Arthur Tiojanco, RCC

Arthur specializes in working with children, youth, and individual adults who are facing challenges in their lives such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief and loss, and emotional regulation.

He strives to create a safe and supportive space that is rooted in empathy, authenticity, and collaboration where clients will be heard, empowered, and understood.

As a community-minded therapist, he brings years of experience with children and youth within the school system, as well as his own lived experiences as a second-generation Filipino-Canadian. He grounds his therapy practice in a trauma-informed approach and centers his theoretical orientation around attachment theory with a psychodynamic perspective. When working with clients, he stays curious and non-judgmental. He employs a curated approach of support techniques depending on the client’s presenting issues during his sessions.

Outside of the therapy room, Arthur is a respected member of the street dance community. You can often find him hosting events, DJing, and dancing! He loves snowboarding, travelling, and spending time with his family and friends.

Smiling man wearing glasses and a gray sweater.

Areas of Focus

Anxiety | Cultural Intersections | Depression | Diaspora Cultures | Generational Trauma | Grief | Indigenous | Life Transitions | Loss | Men’s Issues | Relationships | Shame | Trauma

Age Group

Children, Youth, Individual Adults

Background & Education

Arthur is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#21966). He holds a BA in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and completed his Master of Counselling at City University of Seattle.


• Gottman Method Couples Therapy – Level 1

• High Five – Strengthening Children’s Mental Health

• Mental Health First Aid

• Non-Violent Crisis Intervention

• SafeTALK Training

• Working with Complex Trauma by Dr. Diane Pool Heller and Dr. Peter Levine

Available Hours






Individual Session


Extended Individual Session


Youth Session


Child Session


Not sure if you can afford it? Check our pricing page for more information on whether your benefits can cover counselling or other methods of payment.