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The GTEC Circle of Advisors

Dr Arden Henley
Dr Arden Henley


Arden Henley is the former Vice President of CityU Canada and a founder of the CityU counselling programs. Previously he was the Director of White Rock Family Therapy Institute, the Director of Clinical Services at Peace Arch Community Services, and the Executive Director of the South Okanagan Children’s Services Society. He is a former Advisor to the Provincial Counsellor Education Task Force and the former Chair of the Board of the BC College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Practitioners. Dr. Henley has a B.A. from McMaster University, an M.A. from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, U.S.A and a Doctorate in Education from Simon Fraser University.

Ingrid Kastens


Ingrid holds a BSW and MSW from UBC and has spent four decades working both in government and community social services, in addition to teaching at multiple local colleges and universities.  In 2019 Ingrid left her post as CEO of a large award-winning, multi-services non-profit, Pacific Community Resources Society.  She is a recipient of a YWCA Women of Distinction Award, the Federation of Community Social Services of BC Award of Excellence, a Surrey Board of Trade Women in Leadership Award, and represented BC on the Child Welfare League of Canada.  Ingrid works part-time as a consultant, and currently Chairs the board of the Dogwood Initiative.  Her past board involvements include serving on the boards of the Federation of Social Services of BC, the BC Association of Social Workers (Co-chair), and Vancouver Youth Theatre.  Ingrid volunteers extensively in the environmental and social justice sectors and is an avid outdoor enthusiast.  Her hands-down favourite possession is her e-bike.       

Dr Arden Henley
Dr Arden Henley


Arden Henley is the former Vice President of CityU Canada and a founder of the CityU counselling programs. Previously he was the Director of White Rock Family Therapy Institute, the Director of Clinical Services at Peace Arch Community Services, and the Executive Director of the South Okanagan Children’s Services Society. He is a former Advisor to the Provincial Counsellor Education Task Force and the former Chair of the Board of the BC College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Practitioners. Dr. Henley has a B.A. from McMaster University, an M.A. from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, U.S.A and a Doctorate in Education from Simon Fraser University.