Heather Armstrong

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and 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.”

Lara Sheppard

Registered Social Worker

“Hi! I’m Lara, and I have worked for over 20 years in the mental health field with at-risk children, adolescents, young adults, and their families in schools, private practice and not-for-profit organizations. These experiences have furthered my commitment to anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, culturally sensitive practice. I don’t ask myself what is wrong with a person; instead, I ask myself what happened to this person.”

Rajneek Thind

Registered Social Worker

“I use cultural humility, reflexivity, and critical approaches in my day to day practice with folx on an individual, group, and community level. As a BIPOC (South Asian-Canadian) therapist who identifies in intersectionalities and has experience in navigating a bicultural identity, I recognize the value of a space that allows someone to be seen and heard. I regularly incorporate a variety of therapeutic modalities into my work.”

Isoken Ogumbor

Registered Psychologist

“In therapy, I operate from a trauma-informed and person-centered approach. I aim to listen non-judgmentally and with care. Most importantly, I believe that people are resilient. I strive to offer culturally sensitive treatment, where I acknowledge and encourage people to explore the way their thoughts, feelings, and surroundings impact the choices they make and actions they take.”

Revestin Matias

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and I work from an eclectic approach drawing mainly from Compassion-Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I work from a multicultural, and intersectional feminist lens which informs my understanding of how systemic oppression and discrimination affects quality of life and well-being.”

Paige Dean

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and I consider myself an Integrationist therapist, meaning that I am trained in and draw from various modalities of therapy, depending on what best suits you! I believe that therapy is for everyone and that my perspective as a “zillennial” therapist is a unique one.”

Amanda Kobly

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and I believe that therapy is an essential part to an individual’s well-being. While I use multiple modalities to help my clients achieve their goals and make positive changes, I always work from a trauma-informed lens. By taking a collaborative but goal-oriented approach, I believe we can work together to help you dive thru your biggest concerns.”

Megan Malo

Registered Provisional Psychologist

“Hi! I’m a Registered Provisional Psychologist and I am dedicated to using evidence-based strategies to help you discover what life can be like with better mental health. I use my background and experience with therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Gottman’s Couples Therapy and EMDR to help you discover what will work best for you.”