About Us

About Our Private Practice

Northern Counselling and EMDR is a private practice committed to caring and providing the highest quality of professional confidential therapeutic competence.

 

Mr. Frantisek Anderko is passionate about strengthening relationships and providing a caring and compassionate place to support the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of his clients. He offers confidential counselling services to adults, youth, couples, and families regarding a variety of mental health issues and relational struggles. Counselling is available in English, Italian and Slovak language.


Clients with extended health care coverage (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP) are welcome.

Providing you with the best counsellors for the best care

Frantisek Anderko, PhD.

Mr. Frantisek Anderko, Master Practitioner in Clinical counselling, has the experience to offer specialized services in:

  • self-esteem

  • depression

  • anger management

  • conflict resolution

  • stress management

  • workplace harassment

  • anxiety/panic attacks

  • substance abuse & addiction

  • critical incident stress debriefing

  • physical/sexual abuse

  • grief/bereavement

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • First Nations issues

  • parenting

  • co-dependency

  • marital/relationship counselling

  • family violence

  • family of origin issues/dysfunction

  • family therapy

  • child/youth issues

  • child abuse trauma

  • communication

  • seniors issues

  • spiritual concerns

  • transitions/change

other

Mr. Frantisek Anderko is a philosopher, counsellor and psychotherapist. He immigrated to Canada from Ireland in 2010 and currently lives in Prince George, British Columbia with his wife and two children.

In 1995 Frantisek finished his Bachelor’s degree in Theology at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia. Two years after he completed his Master’s degree in Philosophy at Salesian Pontifical University in Rome, Italy where he also completed his PhD in Philosophy in 2007.

Frantisek always wanted to pursue a career in Counselling and Psychotherapy, which changed into vocation rather than just a day to day job. He obtained his Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2010 from Institute of Integrated Counselling and Psychotherapy in Dublin, Ireland.

From 2010 to 2013 Frantisek worked as a Child and Youth Mental Health Counsellor at Mackenzie Counselling Services in Mackenzie, BC and joined Northern Health as a Mental Health and Addiction Clinician in Vanderhoof in 2014. Frantisek is currently working with Northern Health as Mental Health and Addiction Clinician in Prince George.

In 2011 Frantisek became a member of Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (CPCA member #3123) and is currently practicing counselling as a Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling.

Frantisek provides counselling in English, Italian and Slovak language.

Tanya Klassen, MEd. Counselling

Mrs. Tanya Klassen, Registered Clinical Counsellor, has the experience to offer specialized services in:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Grief and loss

  • Stress management

  • Life transitions

  • Realtionship concerns

  • Family dynamics

  • Parenting and child/youth related issues - attachment

  • Generational trauma

  • Individuals, couples and families

  • Self-esteem

  • Coping skills

  • Communication

Tanya Klassen lives with her family in Prince George. She is married and has 2 step-sons and one birth son.

Tanya is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (registration # 15317) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC). She holds a bachelors degree in Child and Youth Care from the University of Victoria and a Masters of Education Counselling from The University of Northern British Columbia.

She has worked with children, families and youth for the past 20 years. Raised in a small local town, Tanya understands the unique needs of northern communities and their residents. As a wife, mother and professional, Tanya recognizes the complexities of work-life balance, stress and the need for healthy, happy relationships.

Tanya takes a strength based approach to counselling and believes that people have the skills within themselves to find the solutions they need for the challenges they are facing. She believes that empathy, curiosity and a desire to understand will guide clients in the process of recognizing patterns of behaviour and finding healthier ways of responding to life’s circumstances.

 

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1717 3rd Avenue, Unit 201, Prince George, V2L 3G7, BC

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Phone: 250-596-8954  /  Fax: 250-596-8956  / Email: northerncounselling.emdr@gmail.com