Dr. Daria Shewchuk(-Dann) has worked with children, youth, and adults in a variety of settings and has served as a consulting Psychologist to the Attorney General’s Ministry, Ministry for Children and Families, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Health.
She has been a clinical supervisor and has taught at colleges and universities in the areas of counselling theories, trauma, more...
A Safe Atmosphere to Meet Your Needs
We provide a safe space in which we will assist you with your psychological needs and achieving your life goals.
Our New Westminister office is located at 625 5th Avenue in the New Westminister Professional Building.
We are committed to respecting and honoring individual and cultural beliefs.
We create a safe atmosphere for the comfort and dignity of clients.
We assist you in solving life's challenges and problems, adjusting to new life circumstances or events, and helping you to grow into a more comfortable, effective, and thriving individual.
About Dr. Daria
Dr. Daria Shewchuk(-Dann) [Registered Psychologist #1821 (BC)] has over 35 years experience working as a clinical, counseling psychologist and clinical social worker. She has been the owner of, and lead therapist for, Shewchuk-Dann & Associates since 1986. Dr. Shewchuk moved to Vancouver and the lower mainland in 2007.
Dr. Shewchuk's therapeutic approach is tailored to each individual client's needs and draws from a variety of therapeutic orientations.
Dr. Daria Shewchuk currently sees Adults and Youth (15 years old and up) but no longer sees Children.
Dr. Shewchuk primarily provides services at 625-5th Avenue, New Westminister, BC. This is a private, welcoming, and comfortable enviornment.
After an initial session some services may be provided, in select cases, in Surrey, BC.
Telephone appointments may be possible in some cases, after several in-person sessions.
Counseling with a PhD level Clinical Psychologist who has over 35 years of experience in the field.
Payment is by cash, cheque, VISA, or Mastercard at the end of each therapy session.
Psychological services are covered by most extended health care plans such as Blue Cross, Manulife and Sun Life Financial, Maritime and Great West Life. Coverage may be available from Criminal Injury or Crime Victim Assistance (i.e. BC Ministry of Justice).