Lorraine Irlam, MA, Registered Clinical Counsellor
Lorraine Irlam, MA
Registered Clinical Counsellor

After years of living with insomnia myself, I know first hand the profound difference CBT-I can make. My passion is to help others get better quality sleep and live life to the fullest. I know that a better life is indeed possible! In fact, I feel so strongly about this that I am now dedicating my practice to helping people recover from chronic insomnia and reclaim their lives.

I’m a Registered Clinical Counsellor with specialized training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia and Online Counselling. I hold a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Counselling Psychology from UBC (BA in Psychology from SFU).

Why Choose a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)?

“The RCC designation is your guarantee that a counselling professional has met rigorous training [Masters-level], experience and supervision requirements.”

“RCCs are held accountable to their clients through the BCACC’s  Code of Ethical Conduct, Standards of Clinical Practice, and its complaints, investigation and disciplinary procedures.”

“All RCCs must pass a Criminal Record Check and carry professional liability insurance.”

“A Registered Clinical Counsellor can help you get a better understanding of your issues and concerns in order to enhance your self-growth, personal effectiveness, relationships, and your general mental health and well-being.”

(from BC Association of Clinical Counsellors)

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My registration with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (member #1828, Lorraine Irlam) can be verified on the BCACC website.

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