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Administrative Staff:

Deborah Wilson
Executive Director
Kara Ross 
Executive Assistant
Jan Bate, BA, MALT
Community Relations & Fundraising Strategies
Sarah Bradley, MA, RCC, BCATR
Program Director
Liz Nelson, M.Ed.
Program Director

Kristi Thiele, BBA
Finance and HR Director

Shannon Bartol, BSW
Finance Assistant

Ida Mason
Administrative Assistant

Marsha Petty-Johnson, BA
Administrative Assistant

Counselling Staff:

Blair Henderson, M.Ed.

Addictions Counsellor


Caroline Buttery BFA, DVATI

Adult Program Counsellor /Art Therapist


Caroline Creighton, MA, RCC, Cert. Con. Res.

Addictions Counsellor/Clinical Counsellor


Jen Holm

Youth & Family Counsellor


Jennifer Munro, MA, RCC, RSW

Clinical Counsellor/

Program Coordinator, Community Counselling Program


Jennine Downie, BA, BSW



Jonathan Percy-Brother, BSW

Child, Youth & Family Counsellor


Julia Leggett

Youth & Family Counsellor


Lianne Kirby, MA, RCC

Clinical Counsellor, Child Therapist


Mia Golden, BJus, DipCYC

Child, Youth and Family Counsellor/

Coordinator Crime Reduction & Education (CRED) Program


Natasha Carville, MA, CCC

Clinical Counsellor


Owen Russell

Child. Youth & Family Counsellor


Patricia Nasmyth, MA, RCC

Clinical Counsellor


Sara Radford, MA, RCC

Clinical Counsellor, Child Therapist


Shana Girard, MA

Intake Counsellor


Sinead Neary, MA, CCC

Clinical Counsellor


Stephanie Patterson, BA

Child, Youth, and Family Counsellor


Better at Home

Dori Bodman, Program Coordinator


Skookum Skills Employment Program Staff

Liz Overton, BSW, RSW

Red Seal Pastry Certification

Program Coordinator/Head Chef


Suzy Rambo

Youth Worker

Since 1968, Pacific Centre Family Services Association has been promoting dignity and quality of life for families and individuals across Greater Victoria, especially on the West Shore, through education, counselling and creative programming. We offer a wide range of vital services for people dealing with substance use, mental health issues, and day-to-day life challenges. Across 14 core programs, our services are improving the lives of an average of 1,700 youth-at-risk, adults, families and seniors each year.