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Email: tarapouyat@gmail.com

Location: Canada

My name is Tara and I have 16 years’ experience providing counselling to people who are struggling with issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, emotion regulation, grief and loss, low self-esteem, relationship problems, difficult family dynamics, sexual violence, life transitions, racism/racial trauma, and trauma/PTSD related to childhood or adulthood. I earned my Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Victoria and my Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Toronto.

My name is Tara and I have 16 years’ experience providing counselling to people who are struggling with issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, emotion regulation, grief and loss, low self-esteem, relationship problems, difficult family dynamics, sexual violence, life transitions, racism/racial trauma, and trauma/PTSD related to childhood or adulthood. I earned my Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Victoria and my Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Toronto.

Email: tarapouyat@gmail.com

Location: Canada

Email: info@olmhs.com

Location: 4360 Mill Street, Box 22

Tricia is also very passionate about working with families. As she believes the family is a small unit that reflects the broader community, city, country and even the world. Therefore, by making a small change or impact on one family unit, there is potential for more significant transformation globally.

Tricia is also very passionate about working with families. As she believes the family is a small unit that reflects the broader community, city, country and even the world. Therefore, by making a small change or impact on one family unit, there is potential for more significant transformation globally.

Email: info@olmhs.com

Location: 4360 Mill Street, Box 22

Become Resilient Individuals (BRI) Counselling is a mental health service founded by clinical social worker and psychotherapist Fola Browne (she/her), MSW, RSW. With over ten years of experience with a wide range of clients, life challenges, and settings (including schools, the child welfare system, social service agencies, hospitals, mental health organizations, and various provincial ministries), Fola brings valuable knowledge, experience, skill, respect and cultural responsiveness to her work with each client. “It is a privilege to be able to bear witness to someone’s story when they may not have had the chance to tell it before.” – Lindy Alexander

Become Resilient Individuals (BRI) Counselling is a mental health service founded by clinical social worker and psychotherapist Fola Browne (she/her), MSW, RSW. With over ten years of experience with a wide range of clients, life challenges, and settings (including schools, the child welfare system, social service agencies, hospitals, mental health organizations, and various provincial ministries), Fola brings valuable knowledge, experience, skill, respect and cultural responsiveness to her work with each client. “It is a privilege to be able to bear witness to someone’s story when they may not have had the chance to tell it before.” – Lindy Alexander

Location: 2010 Winston Park Dr.

Email: admin@therapyalberta.com

Therapy Alberta provides trauma-informed online therapy with clients throughout Alberta. We are a diverse, inclusive, and conscious team of Alberta therapists with a mission to improve mental health and transform mental health care. Our vision is to connect folks in Alberta to high-quality, safe, effective and affirming online mental healthcare – especially rural, oppressed, and marginalized groups. Healing can happen within the individual and in the community – we want to decrease the stigma of mental health and increase acceptance of therapy. Our core values of compassion, accessibility, excellence, socially conscious service, and whole person care help us to focus on providing client-centered therapy with dignity and respect.

Therapy Alberta provides trauma-informed online therapy with clients throughout Alberta. We are a diverse, inclusive, and conscious team of Alberta therapists with a mission to improve mental health and transform mental health care. Our vision is to connect folks in Alberta to high-quality, safe, effective and affirming online mental healthcare – especially rural, oppressed, and marginalized groups. Healing can happen within the individual and in the community – we want to decrease the stigma of mental health and increase acceptance of therapy. Our core values of compassion, accessibility, excellence, socially conscious service, and whole person care help us to focus on providing client-centered therapy with dignity and respect.

Email: admin@therapyalberta.com

Email: info@hartwellcounselling.com

Location: 16252 64 NW

Hi My name is iffy and I’m the owner of Hartwell Counselling. We specialize in treating women of color with mental health concerns. We offer virtual counseling sessions in British Columbia, Nova Scotia and Alberta.

Hi My name is iffy and I’m the owner of Hartwell Counselling. We specialize in treating women of color with mental health concerns. We offer virtual counseling sessions in British Columbia, Nova Scotia and Alberta.

Email: info@hartwellcounselling.com

Location: 16252 64 NW

Hi, I’m Ruth Unaegbu! I am the founder of Ruth Unaegbu Counselling & Coaching and REST Counselling Group. As a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #12132) & an Approved Clinical Supervisor, I have provided private therapy and supervision services in British Columbia, Canada and coaching services worldwide for over 12 years. I created my practices to support people by undoing aloneness and creating a safe space for them to heal and transform. It’s my goal to support people as they enhance and expand into the lives they were meant to live. I work with a variety of individuals and provide culturally affirming counselling to People of the Global Majority, with a big focus on Black women, first-generation and immigrant Canadians. I also specialize in working with creative professionals (actors/actresses, musicians, artists, etc.) and high-performing athletes, focusing on performance blocks, focal dystonia and expansion. Additionally, I work with parents/caregivers and those part of the adoption triad, specifically transracial adoption. I thoroughly enjoy connecting with others, digging deep, and delving into fears, motivations, inspirations, goals, and dreams. You are my client if you are someone who is ready for or is experiencing a change or transition. I use a variety of therapy techniques and modalities to help you reach your goals and transform your life. Participation in therapy can result in several benefits to you, including improving interpersonal relationships and the resolution of the specific concerns that led you to seek support. If you’re ready to take a step toward healing, connect with me today!

Hi, I’m Ruth Unaegbu! I am the founder of Ruth Unaegbu Counselling & Coaching and REST Counselling Group. As a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #12132) & an Approved Clinical Supervisor, I have provided private therapy and supervision services in British Columbia, Canada and coaching services worldwide for over 12 years. I created my practices to support people by undoing aloneness and creating a safe space for them to heal and transform. It’s my goal to support people as they enhance and expand into the lives they were meant to live. I work with a variety of individuals and provide culturally affirming counselling to People of the Global Majority, with a big focus on Black women, first-generation and immigrant Canadians. I also specialize in working with creative professionals (actors/actresses, musicians, artists, etc.) and high-performing athletes, focusing on performance blocks, focal dystonia and expansion. Additionally, I work with parents/caregivers and those part of the adoption triad, specifically transracial adoption. I thoroughly enjoy connecting with others, digging deep, and delving into fears, motivations, inspirations, goals, and dreams. You are my client if you are someone who is ready for or is experiencing a change or transition. I use a variety of therapy techniques and modalities to help you reach your goals and transform your life. Participation in therapy can result in several benefits to you, including improving interpersonal relationships and the resolution of the specific concerns that led you to seek support. If you’re ready to take a step toward healing, connect with me today!

Email: info@reecemalone.com

Location: 566 Corydon Ave.

Dr. Reece Malone is an award-winning certified sexologist with a Masters of Public Health and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality. His post-graduate training awarded him a certification in sex therapy. He is a certified sexuality education supervisor through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists, and acquired Diplomate status with the American Board of Sexologists. Complimenting his private practice, he is an adjunct professor at Antioch University Seattle Couple and Family Therapy Department. Dr. Reece Malone is the CEO and founder of Sexuality Consultants and Support Services Manitoba, Inc. and counterpart company Diversity Essentials. As an advocate for sexual health and comprehensive human sexuality education, he contributes to public health campaigns, delivers professional development and training, as well as provides consultation on sexual health policy and programming. His therapeutic practice centers client collaboration, and creating an environment for individuals and relationships to be understood, valued, and respected. As an internationally respected sexologist, he has provided consultancy to organizations such as The World Health Organization – Pan American Health Organization, The Canadian Human Rights Commission, The Public Health Agency of Canada, The Alberta’s Children’s Hospital, and the District of Columbia Department of Health. As a go-to media source on contemporary sexuality issues, he’s been featured on CBC National, CBC Radio, and Global National. He has contributed to the Canadian School Counsellor, Family Therapy Magazine, Men’s Journal, and Women and Men Magazine. As a popular culture commentator, he has appeared on Dan Savage’s Savage Love, Chicago Reader, Health.com, Playboy Magazine, and TSN’s Intimately You. Guest faculty lectures include Widener University Center for Human Sexuality Studies, University of Guelph Couple and Family Therapy Program, and The University of Manitoba Faculties of Education, Nursing and Medicine. Collaborating with Mariotta Gary Smith, Marla Renee Stewart and Dr. James Wadley, he is the co-editor of An Intersectional Approach to Sex Therapy: Centering the Lives of Indigenous, Racialized, and People of Color, published by Routledge Press. Dr. Reece, along with his research colleagues, Dr. Robin Westmacott, Matt Francino Caron and Holden Conner, is a recipient of the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation award for patient engagement research as well as a Manitoba Medical Services Foundation grant recipient for examining healthcare barriers and mental health outcomes experienced by gender diverse Manitobans. Dr. Reece is a qualified expert in trans and non-binary adult health, and has appeared as an expert witness to the Manitoba Board of Adjudication for the Manitoba Human Rights Commission.

Dr. Reece Malone is an award-winning certified sexologist with a Masters of Public Health and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality. His post-graduate training awarded him a certification in sex therapy. He is a certified sexuality education supervisor through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists, and acquired Diplomate status with the American Board of Sexologists. Complimenting his private practice, he is an adjunct professor at Antioch University Seattle Couple and Family Therapy Department. Dr. Reece Malone is the CEO and founder of Sexuality Consultants and Support Services Manitoba, Inc. and counterpart company Diversity Essentials. As an advocate for sexual health and comprehensive human sexuality education, he contributes to public health campaigns, delivers professional development and training, as well as provides consultation on sexual health policy and programming. His therapeutic practice centers client collaboration, and creating an environment for individuals and relationships to be understood, valued, and respected. As an internationally respected sexologist, he has provided consultancy to organizations such as The World Health Organization – Pan American Health Organization, The Canadian Human Rights Commission, The Public Health Agency of Canada, The Alberta’s Children’s Hospital, and the District of Columbia Department of Health. As a go-to media source on contemporary sexuality issues, he’s been featured on CBC National, CBC Radio, and Global National. He has contributed to the Canadian School Counsellor, Family Therapy Magazine, Men’s Journal, and Women and Men Magazine. As a popular culture commentator, he has appeared on Dan Savage’s Savage Love, Chicago Reader, Health.com, Playboy Magazine, and TSN’s Intimately You. Guest faculty lectures include Widener University Center for Human Sexuality Studies, University of Guelph Couple and Family Therapy Program, and The University of Manitoba Faculties of Education, Nursing and Medicine. Collaborating with Mariotta Gary Smith, Marla Renee Stewart and Dr. James Wadley, he is the co-editor of An Intersectional Approach to Sex Therapy: Centering the Lives of Indigenous, Racialized, and People of Color, published by Routledge Press. Dr. Reece, along with his research colleagues, Dr. Robin Westmacott, Matt Francino Caron and Holden Conner, is a recipient of the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation award for patient engagement research as well as a Manitoba Medical Services Foundation grant recipient for examining healthcare barriers and mental health outcomes experienced by gender diverse Manitobans. Dr. Reece is a qualified expert in trans and non-binary adult health, and has appeared as an expert witness to the Manitoba Board of Adjudication for the Manitoba Human Rights Commission.

Email: info@reecemalone.com

Location: 566 Corydon Ave.

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: retrouvelesourire@cliniquetspsy.ca

Location: 533 Rue Ontario E, Bureau 300 Montréal, QC H2L 1N8

Propriétaire de la Clinique de Travail social et de Psychothérapie Retrouve Le Sourire inc., Thierry Kininga est détenteur d’un baccalauréat et d’une maîtrise en travail social. Il poursuit des études en sexologie et au doctorat en travail social. Membre en règle de l’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec (OTSTCFQ); il est psychothérapeute, détenteur du permis de pratique de la psychothérapie délivré par l’ordre des psychologues du Québec. Les principales approches et modèles théoriques qu’il utilise sont : – Psychosociale, – Systémique, – Humaniste et existentielle, – Motivationnelle, – Centrée sur les solutions, – Narrative, – Écosystémique, – Structurelle, – Interculturelle, transculturelle et parcours de vie, – Cognitive comportementale (TCC 3e vague), – Pleine conscience – Hypnose – Systémique, – Psychodynamique. Dans sa pratique clinique, il privilégie une vision (approche) éclectique. Ce qui lui permet d’analyser la nature et la portée de vos problèmes. Il s’assure ainsi de bien cerner vos besoins grâce à une évaluation de votre fonctionnement social complet ou sommaire en vue de l’élaboration d’un plan d’intervention psychosociale ou de traitement personnalisé. Cela, afin de vous accompagner progressivement vers l’équilibre de vie que vous cherchez à retrouver ou à atteindre. Il est reconnu pour : – Humanité – Professionnalisme et collaboration – L’écoute – Ouverture d’esprit et authenticité – Respect, – Non-jugement – Intégrité et franchise Il intervient auprès des personnes en individuel, en couple, famille et groupe. Il offre également de la formation en entreprise : pour les cadres (gestionnaires) et pour les employés. Il offre également des services en création des programmes et évaluation des programmes d’interventions psychosociaux. Il reçoit uniquement sur rendez-vous et offre ses services thérapeutiques uniquement en français.

Propriétaire de la Clinique de Travail social et de Psychothérapie Retrouve Le Sourire inc., Thierry Kininga est détenteur d’un baccalauréat et d’une maîtrise en travail social. Il poursuit des études en sexologie et au doctorat en travail social. Membre en règle de l’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec (OTSTCFQ); il est psychothérapeute, détenteur du permis de pratique de la psychothérapie délivré par l’ordre des psychologues du Québec. Les principales approches et modèles théoriques qu’il utilise sont : – Psychosociale, – Systémique, – Humaniste et existentielle, – Motivationnelle, – Centrée sur les solutions, – Narrative, – Écosystémique, – Structurelle, – Interculturelle, transculturelle et parcours de vie, – Cognitive comportementale (TCC 3e vague), – Pleine conscience – Hypnose – Systémique, – Psychodynamique. Dans sa pratique clinique, il privilégie une vision (approche) éclectique. Ce qui lui permet d’analyser la nature et la portée de vos problèmes. Il s’assure ainsi de bien cerner vos besoins grâce à une évaluation de votre fonctionnement social complet ou sommaire en vue de l’élaboration d’un plan d’intervention psychosociale ou de traitement personnalisé. Cela, afin de vous accompagner progressivement vers l’équilibre de vie que vous cherchez à retrouver ou à atteindre. Il est reconnu pour : – Humanité – Professionnalisme et collaboration – L’écoute – Ouverture d’esprit et authenticité – Respect, – Non-jugement – Intégrité et franchise Il intervient auprès des personnes en individuel, en couple, famille et groupe. Il offre également de la formation en entreprise : pour les cadres (gestionnaires) et pour les employés. Il offre également des services en création des programmes et évaluation des programmes d’interventions psychosociaux. Il reçoit uniquement sur rendez-vous et offre ses services thérapeutiques uniquement en français.

Email: retrouvelesourire@cliniquetspsy.ca

Location: 533 Rue Ontario E, Bureau 300 Montréal, QC H2L 1N8

Email: welcome@ayssascipio.com

Location: 257 Danforth Ave. Toronto, ON M4K

Looking for an unbiased person to talk to and get outside perspective from? Perhaps you’re looking to create a toolkit to help you combat anxiety that won’t allow your mind to just quiet down. Or, maybe that’s not it at all. Maybe you’re looking to explore sexuality and understand pleasure, relationships, and your body in new ways. It can be difficult to explore sexuality in a world where we’re supposed to pretend like it doesn’t exist. Wherever you’re at and if you’re I am a life transitions, boundaries, anxiety, and sex therapy specialist. Together, we will look at your needs and the ways in which they are or aren’t being fulfilled. You will leave each session with new skills or perspectives to apply in your life outside of session so that relationships with yourself, loved ones, and in the workplace can be improved. If you’re feeling ready to tackle these items or just want to get to my approach a little more, submit a request to connect. I offer free 15-minute free consultations am a reimbursable claim expense for most insurers.

Looking for an unbiased person to talk to and get outside perspective from? Perhaps you’re looking to create a toolkit to help you combat anxiety that won’t allow your mind to just quiet down. Or, maybe that’s not it at all. Maybe you’re looking to explore sexuality and understand pleasure, relationships, and your body in new ways. It can be difficult to explore sexuality in a world where we’re supposed to pretend like it doesn’t exist. Wherever you’re at and if you’re I am a life transitions, boundaries, anxiety, and sex therapy specialist. Together, we will look at your needs and the ways in which they are or aren’t being fulfilled. You will leave each session with new skills or perspectives to apply in your life outside of session so that relationships with yourself, loved ones, and in the workplace can be improved. If you’re feeling ready to tackle these items or just want to get to my approach a little more, submit a request to connect. I offer free 15-minute free consultations am a reimbursable claim expense for most insurers.

Email: welcome@ayssascipio.com

Location: 257 Danforth Ave. Toronto, ON M4K

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