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My name is Cheyenne Fox Tree-McGrath (She/Her). My Indigenous name is Yamoca Banaru (Two Feathered Woman). I am from the Arawak Nation and German on my mother’s side and Irish and Finnish on my Father’s side. Iukaieke Guainia is my tribal community. I am also a member of the 2sLGBTQ+ community.


Originally, I am from the unceded territory of the Pawtucket and Massa-adchu-es-et nations, located in Massachusetts, USA. Currently, I live on the unceded territories of the Coast Sxalish people which are the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, also known as Vancouver, Canada. I believe every counsellor also needs a therapist, but I know it is hard to find one where you can "just be the client" and not feel judged.

Whose Cheyenne?

As a counselor, I provide a safe and affirming space for clients to explore their goals and work towards healing and growth.


My approach blends elements of mindfulness, body awareness, neurobiology, and trauma-informed care to build resistance and resilience. I have training in a range of therapeutic approaches, including Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Two-Eyed Seeing, Traditional Indigenous teachings and medicines, and Trauma Treatment.

I am keenly aware of the interplay of social identities and am comfortable integrating discussions of race, class, sex, gender, dis/ability, and more into the therapeutic alliance. I work with individuals of all ages, particularly young adults, and believe in building strong relationships with my clients so that they feel seen, heard, and safe.

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