Mzima Counselling

Christine Oduor
Counselor, MACP, CCC

Mzima is a Swahili word that means “whole, fine, well”.

Mzima Counselling offers one-on-one counselling services for people facing challenges that include, but are not limited to, grief & loss, trauma, couples & relationships issues, anxiety, and stress.

Our unique approach is client focused taking a culture sensitive and strength-based perspective where we believe that our clients are the masters of their own destiny.

Our approach is humanistic and integrates a range of evidence-based modalities such as CBT, EFT, Solution Focused Therapy, and Trauma Focused Therapy. We combine these with other supportive wholistic approaches that include Somatic and Mindfulness techniques.

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The inner wisdom of the individual is self-directing, self-correcting, and helps us "unfold toward wholeness."
- Ron Kurtz

Areas of Service





Your journey to personal healing, growth and wholeness begins here. It is here you discover your inner strengths, empower yourself and experience meaningful transformation. You are not alone, your story matters, let us write your next chapter together.



Every romantic relationship faces challenges that threaten the "happy ever after." Building a love that lasts a lifetime sometimes requires a helping hand. Together, we will work at building empathy, understanding, and a secure attachment that yields resilience and allows you to create the relationship you have always dreamed of.



Healthy families make for healthier communities while broken ones do the opposite. By working together with your family in counselling, we harmonize family dynamics to foster love, unity, and strength to turn challenges into growth opportunities for well-being and wholeness.



Groups provide opportunities for collective healing, positive connections and healthy lifelong support. By coming together in a safe and supportive environment, we can learn from and inspire one another in ways that promote resilience and post-traumatic growth. Groups coming soon include Grief (bereavement) group.