Maria Kim

Registered Provisional Psychologist

I focus on establishing trust and a strong therapeutic bond with a person-centered approach. I provide structure through collaborative goal-setting but remain responsive to your immediate needs in our sessions. Using evidence-based techniques and a culturally-responsive lens, I respect your unique intersectional identities, experiences, strengths, and values within their greater socio-cultural contexts.

Tiffany Gloeckler

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“I dedicate my practice to your journey of self-discovery and healing. My practice prioritizes a safe and welcoming space, combining humour, education, and professionalism in a tailored, collaborative approach. My unwavering commitment is to support your path to well-being.”

Sabrina Eng

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Using a collaborative and goal-oriented approach I aim to create a productive and welcoming space. Having served clients looking to explore various personality disorders, mood disorders, communication issues, and relational issues, I recognize that you are unique and our approach to your mental health should reflect that. To promote confidence, resilience, and get you un-stuck, we will explore what works for you and help you integrate change into your everyday life. I am grateful for the opportunity to walk with you as you take this next step. “

Sabrina Roach

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi there, I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist and work from a culturally sensitive and attachment-based perspective. Counselling can help navigate transitional periods in our lives and foster a greater understanding of ourselves and our relationships. I believe we all long for a safe space to explore life’s challenges. When we find someone who offers reassurance and validation, it can promote a sense of security, confidence, and resilience.”

Rached Alame

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

My approach to therapy is rooted in a person-centred and anti-oppressive practice, meeting you as the client where you are at to best serve your individual, community, and relationship needs, in both the short and long-term. Maintaining a trauma-informed and safe space is foundational to my practice and includes cultural and religious humility, social justice, enhancing communication and understanding, and social-emotional wellbeing.”

Erin Leech

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist) 

I believe in therapy that comes from a place of humanity, in knowing we are all just walking each other home. I seek to be an empathetic companion along your journey as we create an atmosphere where you feel seen, heard, accepted, and believed, as I personally know the healing power of being accepted for your authentically flawed self.

Holly Hollems

Registered Provisional Psychologist

Hi there! My name is Holly Hollems (she/her) and I am a Registered Provisional Psychologist offering individual, couples/relationship, and sex therapy. I work with clients on a variety of spectra, whether you’re 2SLGBTQIA+, kinky, poly, and/or neurodivergent. I want to be a safe place for you to heal and grow.

Nafisa Moallim

MSW, RSW (Mental Health Therapist)

“As a therapist, I will work with you to create a safe space to discuss your experiences. I aim to break down the stigma associated with therapy in many cultural communities by using person-centred language, simplifying how trauma impacts the body and mind, and making sure that you are leading your therapeutic journey.”

Sasha Seliga

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and my goal is to work together and build a foundational understanding between us, providing a safe place to share what is going on in your life. I am committed to creating an environment that is non-judgemental, attentive, and empathetic. Humour and compassion are key in the therapeutic process, and I try to utilize both in equal measure.”

Heather Armstrong

Registered Psychologist (not accepting new clients)

“Hi! I use mainly a cognitive-behavioural approach, meaning that I explore how beliefs, thoughts, emotions, and reactions impact your perspective and daily life. I can tell you as someone with a history of perfectionism and control issues that it’s okay to seek help and support to learn how to adopt a different perspective and accept all parts of yourself.”