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You can now book a free 30 minute introductory call, so that you can decide if you'd like to work with me. I'm currently available Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 

I am also available for virtual and in-person consulting/workshops. Thanks!

a bright beam of sunlight shines through a stand of tall pine trees, the words Old Pine Counselling are at the bottom in white brush script

Old Pine Counselling

Hi, I'm Jim! My pronouns are they/them. 

Welcome to the home of Old Pine Counselling on the interwebs! If you're checking things out, there is a handy menu up top to get you to what you're looking for. If you want to know more about me as a person and a counsellor, that's all on the 'about' page.

If you want to click around and browse, feel free too. I've tried to make things accessible and fun.

If you'd rather listen than read text, click this read-aloud button: 

(and yes, it's actually me reading it!) 


There's also an 'exit site' button in the top right hand corner that will take you to Wikipedia. 

a non-binary femme person with red glasses, a tattoo of a pine tree, beaded earrings and a leather collar smiles warmly against a background of a log wall

Image description of me:
A non-binary femme person with a shaved head wearing a leather collar and beaded earrings, smiles warmly. They are wearing glasses, and have a tattoo of a pine tree on their chest. They have dark brown eyes and hair, and pale skin. They are Anishinaabe (Algonquin) and mixed. 

territory acknowledgment 

I've lived and worked on Grand River territory for over a decade now, but this isn't my traditional territory. This land is covered under the Dish with One Spoon wampum belt, and is home to two communities: the Haudenosaunee at Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation


An annual portion of my labour and/or income goes toward supporting Ogwehoweh and Anishinaabemowin language revitalization programs.    

a photo of a lake near my mom's birthplace just outside Timmins, Ontario. One tree leans against another against a lake and an opposite shoreline of dark pines
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