Nina Hopmeier completed her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from the Athabasca University of Alberta. Her training was largely focussed on mindfulness and cognitive behaviorial approaches.

Growing up in Vienna, Austria, in a multicultural environment has largely influenced the counsellor that she is today. through her life experiences and training on multiculturalism she has gained awareness of the importance of tailoring her therapeutic approach to the cultural needs of individuals. She is extremely passionate about working through a multicultural lens in order to strengthen trust and rapport.

Her areas of focus are: depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief & loss, stress management, eating disorders, addictions, couples therapy and trauma.

“I work from a supportive and non-judgmental stance, focusing on the strengths and resources of my clients. Feedback is an additional factor that I perceive as essential for a positive therapeutic experience. I strongly encourage each of my clients to share their thoughts and opinions about the therapeutic process in order to strengthen cohesion and collaboration.”

Nina Hopmeier

You can contact Nina at:

(236) 788-8810 or

Fees are set in according to the rates of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).


For more information, please download her brochure here:

10 Aug 2017
August 10, 2017

German Community Invited to Cityride

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Hello to the German Community,

I wanted to pass along an event that I along with Charmaine Crooks am putting on that is called Our Cityride. If you feel that the German community may be interested in taking part please pass along the event details. I ask because we are working closely with the Dutch Consulate for their initiative in the International Ride and we are welcoming like minded nations to join them.

The 17km ride is an all inclusive non competitive ride that will go through all the iconic spots of downtown Vancouver that begins at 5pm from David Lam Park. The family friendly festival will be open between 3-9pm and will have a signature band play, an open beer garden, kids zone, Expo, Food Trucks and free bike Valet.

There will also be some really cool prizes awarded, such as complimentary flights from Vancouver to Amsterdam curtesy of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, a Norco Bike and tickets to future Canucks & White Caps Games.

Only $20 for adults and U18 are free. More information can be found at This is a not for profit event run under our 365 International Sport Foundation, held on August 19th, 207.

If you need any other info let me know. Thanks in advance for anyone you could circulate this to in the German community.

Kind Regards,