Womens' Place Trauma Counselling Program

Crime - Victim Assistance Counselling

For any women, children, adolescents or men that have been the victim of a crime and have been awarded counselling benefits through the Crime – Victim Assistance Program we have experienced trauma counsellors that can help people resolve the traumatic stress that has  resulted from the incident.  


Traumatic stress can severely disrupt a person’s functioning and well-being.  It is common to experience difficulty sleeping, panic attacks, withdrawal from every day activities, low mood and hypervigilance.  


Our trauma counsellors have extensive training in helping people that have experienced a trauma. The therapy models used by our trauma counsellors include Sensory-Motor Processing, Focusing, Eye Movement De-sensitization and Reprocessing and Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Trauma.


For more information or to set up an appointment please contact Heather Evans at 604-541-4827.


If you have been the victim of a crime and have not applied for counselling benefits you can apply online at http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/law-crime-and-justice/criminal-justice/bc-criminal-justice-system/if-victim/publications/cvap-victim-application.pdf


Program name (alternate):  Trauma Counselling Program

Address / Contact Info

Sources Community Resources Society Trauma Counselling Program Women's Place
15318-20 Street Surrey, BCV4A 2A3
Mailing address:
As above

Phone Numbers

Trauma Counselling : (604) 541-4827
Fax : (604) 536-6362

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: 8:00-6:00 pm

Walk-in hours: Appointment required


Can I bring my child?: yes
Child care for counselling appoitnments must be arranged in advance.

Service Details

Geographic areas served: South Surrey, Surrey, Surrey BC, White Rock
How to apply: Please contact us for an appointment.
Accepting new patients / clients: Accepting new clients
Languages spoken: English, Panjabi (Punjabi)

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This program was last updated on 29 Sep 2017.