural/diversity framework as appropriate for the client. Sessions are client-centered, collaborative, and conducted under an open, safe, and non-judgmental space for clients to comfortably share their inner, most personal struggles. Working alongside clients in a culturally sensitive and respectful manner, Dawn supports clients in building their unique strengths to realize the goals they have established in sessions together.

Dawn is fluent in English and Cantonese and has conversational skills in Mandarin.


Dr. Sharon Shacham Dupont earned her Masters’ Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Rhode Island and her Doctorate in Experimental Psychology from the University of Bristol. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). Her specialty areas include relationship counselling, both individual and couple, anxiety, depression, and sexual trauma. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapy to assist clients in adopting more positive ways of thinking. In addition, she uses the Psychodynamic approach’s attachment styles effect on information processing. She has lived in five countries: Israel, France, the United States, England, and Canada. She speaks English, French, and Hebrew fluently, and through her experience in each country, she has become very aware of cultural differences and influences on individuals. She has four children and one dog, with whom she enjoys spending as much time as possible. Besides her family, she enjoys exercising and reading. Everyone deserves a safe environment to express their feelings; she is happy to provide this space.


Brittany MacCartney is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at Adler University and is registered with BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC) as a Clinical Counsellor.

Brittany is working to become a certified sex therapist through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She works with adults and adolescents on topics ranging from sex, sex work, sexuality, queer-identity, polyamory, life transitions, childhood trauma, medical trauma, panic/anxiety all with a trauma-focused lens and trauma-informed background of study.

Brittany also works with couples drawing from Sue Johnson’s Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Which features attachment based interventions grounded within finding empathy, compassion, and care for both yourself and your partner.

Be it individual or couples counselling, Brittany seeks to create a dialogue and space that helps our innermost selves to feel seen, understood, loved, and, unburdened.


Tosin Akinsete is an Associate Clinical Counsellor with MindRight Counselling & Consulting. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology at Adler University ad is currently a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC)

Tosin embodies a present and empathic approach which permits her to accompany you on your healing/counselling journey. On this journey, her goal is to ensure that you are seen and understood. She support in accessing your true, authentic-self, while uncovering your inner strengths. Together, you will work on navigating through any obstacles, uncertainty, or emotional challenges.

By integrating a trauma-informed approach in her practice, you will work on expanding your capacity to manage intense emotions. By cultivating a compassionate, safe, and supportive counselling space, She encourages you to build a better relationship with your emotions and your body. You will work on identifying and approaching your human emotions with self-compassion and genuine curiosity.

We are available for Workshops, Facilitation, & Media Appearances.

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Our fees are in accordance to the recommended fee schedule of the BCACC. We will work with our clients to ensure that fees do not stand in the way of helping you with making a change. Fees for letters/reports are additional and will vary.

MindRight Counselling & Consulting accepts cash, credit card, debit card, and personal cheque. For our e-counselling clients, we are able to send electronic invoices for payment.


50 Minutes


Intern Therapists from City University pursuing their Masters’ Degree in Counselling.

Only Available at our Vancouver-Burrard & Richmond-Brighouse Locations Only.

Can be covered by most Extended Health Care providers.

Evening/Weekend Appointments Available.

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50 Minutes


Available for clients approved through CVAP or currently on Income/Disability Assistance.

Available for clients on Short Term & Long Term Disability for those who meet the necessary criteria.

Evening/Weekend Appointments Available.

Clients will need to pay Individual Counselling rate for first session. Each subsequent session will be subsidized.

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50 Minutes

$170/Session (Associate Rate)

$190/Session (Senior Clinician Rate of Manj Bath, Amy Bath & Samantha McGee)

Extended Length Sessions Available (Must Book in Advance).

Can be covered by most Extended Health Care providers.

Evening/Weekend Appointments Available.

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50 Minutes


Extended Length Sessions Available.

Can be covered by most Extended Health care providers.

Evening/Weekend Appointments Available.

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Majority of our services at MindRight are covered by your workplace benefits package or health insurance. It’s important to check with your provider to find out what your plan covers, as every plan is different for each individual.

At your session, we will provide you with an insurance-friendly receipt that includes all the information about your practitioner, the service provided, and the amount paid via email. This receipt can be submitted to your insurance company by you for re-imbursement. If you have no coverage, the receipts are still useful for income tax use.

Extended Health Care

Many Extended Health Care providers (EHCs) cover the cost of counselling, such as Pacific Blue Cross, Manulife Financial, Great-West Life, SunLife Financial, and others. We recommend that if you are considering counselling to check with your Extended Health Care provider, as well as your Union Contract, to ensure that “Clinical Counsellor,” “Clinical Counselling,” or similar terms are eligible. We want to ensure that there are no surprises when it comes to paying for services.

Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP)

The Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP) assists victims, immediate family members and some witnesses in coping with the effects of violent crime. It provides financial benefits to help offset financial losses and assist in recovery. MindRight Counselling & Consulting is an approved provider for providing counselling services.


If you are in an motor vehicle accident, you are automatically pre-approved under your Plan VII benefits for counselling services through ICBC for 12 sessions for 12 weeks after your accident, we can assist with addressing your concerns from anxiety, PTSD, pain management, and other areas. If you are currently involved in any legal proceeding involving ICBC and are using a lawyer, we will work with you and your lawyer to ensure that you receive the service you need and will provide reports to your lawyer as needed.

First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) Health Benefits Program

We are an approved clinical provider for FNHA Crisis Intervention Mental Health Program and the Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Program (IRS-RHSP).

Employee Family Assistance Program (EFAP)

We are an approved EFAP provider for FSEAP, Aspiria, and others. Check with your employer about your EFAP coverage for you and/or your family and request short-term counselling with us to deal with any crises that are impacting your quality of life and/or work performance.

IAMAW/AC-EAP Counselling Reimbursement Plan (Claim Secure)

We are an approved provider for members of the IAMAW Union/Air Canada to be reimbursed for counselling under Claim Secure. Connect with your EAP Coordinator and ask to be referred to MindRight. We will connect you with the counsellor to best fit your needs.


If you have experienced a workplace injury, you may be eligible for counselling services to treat trauma, depression, anxiety, and other health concerns related to your accident. Speak to your case manager at WorkSafeBC to access counselling with MindRight.


Located at Riverside Business Plaza

1121 – 11871 Horseshoe Way, Richmond, BC, V7A 5H5

Near Richmond-Brighouse Canada Line Skytrain Station

160B – 8279 Saba Rd.,
Richmond, BC, V6Y 4B6


Corner of W Broadway & Spruce St.

210 – 1089 W Broadway
Vancouver, BC, V6H 1E5

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