Counselling Services

Phone: 250-960-6369
Fax: 250-960-5182
Location: Room 5-196, Prince George campus
Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (closed for lunch 12:00 - 1:00 pm)

Our staff

  • MEd (Counselling), CCC Counsellor

    My name is Gina Marie and I am from Toronto, but currently feeling settled in Prince George.

    My main goals in session are to create a safe and supportive space for you to express yourself. As a counsellor, I strive to be as authentic as I can, when sharing that space with you. I think the therapeutic connection between the client and the counsellor creates a foundation for change, and the opportunity to gain new perspective.

    My own self-care includes avid music listening, cat whispering and the sorcery of manifesting.

  • Student Services Representative
  • Margaret Fuller
    MEd (Counselling), CCC Counsellor

    I work with clients to create safe, relational spaces where you can grapple and struggle to make sense of life while a student at UNBC.

    It has been my privilege to “come along side” students at UNBC for the past 10 years in building mental health skills, discovering their unique selves, and enhancing their academic goals. I am passionate about helping students notice their possibilities, build self-compassion, and develop skills for their well-being.  

    I look forward to connecting and sharing the journey of student life!

  • Joyce Henley
    Counsellor President, CUPE Local 3799
  • MEd (Counselling), CCC UNBC Counselling Centre Coordinator

    Counselling for me is about developing a relationship with you. My hope is to create a space to explore your thoughts, feelings, struggles and victories. Together, we can take time to notice your strengths and resiliencies. I invite you to the counselling experience to uncover what you need to encounter life as it is today and to learn possibilities for tomorrow. I am excited for your time here at UNBC and look forward to the opportunity to meet as you travel on your personal journey.

  • McClaskey, Matt
    MEd (Counselling Psychology), RCC Counsellor

    Looking back upon my academic career it seems I could have benefited from counselling if I knew what counselling actually was. Back then, I viewed counselling centres as strange and sometimes serious places where clients wept and counsellors used words like ‘process’ and ‘journey’. Over my 15 years in the profession, I have learned that counselling, in its most fundamental form, is simply a conversation about how things are and how things could be. If you have questions about whether counselling would be helpful for you, just give us a call.

  • MEd (Counselling), CCC Counsellor

    Hi, thank you for checking out my bio.  My name is Maria Walsh and I have been working at Counselling Services with the Wellness Centre for the last 25 years. I am still very passionate about the work I do and the learning that comes from interacting with my clients. My areas of interest are global well-being with a major focus on mindfulness, neurological processes related to change capacity, self-esteem/efficacy, mental health, integrationist theory, and trauma informed practice.