Cordelia Mejin, MA, RCC, CCC

I desire to provide gentle and compassionate care, empathy and a safe place as I believe that we as humans have longings to feel seen, heard, known, understood, felt, accepted, and cared for, especially in difficult moments. I hold designations as Registered Clinical Counsellor and Canadian Certified Counsellor. My specialty is supporting young adults and adults process the different layers and emotions in grief and loss, grow one’s capacity to carry grief and integrate grief into their life story.

I value holding space for your story to be told and acknowledged in a supportive space where your experiences are validated, honoured, processed and integrated into your life story in a way that is fitting for you. I consider it an honour to walk alongside you and to meet you where you are at.

I have 6 years of therapeutic experience and have supported individuals in a counselling capacity at a college, community service settings, a hospice society and a long-term care setting. Altogether, I have 12 years of combined education and work experience in the field of mental health.

At the hospice society, I supported bereaved individuals aged between 18 and 88 from diverse cultural backgrounds through counselling and facilitation of grief support groups. At the long-term care setting, I supported senior residents with a range of cognitive abilities including individuals with dementia and Parkinson’s disease. Additionally, I provided support to the family members of residents. My experience of being up close with the residents in their dying moments has shaped who I am as a person and professional.






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