Oralie Loong, RCC


EMDR Trainer

About Me

As a late-diagnosed autistic, I know how it feels to struggle but not know why. So many of us have lived our lives in the neurotypical world but never felt like we truly fit in. This can lead to anxiety and depression, among other mental health challenges. Having a counsellor who approaches neurodiversity from a positive lens and who has been through similar experiences can help you begin to unpack the trauma from so many years of not being able to be your true self. I work with clients on being healthy within the neurotypical world by creating the life that honours their neurodivergence. If this resonates with you, let's talk! EMDR is my primary approach to counselling but I also use elements of attachment theory, somatic approaches, and mindfulness. It is important to me that you feel safe to be your true self with me, so our connection is always my first priority.

Education & Experience

Masters of Education in School Counselling

Professional & Volunteer Affiliations

British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors EMDR Canada

Specialty Area

  • ADD/ADHD/Disruptive Behavior Disorders
  • Anxiety/Panic Attacks
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Depression
  • Gender Identity
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Self-Harm
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Stress Management
  • Traumatic Incident

Population Served

  • Adolescents (13-17)
  • Adults
  • LGBTQ+


  • English


Autism Funding Unit