“If we do not change the direction we are going, we are likely to end up where we are headed.”
Registered Clinical Counsellor (#2938)
MA (Counselling Psychology), BSc
Nadja Graham has over 15 years of experience in Personal Counselling, conducting Assessments and supporting individuals with Workplace Dynamics. She received her Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from Adler University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Victoria.
As a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Nadja is highly experienced with both personal and vocational counselling. Nadja worked for Vancouver Coastal Health Authority for over 10 years in both Child/Youth and Adult Mental Health. In particular, she supported clients as they re-entered the workforce and provided short-term and long-term counselling for a wide range of mental health issues. Nadja was also part of a Crisis Response Team conducting risk assessments, treatment and consultation. Over the course of her career Nadja has facilitated a number of psychological groups and workshops focusing in part on Myers Briggs (MBTI), ADHD, Depression, Parent Programs and Anxiety. She also has a background in Human Resources and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselling. Nadja incorporates this wealth of experience into her career counselling work.
In 2016, Nadja co-founded the ADHD Centre for Treatment Services and established her own private practice focused in part on ADHD, anxiety and perfectionism. In 2018, after pursuing further training in psychometric testing and career research, Nadja joined Lloyd Counselling.
While now specializing in the areas of Vocational Assessment and Career Counselling, Nadja also offers counselling for individuals struggling with personal and mental health challenges. She supports clients in exploring and discovering ways of living more satisfying and resourceful lives. In sessions, she aids individuals in developing awareness and skills to enhance their effectiveness and ability to cope. Nadja is passionate about working with clients to help them find meaningful purpose in their lives.