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Email: jhanelle@jpeterspsychotherapy.com

Location: Online Counselling

You didn’t come here by accident! You came here because a part of you is ready to start unpacking the many things you’ve tucked away over time. The best part is you don’t have to do it alone, as exploring life’s hurdles, works better in collaboration.

You didn’t come here by accident! You came here because a part of you is ready to start unpacking the many things you’ve tucked away over time. The best part is you don’t have to do it alone, as exploring life’s hurdles, works better in collaboration.

Email: jhanelle@jpeterspsychotherapy.com

Location: Online Counselling

Email: afolabioyegbile@yahoo.co.uk

Location: 25 Tim sale drive wpg MB

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I am an enthusiastic, supportive and people-centred Social worker,skill-full in counselling interventions and action planning, with a results orientation and commitment to providing high quality service.

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I am an enthusiastic, supportive and people-centred Social worker,skill-full in counselling interventions and action planning, with a results orientation and commitment to providing high quality service.

Email: afolabioyegbile@yahoo.co.uk

Location: 25 Tim sale drive wpg MB

Email: liezel@orionwellness.ca

Location: 34 Carlton Street Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, R3C 1N9

Liezel Amador is a Registered Social Worker with over a decade of experience working with individuals and families. Liezel has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and has a special interest in working with young adults. Liezel offers individuals professional support and guidance in addressing and managing mental health concerns. This may include individual, couples, or group therapy sessions, as well as specialized services such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, or other evidence-based approaches. Liezel’s goal is to help individuals improve their emotional and mental well-being, manage symptoms of mental health disorders, and develop coping skills for dealing with life’s challenges. Liezel uses a variety of therapeutic modalities to provide counseling to individuals and offers a flexible and holistic approach to mental health and well-being. It is important to utilize a variety of different techniques and approaches in order to address the unique needs and concerns of each individual client. This may include traditional talk therapy, family therapy, or other evidence-based techniques. By using a combination of modalities, Liezel aims to provide clients with the most effective and personalized treatment plan possible. Liezel provides clinical social work services to individuals and offers professional support and guidance to people in addressing a wide range of personal and social problems. With experience working in schools and child welfare, Liezel has extensive knowledge of community resources, advocacy, and is able to assist in connecting with collaterals. Liezel is experienced in providing crisis intervention and case management. Liezel believes it is important to focus on improving the well-being of clients and address issues such as mental health disorders, relationship problems, and life transitions. Sessions are being offered in-person (Manitoba residents) and virtually (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents). New clients are currently being accepted.

Liezel Amador is a Registered Social Worker with over a decade of experience working with individuals and families. Liezel has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and has a special interest in working with young adults. Liezel offers individuals professional support and guidance in addressing and managing mental health concerns. This may include individual, couples, or group therapy sessions, as well as specialized services such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, or other evidence-based approaches. Liezel’s goal is to help individuals improve their emotional and mental well-being, manage symptoms of mental health disorders, and develop coping skills for dealing with life’s challenges. Liezel uses a variety of therapeutic modalities to provide counseling to individuals and offers a flexible and holistic approach to mental health and well-being. It is important to utilize a variety of different techniques and approaches in order to address the unique needs and concerns of each individual client. This may include traditional talk therapy, family therapy, or other evidence-based techniques. By using a combination of modalities, Liezel aims to provide clients with the most effective and personalized treatment plan possible. Liezel provides clinical social work services to individuals and offers professional support and guidance to people in addressing a wide range of personal and social problems. With experience working in schools and child welfare, Liezel has extensive knowledge of community resources, advocacy, and is able to assist in connecting with collaterals. Liezel is experienced in providing crisis intervention and case management. Liezel believes it is important to focus on improving the well-being of clients and address issues such as mental health disorders, relationship problems, and life transitions. Sessions are being offered in-person (Manitoba residents) and virtually (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents). New clients are currently being accepted.

Email: liezel@orionwellness.ca

Location: 34 Carlton Street Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, R3C 1N9

Email: ginelle@bbtherapy.ca

Location: 52 Village Centre Pl Unit 201, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1V9

Let’s be honest, life is hard, and in many ways, we juggle more today than we ever have! Unfortunately, life’s challenges can leave us feeling stressed, confused, de-motivated—and in some cases, even helpless and hopeless. It can be a tough road to travel, and unfortunately, many folks feel like they’re walking that path alone, unsure of who to turn to or what to do next. As a therapist, I don’t think anyone should feel that way, so in my work, I commit to supporting my clients, guiding them, and connecting them to resources that can benefit them. With past experience working with youth, students, adults, and parents, I enjoy collaborating with clients on a variety of challenges. From addressing past and current traumas to coping with physical and mental barriers, stress, anxiety, depression, family or career changes, I’ve helped clients find systems that work for them and achieve long-lasting change. Of course, there may be multiple layers to the challenges you face, and as a woman of colour, I know firsthand how some barriers can make circumstances feel particularly difficult or challenging to navigate. As a result, my goal is to consistently be there for my clients, help them consider various options and perspectives, work with them through the trials and tribulations, and remain a constant source of support, empathy and hope. At the end of the day, I consider it a privilege to do the work I do and I would be honoured to work with you! Through our time together, it’s my hope that you feel like you’re building a stronger sense of confidence, clarity and community and that ultimately, you walk away feeling more capable and ready to take on whatever’s next. I offer a free 15 minute consultation to any new clients and would be happy to respond to any inquiries via phone or email. Thank you, and I look forward to working with you!

Let’s be honest, life is hard, and in many ways, we juggle more today than we ever have! Unfortunately, life’s challenges can leave us feeling stressed, confused, de-motivated—and in some cases, even helpless and hopeless. It can be a tough road to travel, and unfortunately, many folks feel like they’re walking that path alone, unsure of who to turn to or what to do next. As a therapist, I don’t think anyone should feel that way, so in my work, I commit to supporting my clients, guiding them, and connecting them to resources that can benefit them. With past experience working with youth, students, adults, and parents, I enjoy collaborating with clients on a variety of challenges. From addressing past and current traumas to coping with physical and mental barriers, stress, anxiety, depression, family or career changes, I’ve helped clients find systems that work for them and achieve long-lasting change. Of course, there may be multiple layers to the challenges you face, and as a woman of colour, I know firsthand how some barriers can make circumstances feel particularly difficult or challenging to navigate. As a result, my goal is to consistently be there for my clients, help them consider various options and perspectives, work with them through the trials and tribulations, and remain a constant source of support, empathy and hope. At the end of the day, I consider it a privilege to do the work I do and I would be honoured to work with you! Through our time together, it’s my hope that you feel like you’re building a stronger sense of confidence, clarity and community and that ultimately, you walk away feeling more capable and ready to take on whatever’s next. I offer a free 15 minute consultation to any new clients and would be happy to respond to any inquiries via phone or email. Thank you, and I look forward to working with you!

Email: ginelle@bbtherapy.ca

Location: 52 Village Centre Pl Unit 201, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1V9

Email: aafraakasha@gmail.com

My name is Afraa Akasha (She/Her) and I am a Mental Health Therapist with a Masters in Counselling Psychology with a designation of a Certified Canadian Counsellor (C.C.C). I was born in Sudan and moved to Canada when I was a child. I became a counselor because I am curious about people and their stories and how you can learn to better manage your mental health and improve your overall well-being through therapy. I believe the therapeutic environment needs to be holistic, inclusive, and anti-oppressive, and can take into account your lived experiences and intersectionality For my therapeutic approaches; I draw on a variety of counseling approaches that are trauma-informed, Strengths-based, Single Session therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and EMDR, shifting approaches based on each person’s individual needs. Contact me to get the help you need

My name is Afraa Akasha (She/Her) and I am a Mental Health Therapist with a Masters in Counselling Psychology with a designation of a Certified Canadian Counsellor (C.C.C). I was born in Sudan and moved to Canada when I was a child. I became a counselor because I am curious about people and their stories and how you can learn to better manage your mental health and improve your overall well-being through therapy. I believe the therapeutic environment needs to be holistic, inclusive, and anti-oppressive, and can take into account your lived experiences and intersectionality For my therapeutic approaches; I draw on a variety of counseling approaches that are trauma-informed, Strengths-based, Single Session therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and EMDR, shifting approaches based on each person’s individual needs. Contact me to get the help you need

Email: aafraakasha@gmail.com

Email: kerris@drkerris.com

over 15 years

I am a native of Southwestern Ontario with Caribbean and European roots. I completed my Honours B.Sc. in Psychology at McMaster University in Hamilton. I then earned my M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in La Mirada, California. I have been a psychologist in private practice for over 15 years, tailoring my psychological services to each client with compassion and expertise (based on the presenting problems and mutually-derived goals). I provide both long- and short-term psychotherapy, as well as both psychological and psychoeducational assessments. Through psychotherapy, I aim to help enhance your self-awareness, improve your mental health and well-being; help you resolve or mitigate problematic behaviours, thoughts, or emotions; help improve your relationships and social skills; and/or help you thrive in school, at work, or in various performance realms (including sports and the arts). For clients who so desire, I have graduate-level training and extensive clinical experience in helping clients integrate their faith into their psychological healing and growth.

over 15 years

I am a native of Southwestern Ontario with Caribbean and European roots. I completed my Honours B.Sc. in Psychology at McMaster University in Hamilton. I then earned my M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University in La Mirada, California. I have been a psychologist in private practice for over 15 years, tailoring my psychological services to each client with compassion and expertise (based on the presenting problems and mutually-derived goals). I provide both long- and short-term psychotherapy, as well as both psychological and psychoeducational assessments. Through psychotherapy, I aim to help enhance your self-awareness, improve your mental health and well-being; help you resolve or mitigate problematic behaviours, thoughts, or emotions; help improve your relationships and social skills; and/or help you thrive in school, at work, or in various performance realms (including sports and the arts). For clients who so desire, I have graduate-level training and extensive clinical experience in helping clients integrate their faith into their psychological healing and growth.

Email: kerris@drkerris.com

Email: hello@ashaytherapy.ca

Location: calgary alberta

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I am a Nigerian-Canadian registered psychotherapist who aims to help clients process and deal with their experiences, heal, make appropriate and meaningful changes for their future, and become the best versions of themselves through therapy. I provide therapy through an anti-oppressive, intersectional, culturally sensitive, and informed lens to all persons, including BIPOC, minority, and immigrant communities. I am a flexible, LGBTQIA+ affirming, compassionate, and empathic therapist, and these are the cornerstones of my therapeutic presence! I offer new clients a free 30-minute consultation to see if we are a fit. Reach out to get started, and I look forward to meeting you!

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I am a Nigerian-Canadian registered psychotherapist who aims to help clients process and deal with their experiences, heal, make appropriate and meaningful changes for their future, and become the best versions of themselves through therapy. I provide therapy through an anti-oppressive, intersectional, culturally sensitive, and informed lens to all persons, including BIPOC, minority, and immigrant communities. I am a flexible, LGBTQIA+ affirming, compassionate, and empathic therapist, and these are the cornerstones of my therapeutic presence! I offer new clients a free 30-minute consultation to see if we are a fit. Reach out to get started, and I look forward to meeting you!

Email: hello@ashaytherapy.ca

Location: calgary alberta

Email: bolaji@peacewholenesscentre.com

Location: 238 Portage AVenue Winnipeg, MB, R3C0B1 Canada

Our goals are to provide holistic resources & counselling for children, youth, adults and families to create and enjoy healthy relationships and reach their full potentials.

Our goals are to provide holistic resources & counselling for children, youth, adults and families to create and enjoy healthy relationships and reach their full potentials.

Email: bolaji@peacewholenesscentre.com

Location: 238 Portage AVenue Winnipeg, MB, R3C0B1 Canada

Email: nfelix@catharsistherapy.ca

Location: 50 Florence Street

I work from an integrative (e.g., psycho-dynamic, emotion-focused, cognitive-behavioural) perspective that is trauma-informed. I always cater therapy to whomever I am working with in order ensure that we are working towards the goals you would like to achieve. The therapeutic relationship is important to me. I strive to create an environment that is warm, open, and non-judgmental. I am open and accepting to any and all of your identities, whether that be religion, race, sexuality, beliefs or even if you have a lifestyle that is different.

I work from an integrative (e.g., psycho-dynamic, emotion-focused, cognitive-behavioural) perspective that is trauma-informed. I always cater therapy to whomever I am working with in order ensure that we are working towards the goals you would like to achieve. The therapeutic relationship is important to me. I strive to create an environment that is warm, open, and non-judgmental. I am open and accepting to any and all of your identities, whether that be religion, race, sexuality, beliefs or even if you have a lifestyle that is different.

Email: nfelix@catharsistherapy.ca

Location: 50 Florence Street

Email: sacredcirclecounselling@gmail.com

Location: 202-15388 24th Avenue, South Surrey, BC, V4A 2J2

I’m passionate about empowering individuals who have lived through traumatic experiences, are facing grief & loss, or struggling with a health crisis to reorient themselves towards a healing pathway & restore their resiliency! My counselling practice, Sacred Circle Counselling, is informed by over 15 years of experience working as a helping professional in the health care system, and focuses on promoting practices that are nurturing, healing, and balancing. At the heart of my work, I bring the culmination of my experience as a clinical nutritionist & registered clinical counsellor into my holistic therapeutic practice specializing in grief, trauma, PTSD, chronic pain & endometriosis, cancer recovery, eating disorders, body image issues, stress management, high sensitivity, and anxiety. My private practice has been complemented by her work with organizations such as The Bloom Group, Surrey Hospice Society, Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis at BC Women’s Hospital, and BC Cancer. I offer a welcoming space where you are invited to ‘come as you are’. Within this space, I provide trauma-informed, culturally-responsive, gender-affirming, queer-friendly care. I am committed to inclusive anti-oppressive values and welcome folks across the diverse spectrum of abilities, gender, sexuality, race, culture, body size, and religion.

I’m passionate about empowering individuals who have lived through traumatic experiences, are facing grief & loss, or struggling with a health crisis to reorient themselves towards a healing pathway & restore their resiliency! My counselling practice, Sacred Circle Counselling, is informed by over 15 years of experience working as a helping professional in the health care system, and focuses on promoting practices that are nurturing, healing, and balancing. At the heart of my work, I bring the culmination of my experience as a clinical nutritionist & registered clinical counsellor into my holistic therapeutic practice specializing in grief, trauma, PTSD, chronic pain & endometriosis, cancer recovery, eating disorders, body image issues, stress management, high sensitivity, and anxiety. My private practice has been complemented by her work with organizations such as The Bloom Group, Surrey Hospice Society, Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis at BC Women’s Hospital, and BC Cancer. I offer a welcoming space where you are invited to ‘come as you are’. Within this space, I provide trauma-informed, culturally-responsive, gender-affirming, queer-friendly care. I am committed to inclusive anti-oppressive values and welcome folks across the diverse spectrum of abilities, gender, sexuality, race, culture, body size, and religion.

Email: sacredcirclecounselling@gmail.com

Location: 202-15388 24th Avenue, South Surrey, BC, V4A 2J2

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