Laurie Moniz

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Laurie provides perinatal counselling to mothers and parents for the perinatal program. She provides these services as an independent counsellor through the private practice she operates. Her Victoria office is located in the heart of downtown at the Centre for Counselling & Therapy. This is in the Yarrow building at the corner of Fort and Broad.

Laurie is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #11311) with the BCACC. She has been in private practice for more than a decade.

Prior to private practice, Laurie worked at a number of agencies in the Victoria area. These include the Ministry of Children and Family Development, Single Parent Resource Centre, Blanshard Community Centre, BC Families in Transition, Victoria Native Friendship Center, and Parent Support Services of BC.

Learn more about Laurie and her counselling work on her private practice website.

Practice & Location

Laurie Moniz, MA, RCC
Laurie Moniz Therapy
Located at the Centre for Counselling and Therapy
111 – 645 Fort Street
Victoria, BC, V8W 1G2

Yarrow building entrance

Downtown Office

Laurie provides counselling on Mondays and Wednesdays in her downtown Victoria office in the Centre for Counselling & Therapy. This is Suite 111 in the Yarrow professional building on Fort Street.

Enter the Yarrow building from Fort near Broad, just across from the Bay Centre. Then take the stairs or elevator up one level to get to #111.

Laurie also provides virtual appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Manage Appointments

If you are between sessions with Laurie and need to change an appointment, use her practice contact info to reach her directly:

PHONE (250) 532-7891


IMPORTANT:  We request 2 business days notice to change an appointment so funding for the session gets used to provide another local parent with counselling.


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“We have a secret in our culture, and it’s not that birth is painful. It’s that women are strong.”

– Laura Stavoe Harm