Get to know our counsellors who are available for online counselling.
Our core compentency has always been about building in-person, therapeutic connections between counsellors and clients. Even with multiple offices and opportunities for meeting in-person, some people prefer to receive counselling online. And sometimes, for public health reasons, online is the only option available. The Family Enhancement Centre is fully equipped to provide secure, confidential, online counselling. Online counselling is covered by most insurance plans and is considered legally valid when fulfilling court-mandated learning requirements.
- Allie (Alexandra) Baillie, Registered Social Worker, CYCAllie identifies as an indigenous woman. She specializes in counselling for indigenous people, women, and children and families.
- Barbara General, Registered Social WorkerBarbara is Onondaga of the beaver clan from Six Nations reserve and has over 30 years assisting Indigenous clients through a trauma informed lens..
- Maryna Svitasheva, Registered PsychotherapistMaryna Svitasheva has a passion to see people progress into better versions of themselves, happy and healthy. She is fluent in English, Ukrainian and Russian.
- Munish Malik, Registered PsychotherapistMunish provides therapy that is holistic, culturally inclusive and client centered, in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.
- Becky Hills – Life CoachLife Coach Becky Hills blends counselling and coaching to promote mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness through meaningful self-exploration.
- Joy Prasad – Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)Joy believes in individuals’ dignity and ability to make changes to improve their lives. She enjoys seeing clients increase self-awareness, hope and healing.
- John Nilsson – Registered Social Worker, EMDRJohn provdes a strengths-based, person-centered approach to support clients coping with anxiety, depression, trauma and family issues and more. He specializes in EMDR.
- Ian Andrew Wine – MSW, Youth CounsellorCounselling is a wonderful opportunity to reflect, gain insight and pursue realistic and attainable goals. It provides an experiential journey for growth.
- Nancy Friedman – Registered Social WorkerNancy Friedman says, “Holding onto to problems can interfere with your job, family relationships, and day-to-day life. Remember, it is never too late to make a change.”