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Please contact me directly to schedule a free 20-minute phone/video consultation or if you don't see your preferred day/time on my booking calendar

*Evening Availability*


My name is Katrina Moore-Pettersson (she/her). I am a registered social worker offering clinical counselling in-person in Nelson, BC, as well as virtual, telephone and nature-based sessions. 

First and foremost, I believe that YOU are the expert of you. I am simply there to guide you back to the answers that lie within you.


I draw upon a range of modalities and theories including Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems/Parts Work, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, mindfulness methods, nature-based/adventure therapy, Attachment Theory, Systems Theory, and Polyvagal Theory

I strive to co-create (with you) a compassionate, inclusive, judgement-free space for you to come as you are. My professional (and personal) values are rooted in social justice and thus, I maintain an intersectional, strengths-based, relational and anti-oppressive lens in my practice. 

I work with and welcome a variety of populations, including teenagers (15 +), adults and older populations of many different backgrounds and gender identifications

I support those experiencing:

- Early/Developmental Trauma & Attachment Struggles
- Trauma & PTSD

- Grief, Loss, and Transition
- Anxiety & Depression
- Poor Self-worth
- Anger issues
- Eating Disorders & Body Image Challenges
- Relationships and Dating Issues
- High Sensitivity (Highly Sensitive Persons)
- Chronic Pain
*2SLGBTQIA+ Allied
*(Dis)Ability Allied


Katrina Moore-Pettersson
Registered Social Worker #16040


I acknowledge the tmixʷ (Syilx okanagan), snʕickstx tmxʷúlaʔxʷ (Sinixt) and ɁamakɁis (Ktunaxa) peoples, as well as many other diverse Indigenous persons, including the Metis, whose traditional and stolen territory I live, work, and play within. I offer my gratitude to these peoples who have stewarded this land since time immemorial and continue to demonstrate resilience in the face of ongoing colonialism.




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