Counsellors in Mississauga

John Nilsson

MSW, Registered Social Worker, Certified EMDR
John is a Registered Social Worker with a specialization in mental health and addictions and experience working with youth, individuals, couples, and families. He is interested in using integrative psychotherapy approaches such as Eye Movement Desensitization Read More

Maryna Svitasheva

PhD, RP, Registered Psychotherapist
Maryna is a registered psychotherapist with over 23 years of experience. She has worked with all ages; children under 12 years, 12-17 years, adults, couples, groups and families.  Read More

Alma Saric

MSW, BSW, Registered Social Worker
Alma is a Registered Social Worker with a specialization in mental health and experience with children and families. Alma has experience working with indigenous people and works towards creating inclusive spaces for her clients…Read More

Experienced Team

Our counsellors are expert in marriage counselling, youth counselling, play therapy, family counselling, grief counselling, anger management, parenting, depression, anxiety and eating disorder related issues.

Court Approved

We offer court approved group programs for anger management and co-parenting. These are available as individual as well as group workshops.

Multiple Locations

The Family Enhancement Centre is easy to reach with conveniently located offices in Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, St. Catharines and Orangeville.

Multiple Languages

Our counsellors come from different backgrounds and speak different languages including English, French, Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Malayalam, Arabic and Cantonese.

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