John Hayashi, MEd RCC

(250) 818-1228


  • Bachelor's Degree Faculty of Human & Social Development
    • School of Child & Youth Care, University of Victoria, 1987
  • M.Ed. Counselling Psychology
    • Faculty of Psychological Foundations, University of Victoria, 1990 
  • Registered Clinical Counsellor
    • Registered with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
    • Registration N. 566, Registered in 1992

Contracts & Consultation Services:

  • EFAP (Employee Family Assistance Program) counselling coverage for Provincial & Federal government employees (including military, RCMP, Health Canada and all ministry employees)
  • EFAP critical incident coverage for Provincial & Federal government employees, many banks and other organizations
  • EFAP group services relating to mediation, employee health, loss/grief
  • Stroh Health Care, Responsible Driver Treatment groups
  • Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support


I am a person first and a professional second. I see myself as always trying to remember to use the knowledge and skills I've gained over the years, while relating as one person to another. I am open to questions about my current life and my personal history. I believe it is important for clients to feel comfortable with the person they select to help them with important life issues such as their marriage, parenting and the range of life issues common to us all. People are amazing in thier differences and the variety of ways they cope with what life throws at them. I think of my role as helping each individual move towards what they want in life by using the abilities they came into the world with and the knowledge/training I have.