Brandy Kane MSW RCSW
PhD Student, Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
My ceremonial name is Thunder Eagle Woman. I am Xaxli’p from St’at’imc territory in Lillooet BC. First of all, I would like to acknowledge the Sto:lo unceded Coast Salish territories on which I live and work.
With over 15 years experience I have supported people on their journey to healing and wellness. I am a registered Clinical Social Worker with the British Columbia College of Social Worker’s #11869. Additionally, I am registered with the British Columbia Association of Social Worker’s. I received my Masters of Social Work degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in the Aboriginal Field of Study. I also hold certificates in Indigenous Focus Oriented Therapy and Complex Trauma Counselling and Psychotherapy, Substance Misuse Counselling, Family & Community Counselling, Trauma Counselling, and Medicine Wheel Facilitation Training. Additionally, I am available for therapeutic groups, supervision, and educational training workshops. I continue to stay current with new research and therapeutic techniques through professional development seminars, conferences and workshops.
I live with my husband Sean in Mission. We are the parents of 2 grown children, 3 grandchildren, a cat and our little dog, Diva. My husband and I are active member’s of the Indigenous community, living, working, and supporting whenever possible through ceremony, activism, social justice and community engagement.
This is our therapy dog, Diva