Christina is the founder of the practice. She believes in equality, emotional and psychological wellness and a better life for everyone. Read more here.
Clinical Director, Psychotherapist, TRE Provider, Coach
Denise values people’s individuality and believes each person is the expert of their own lives. She acknowledges that sometimes all we need is for someone to listen and help us put things into perspective. Read more here.
Clinical Social Worker
Danielle is our mindfulness meditation instructor. She makes use of evidence-informed practice in all sessions. Her goal is to provide client-centered mindfulness programming, focused on developing present moment awareness of thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Outside of practicing mindfulness, Danielle advocates for mental health, at-risk populations, and environmentalism.
Haniah is our lovely office manager. You'll hear her on the phone and across e-mails when you are in the booking stages. She is currently a York University student of Psychology.
Naomi is our lead Steeles location psychotherapist. She enjoys working collaboratively with clients to deepen insight and develop new skills. Her previous experience includes working with individual adults and couples facing different challenges including anxiety, depression, issues around gender and sexuality, low-self-esteem, obsessive compulsive disorder, sexual assault, and childhood trauma. Read more here.
Registered Psychotherapist (Q)
Leah Hovey holds an Honours BA in Psychology and Applied Sciences from the University of Guelph-Humber. Since then, she has been pursuing research within Indigenous Mental Health and has been actively writing about mental health disorders that affect individuals on a daily basis. Her areas of interest include grief counselling, Family, Divorce & Couples Mediation, Sex & Relationship therapy and Elder care.
Julia is a Psychology and Creative Writing Honours BA graduate with experience and training working with vulnerable children and adults in need of emotional and psychological support. She believes in the power of positive thinking and is passionate in helping people expand and change their perception to gain a more positive perspective. She firmly believes in treating every individual by considering each person’s unique experiences and qualities rather than viewing them as a collection of symptoms or a diagnosis.
Shaila Anjum is in the process of completing her Honours with Thesis BA in Psychology and Applied Sciences at the University of Guelph-Humber. Shaila understands that perception plays a significant role in mental health and aims to gain a wholesome understanding of various therapies that best fit different individuals to provide an effective treatment in the future as therapist specializing in CBT.