Our expert therapists in Langley, BC, help provide solutions to your problems – whatever they may be.

Darcy Bailey and Associates Counselling is a dedicated group of counsellors in Langley,BC. We offer specialized therapy for adults with personal, relationship, or parenting concerns.

We also provide counselling for children and teens, helping them and their parents solve and heal a variety of issues that children and teens experience.

Our goal is to enrich people’s lives so that they can live with more peace, joy, and happiness. We aim to inspire our therapy clients to reach their true potential.

The success of our counselling practice is based on our ability to help our clients by creating a unique and customized strategy that offers prompt, effective, and quality psychological to help you achieve your goals.

Our Langley counsellors understand that we all cope with life’s challenges differently, but we also believe that all people are capable, resourceful and able make positive changes in their lives.

Our Langley Therapists

Darcy Bailey, MSW, RSW, RCC, DipATDarcy Bailey, MSW, RSW, RCC, DipAT

Darcy Bailey leads our way. She has been a Langley counsellor in private practice since 2006. From 1992-2005, she had great success working in a variety of government and community counselling settings with adults and children.

A parent herself, Darcy understands the challenges that parenting brings. She’s had life struggles that she overcame in her early life and has been thriving ever since. Darcy makes strong connections with adults, children and teenagers.

Darcy is open-minded, empathic, and has a good sense of humor. Darcy is highly respected by her clients and within her professional community.

You can read more about Darcy here.

Nancy Orlikow MA, RCC, BCRATNancy Orlikow, MA, RCC, BCATR

Nancy is a practicing counsellor since 1995 in both community organizations and in private practice. She has a great deal of experience in the fields of trauma, abuse and neglect, including sexual abuse. Nancy has also has worked as a supervisor and manager for organizations providing family counseling.

As a shy child, Nancy found comfort in art. She has since become a mixed media artist and uses art as her primary tool as a therapist.

Nancy is a parent of two children, and thus understands the difficulties, fears and challenges that many parents face.

You can read more about Nancy here.

Ellahae Keshmiri, MA, RCC

Ellahae is a registered Clinical Counsellor with years of experience in providing counselling for children, youth, adults and families. She has over ten years of experience with crisis and suicide assessment, prevention and stabilization with children and youth. She also has extensive experience in assessment and treatment of mental health issues including, but not limited to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis and trauma.

Ellahae’s experience over the years working with organizations such as Child and Youth Mental Health, Child and Youth Crisis Program, Crisis Lines, Early Psychosis Intervention Program as well as with acute inpatient and outpatient psychiatric teams has provided her with an in depth knowledge and experience within this field.

You can read more about Ellahae here.

Raheel Rahman, MA, RCC

Raheel Rahman, MA, RCC is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). He holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle. He has over a decade of experience working with children and adults.

Raheel has worked as a Child and Youth Mental Health Clinician for over 4 years in a rural and urban community providing mental health services to children and youth suffering from serious emotional, psychological, behavioural and psychiatric illness. He has a great commitment to providing the highest standard of quality care to individuals, families and communities, to contribute positive mental health services that can improve the quality of life of his clients.

Raheel offers services in English, Urdu and Hindi.

You can read more about Raheel here.

Trish Rapske, BA, DVATI, MAIS, RCCTrish Rapske, MAIS, RCC, DVATI, RCAT

Trish, as a counsellor and art therapist, has worked in the public and alternate school systems supporting children and youth one-to-one who have experienced anxiety, anger, sexual and physical abuse, self-harming tendencies, behavioural difficulties, separation anxiety, depression, selective mutism, grief and family transition (separation, divorce, foster care). She has also run groups with adults in various medical and residential settings in the Lower Mainland focusing on grief and loss, addiction recovery (harm reduction and abstinence-based models), life skills, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship conflict challenges and end of life care within the palliative care setting.

As an artist and art therapist, Trish believes that creativity can manifest in many forms (crafting, textile-work, jewelry-making, cooking, photography, music making, stop-motion or film, dancing, singing, painting, sculpting etc.). These expressions can help us externalize emotions, desires, hopes and intentions for ourselves that we might not otherwise be able to express adequately with words. Creativity can bridge the gap between the verbal and non-verbal and facilitate communication within the counselling process. As we externalize dialogue and inner conflict we are offered new perspectives and opportunities for change and growth.

You can read more about Trish here.

Swetha-RanasuriyaSwetha Ranasuriya, BFA, B.Ed, MA, DVATI, RCC

Swetha Ranasuriya is trained as an Artist (B.F.A) and a teacher (B.Ed). She holds a Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management and is trained as a Professional Art Therapist (DVATI).

Swetha gained her initial experience into therapy and counselling within the school system as a high school art teacher. It was her ability to build strong relationships with students that led her to pursue becoming an art therapist and clinical counsellor. She currently works in Surrey Schools with teens who struggle with depression and anxiety. In addition, she has a diverse background working with teens struggling with addiction, trauma, abuse, and grief. Swetha particularly enjoys working with this age group as they were her introduction into therapeutic work.

Swetha also has experience with grief work through Surrey Hospice, where she was a counselling intern. There she was able to work with all age groups. She finds being the therapist in grief work and being able to add grief counselling to her experience a privilege.

In her personal time, she enjoys leading professional learning groups for teachers on mental health, and working for non-profit organizations that encourage mental health and wellness.

You can read more about Swetha here.

Palvinder Manhas, RCC

Pal has worked as a Registered Clinical Counsellor for 14 years, providing psychotherapy and counselling to diverse individuals and families in various contexts.

Pal’s interest in counselling arises from being curious and intrigued about relationships and how each relationship develops and transforms in various contexts. Pal’s goal as a counsellor is to help clients develop a deeper understanding of self and others in relationships.

Pal’s approach to working with clients is based on mutual respect, honesty and genuine interest in the success of clients. Pal works from client centred approach working to support clients to meet their personal and relationship goals. Her approach encompasses but is not limited to: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Traumatic Incident Reduction, Expressive Play Therapies and Gottman Couples Therapy, EMDR along with addressing issues such as anxiety, depression/low mood, grief/loss, trauma, relationships challenges with individuals and couples.


You can read more about Palvinder here.

Jayne Blemings, RCC

Jayne is a highly attuned collaborative therapist who can work across the life span with youth and adults by providing individual and couples/relationships counselling. Through compassionate exploration, Jayne assists clients in gaining clarity on current challenges and assists them with connecting to their inner strengths and competencies to improve current and future functioning while improving their lives and relationships.

Jayne does not feel that counselling is a “one size fits all” endeavour and she adjusts her approach according to the needs of clients and their goals for counselling. Jayne’s knack for bringing compassion, humour, and understanding to the counselling relationship with clients helps ease the sometimes difficult journey of healing.

You can read more about Jayne here.

If you think one of our Langley therapists can help you solve the struggles you are currently experiencing, contact us now.

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