MA, RCC (#3089), RRP (#4288)
Amy Lloyd has over 15 years of experience in Vocational Assessment, Personal and Career Counselling and Adult Education. She received her Master of Arts Degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler University, a post-graduate Teaching Diploma from Langara College, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Victoria.
Amy has facilitated a number of psychological-educational courses and programs. While she specializes in the areas of Vocational Assessment and Career Counselling, Amy also offers general counselling support for individuals struggling with personal issues and mental health or learning challenges affecting their private lives or working environments.
As a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Registered Rehabilitation Professional, Amy is highly experienced in both vocational and personal counselling fields. She has specialised graduate training in Adlerian Individual Psychology, and incorporates this approach in her counselling work. She further underwent post-graduate training in Vocational Assessments and Vocational Rehabilitation (with a focus on assisting individuals in removing barriers and returning to work). Amy has been accepted as an Expert Witness in Vocational Rehabilitation in the Supreme Courts of British Columbia.
After six years as a consultant at the Vocational Consulting Group (VCG), Amy established her own private practice in 2012 in Vancouver. In 2016/17 Amy was the pilot program facilitator for the YWCA/ UBC Single Parent Support Group for women studying and working at UBC who were parenting young children on their own. In 2017, Amy became the first onsite counsellor at Canada’s largest law firm, Borden Ladner Gervais, in downtown Vancouver and piloted this position from 2017 until 2020.
Amy is committed to lifelong learning and further development of her work in counselling and adult education.
Whether you have recently graduated, have decided to explore other career opportunities, or are simply curious about where your true passion lies, Vocational Assessment, Psychometric Testing, and Career Counselling is the ideal place to begin.
"I want to go beyond helping people find a job. My objective is to help them discover what kind of work they truly want to embrace.
It’s a process of discovery—helping others and gathering information about their life and experiences. It fascinates me."
“In my experience, this combination of counselling and testing tools has proven successful time and again.”