About us

Rebecca Namunyu Dolyniuk  is a skilled clinical registered social worker/therapist/counselor  who is passionate about helping people to overcome life’s many challenges.

Rebecca has a Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW) and Master of Social Work degree (MSW) from the University of Manitoba and is registered with the Manitoba College of Social Workers (RSW). She has many years experience working in the areas of mental health (community-based support), child protection (Child and Family Services frontline), and family abuse shelter (family counselor).

For the past eleven years Rebecca has worked extensively in offering counselling services to children, youth, individuals, couples and families in Winnipeg, Anola, Brandon, Kenora and Fort McMurray, Alberta, either in person, via video calls or phone.  Rebecca has also traveled to Manitoba First Nations to bring healing and hope to individuals, families and communities in Northern Manitoba.

Rebecca has witnessed first hand, a lot of amazing  changes in her clients and strongly believes that change is always possible. Even when all hope seems gone, we must keep trying. Never give up.  It is okay to ask for help when all our personal reserves are low.

Rebecca’s goal as a counselor and therapist is to  provide a supportive and accepting space where clients/patients can feel listened to as well as challenged to progress and thrive in a non judgmental way.

Languages: English/Kiswahili (In the process of learning French).

Sliding scale: In an effort to make counselling affordable, Rebecca offers a sliding scale rate based on income to non-insured individuals. Please inquire to see if you are eligible for Rebecca’s  sliding scale rates.

Insurance payments are acceptable to eligible clients dependingon the insurance company payment plan(s).

Accepts:  Most Insurance Plans, Off Reserve First Nation Health (FNIHB;Jordan’s Principle), Workers Compensation Board (WCB), Canadian Armed Forces Health Care, Winnipeg CFS, West Region CFS, South Indian Lake FN (off reserve).