• Suite 522 - 119 West Pender Street Vancouver V6B 1S5 V6B 1S5
  • Phone: (604) 360-7072
  • Email: contact@nexuscounselling.ca

Therapeutic Approach
Candace Marshall MA CCC

My approach to counselling is deeply rooted in an off-shoot of Feminism, Relational-Cultural Therapy. As a Relational-Cultural therapist, I believe that clients hold the ‘key’ and, ultimately, know what is best for them.

By identifying the changes, you would like to make and understanding the myriad of factors that weave together to form the fabric of your life, you and I can work together and better identify what is not working, and, how to implement changes in a way that best works for you. By working collaboratively with you no matter your reasons and/or goals for counselling, our work together is always driven by you.






  • In office services Tuesday through Friday
  • Video services Monday though Saturday



COVID-19 Safety

In these unprecedented times and COVID-19, Nexus Counselling Services is dedicated to ensuring the risk of transmission is as close to zero as possible. The following protocols have been developed to ensure your safety, my safety and, the safety of our community at large.

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Areas of Expertise

At Nexus Counselling Services, I recognize that being in the nexus of something often means you are right in the middle of it. Too often however, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the multitude of things coming at you. At Nexus, I will work with you within the context of a nonjudgmental, collaborative and healing therapeutic relationship to parse out and clearly see the interwoven links and connections that contribute to how you experience, perceive and interpret life͛s challenges, difficulties and obstacles.

  • Dissociative Disorders (e.g., DID, DDNOS)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) & Complex Trauma
  • Relationship Conflicts (e.g., communication, partners, friends, workplace, intimacy, infidelity)
  • Ritualistic Abuse

General Counselling Services

  • Adjustment to cognitive health concerns (e.g., developmental aging, mild traumatic brain injury)
  • Adjustment to physical health concerns
  • Anxiety
  • Career/Vocational
  • Coaching
  • Culture Shock and Assimilation
  • Depression
  • End of Life Issues and Terminal Illness (e.g., HIV, cancer)
  • Grief & Loss (e.g., death, relationship loss, divorce, infidelity)

Therapeutic Tools, Techniques & Approaches

Ethical Code & Standards of Practice

As a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) I am governed by the rules and regulations of this overseeing body.  The links below describe both the Ethical Code and the Standards of Practice for CCPA.




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