fbpx

Our Crew

Leadership Team

leader dewar

Amanda Dewar
MEd, RCC

Executive Director

Amanda Dewar, MEd, RCC

Executive Director

Amanda graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2013 with her Masters in Counselling Psychology.  Over the course of her career Amanda has worked with adults providing individual, family, couples and group therapy.  Amanda has experience working in the crisis field, inpatient addictions treatment, outpatient continuing care and outpatient general mental health.  

Amanda founded Strength Counselling Services in 2010 with a desire to help individuals achieve their true potential as they overcome life’s obstacles.  Since its origin, Strength Counselling Services has pioneered online counselling in Canada and has become a leading corporation in the field of private mental health services.  

Amanda demonstrates both clinical skills and business talents as she has owned and operated three private enterprises since 2005.  Amanda has a talent for innovation, business relations and customer service. 

At Strength Counselling Services, Amanda is responsible for front-line clinical supervision, human resource functions, overseeing the student training program and quality assurance functions. 

leader dewar

Dr. Bekayla Dewar
MA, PsyD, RCC

Director of Operations

Dr. Bekayla Dewar, MA, PsyD, RCC

Director of Operations

Bekayla graduated from Midwestern University in 2013 with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology after which she completed a two year post-doctoral program at one of the largest behavioural health agencies in Phoenix, Arizona.  Over the course of her training and work experience, Bekayla has worked with children, adults and geriatrics providing individual, family and group therapy, equine therapy, crisis stabilization and rehabilitative services.  Throughout her 10 year career, Bekayla has worked as the Director of an inpatient psychiatric unit, has held counselling positions at two of Canada’s premiere addiction/residential treatment centres and has served as a supervisor/ethics officer.  

Bekayla is a staunch advocate for a strengths-based therapy approach and has expertise in integrated health care to help meet the unique and individual needs of each person served.  

Over the course of her career, Bekayla has not only demonstrated strong clinical skill but also notable talent on the business side of the behavioural health field.  Bekayla has experience in quality and utilization management, quality assurance and outcomes data management/functions, peer review functions, policy and procedure functions, human resource functions, ethics review/management, program development and contract development.

At Strength Counselling Services, Bekayla is responsible for front-line clinical supervision, monitoring team decisions from a strong ethics-informed lens, reporting outcomes data, performing quality assurance functions, program and contract development, human resource functions and clinical training. 

Vanessa

Meena Bolla Singh,
MSW, RSW

Clinical Supervisor and Counsellor

Meena Bolla Singh, MSW, BSW, RSW

Clinical Supervisor and Counsellor

Meena (she/her) completed her Master of Social Work Degree at University of British Columbia with a clinical focus. Meena is also a Registered Social Worker with the British Columbia College of Social Workers. Meena has a background experience of working in non-profit and health care sectors, providing services to a myriad of populations, including those struggling with addictions, trauma, and mental health challenges.

Meena is passionate about providing client-centred services with the goal to support clients on their journey towards self-actualization and inner healing. Meena draws on multiple frameworks that inform her practice, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Family Systems Theory. As a lifelong learner, Meena is keen to build on her knowledge and grow her skillset with continued trainings.

Meena is committed to providing respectful, strengths-based, culturally safe and gender-affirming care in her practice. Meena has experience working with racialized populations and has a passion to serve diverse, marginalized and disadvantaged groups. As a first-generation Canadian and woman of colour, Meena relates her own diasporic experiences and intersectionalities in her practice. Additionally, Meena is bilingual and offers services to clients in both English and Punjabi.

 

Clinical Team

clinical leader sombrutzki

Jake Sombrutzki,
MACP, RCC

Counsellor

Jake Sombrutzki, MACP, RCC

Counsellor

Jake is a seasoned professional boasting a robust educational background. He earned his Bachelor of Health Sciences with a focus on Addiction and Mental Health from the University of Lethbridge in 2013, followed by a Master's in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University in 2022. With a wealth of experience in addiction and codependency, Jake is dedicated to helping individuals navigate challenges related to codependency, anxiety, depression, and self-worth.

Jake's approach to counseling is marked by his innate ability to articulate insights into thought patterns in a pragmatic and nonjudgmental manner. Grounded in presence, acceptance, and compassion, his methodology underscores the importance of self-worth and self-compassion in achieving holistic well-being. He perceives counseling as a transformative journey, where the therapeutic relationship serves as a catalyst for inner realization and empowerment.

In his practice, Jake prioritizes inclusivity, welcoming individuals from diverse backgrounds and identities. He recognizes the resilience and strengths inherent in each client, fostering effective collaboration through therapeutic modalities such as Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), Somatic Therapy Techniques, and Brief Solution-Focused Therapy (BSFT).

Proficient in addressing issues like fear, low self-worth, and anger management, Jake guides his clients in establishing healthy boundaries and tapping into their innate healing capacities. Inspired by his travels across Asia, he integrates elements of Eastern philosophy and spirituality into both his personal life and professional practice.

clinical leader toste

Rosa Toste,
CCAC

Counsellor

Rosa Toste, CCAC

Counsellor

Rosa writes from the traditional territory of Halalt First Nation, where they have the privilege of providing therapeutic services across this beautiful, culturally rich Nation. As a settler, they express their gratitude to all Nations surrounding them for the opportunity to deepen their understanding of reconciliation and reside on this beautiful Nation with their family.

2SLGBTQI+

Rosa (They/Them) is a passionate queer humorous being who has a knack for intuitively supporting many different folx. Issues such as self-esteem, identity, gender, sex and sexuality, body image and eating disorder issues throughout their journey. Rosa continues to deepen their knowledge, experience and empathy through working with individuals experiencing anxiety and depression, survivors of trauma (sexualized violence, domestic or physical abuse, emotional abuse, experiences of racism and discrimination, religious trauma, childhood trauma and intergenerational trauma), various relationship issues, including communication and conflict resolution, ethical non-monogamy and other non-traditional relationship and family structures, navigating life transitions, chronic illness, disability, and neurodivergence.

Rosa has both personal and professional experience in the mental health and addictions field for almost 20 years and, specifically, with eating disorders for the past 10 years. Rosa’s person centred approach can assist clients to increase their knowledge, and alter their attitudes, and behaviours associated with disordered eating, body image issues, and any relatable dependency issues. Some areas of interest include sexual orientation and gender identity investigations, and coping strategies for dealing with mental health challenges, such as depression and anxiety, and coming out processes.

Rosa’s personal experiences allow them to connect with others from a place of empathy and profound respect for their strengths. Rosa’s experiences are also the base for an approach that recognizes the many layers that we all have, our privileges and oppressions, our traumas and experiences of healing, our attachments, and the behaviours that we foster. Rosa is committed to walking alongside their clients through their process in the timeline that is necessary for optimal healing.

clincal leader nielsen

Janet Nielsen,
MEd, CCC, CHyp

Counsellor

Janet Nielsen, MEd, CCC, CHyp

Counsellor

Janet has a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology (Addictions and Mental Health) from the University of Lethbridge and is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. She is also a certified clinical hypnotherapist (C.Hyp). She graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2016 with a BA double major in Psychology and Religion, and an M.Ed. in 2019. 

At Strength Counselling Janet has worked with clients experiencing loss and grief, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Bipolar Disorder (BD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), and other disorders such as anxiety and depression. Janet believes in creating trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship in order to help support the client’s healing journey.

Janet supports that we are a combination of body, mind, and spirit and that these elements need to be considered when trying to heal the whole person. She practices an integrative approach to counselling, which combines Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Existential Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Hypnosis, Trauma-informed and Transpersonal Therapy amongst others. Within this integrative framework, her central aim is to promote wholeness for her clients in all aspects of their lives. She counsels from a client-centred focus and believes in individual services and interventions that meet the unique needs and personalities of each client. She believes in facilitating the integration of body, mind, and soul by promoting growth and compassion for her clients that can lead to long-lasting, transformational change. Janet is passionate about exceptional human experiences (near-death experiences and mystical/transcendent experiences) and has researched these extensively. She has worked with many clients in relation to grief and loss, death and dying, and she completed her death doula certification in October 2019. She considers this work to be sacred and it allows her to support people and their families as their life comes to a close. 

Charene

Laura Bates,
MC, RCC

Counsellor

Laura Bates, MC, RCC

Counsellor

 

Laura is a professional with a strong educational background, holding a Child and Youth Care degree from the University of Victoria in 2012 and later completing her Master's of Counselling at City University in Canada. Her expertise is rooted in extensive experience, having worked with children in the Greater Victoria School District and supporting youth transitioning out of care at the YMCA.

Residing and practicing on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, Laura recognizes the importance of acknowledging and respecting the indigenous land on which she operates.

In her counselling practice, Laura is committed to inclusivity and embraces individuals of all identities, backgrounds, and life experiences. She values the strengths of her clients and acknowledges their remarkable resilience as human beings. To achieve effective collaboration, Laura employs various therapeutic modalities, including Narrative Therapy, DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), a Solution-Focused approach, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).  She is experience in working with couples and families, youth, eating disorders/body image issues, alternative lifestyles, and 2SLGBTQAI+ related concerns.

Laura's approach to counselling is creative and gentle yet results-oriented. By utilizing a proactive and Solution Focused lens, Laura collaborates with clients to identify practical strategies and tools that can be implemented in real life. This method ensures that the insights gained in counselling translate into tangible actions, allowing clients to actively address and overcome the challenges they face. Throughout this collaborative process, she prioritizes upholding the dignity and sense of self of her clients. Laura actively explores genuine solutions that align with their unique perspectives and worldviews.

Laura’s favourite aspect of counselling is how it can be gentle yet fierce, and a powerful tool for change within people’s lives. Laura prides herself on creating a warm, empathetic environment by utilizing humour to connect with her clients in a down-to-earth manner; allowing space for their true essence to shine.

Charene

Kayla Koster,
MA, Mpsy, RP(Q), Psy D (Cand.)

Counsellor

Kayla Koster, MA, Mpsy, RP(Qualifying), PsyD (Cand.)

Counsellor

Kayla (she/her) completed her Masters of Arts in Communication and Culture Joint Program at York and Ryerson University, now known as Toronto Metropolitan University, focusing on mass media and crowd psychology. She also completed a Masters of Psychology in Clinical and Counselling Psychology at Adler Graduate Professional School. Kayla is currently enrolled in the Doctorate Program at Adler Graduate Professional School in Clinical Psychology. Kayla is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) in Toronto, Ontario. She also has experience in psychological assessment.
At Strength Counselling Kayla has worked with clients experiencing Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD), Bipolar Disorder (BD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Adjustment Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD),  Epilepsy, Seizure Disorder, Grief, Eating Disorders, Addiction, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and other anxiety disorders such as Social Anxiety.

Kayla values building a therapeutic alliance first before implementing any therapeutic modality. She works with each client’s unique situation and disposition to help provide individual tools and exercises to initiate self-reflection and self-development. Kayla values each client as a unique individual and would always consider each unique person as such.
Kayla is passionate about providing client-centred services to support clients on their journey toward understanding themselves and their interpersonal relationships. She draws on multiple frameworks that inform her practice, including Adlerian Therapy, Client-centred Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Couples Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, Grief Counselling, and Talk Therapy.

Kayla offers couples therapy and provides assistance with navigating tough conversations around general concerns and miscommunications in a relationship,  as well as concerns around infidelity. Kayla offers family counselling with the intent to provide ways and questioning to emotionally process pent-up emotions, thoughts and emotional pain while suggesting effective communication methods to assist with navigating tough relationships that are worth working through and trying for.

Kayla is interested in growing her skill set in Sex Therapy and Exposure Based Therapy.

Charene

Dr. Danelle Kabush,
PhD, RCC, MPC

Counsellor

Dr. Danelle Kabush, PhD, RCC, MPC

Counsellor

Danelle graduated in 2007 from the University of Ottawa, from where she holds a Doctorate in Psychology and a Masters in Sport Psychology. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and enjoys helping people who are facing challenges with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship concerns, communication, and those who are looking to create a more meaningful life. Danelle believes in helping clients cultivate self-awareness and working through challenges from a place of curiosity in a safe, warm, non-judgmental space. 

As a Mental Performance Consultant with the Canadian Sport Psychology Association and former professional athlete, Danelle also has over a decade of experience working with athletes, coaches, performers, national and Olympic teams. Her areas of expertise include strategies to reach one’s performance potential in sport and/or other aspects of life, regulating arousal, stress and/or emotions, improving confidence, motivation, and focus, mental preparation for training and competitions, coach/team communication, performance enhancement techniques (e.g. goal setting, imagery, mindfulness), mental recovery and regeneration, psychological rehabilitation from injuries and making a positive career transitions.

For all clients, Danelle believes in viewing presenting concerns or desired goals from a holistic approach, which means considering the various areas in your life that influence the issue. For example, many clients who know “cognitively” what they need to do and discover through working together that they have not integrated that knowledge on a “feeling” or “behavioural” level.  Danelle uses a person-centered approach with an integration of various counselling modalities to provide the best opportunities for clients to achieve their desired goals.

Charene

Jessica Card,
MC, RCC

Counsellor

Jessica Card, MC, RCC

Counsellor

Jessica graduated from the University of Victoria with a Philosophy and Psychological Educational Leadership degree, and more recently from City University with a Master's of Clinical Counselling. She has a passion for people and cares deeply about the capacity and potential for wellness and quality living each person can achieve. She believes that individuals can face changes and episodes in life that manifest in anxiety, depression, and other undesirable mental health challenges. She is interested in working with clients to explore their history, to see how the past is showing up in their present.

When experiences become challenging and energy depleting Jessica hopes to work with clients to reclaim, redirect, and re-story their desired outcomes, goals, and happiness. She hopes to discover strengths and resilience where clients may feel they have none. She looks forward to hearing from her clients "what" and "how" they can be best supported so that they can work together to carve a path towards stronger wellbeing.

Jessica's curiosity and passion for the unique experiences of individuals draws her to narrative therapy, with a focus on strength based approaches, including solution focused, ACT, DBT, and self compassion. She is client centered and interested in exploring what is important to the client, what gives their lives meaning and how to tap into that. Jessica is educated in culturally infused, trauma informed response based therapy.

She comes to counselling work with an open and optimistic heart, ready to meet clients right where they are and collaborate together on counselling journey towards hope and change.

Charene

Robyn Bryson,
MC, RCC

Counsellor

Robyn Bryson, MC, RCC

Counsellor

Robyn graduated from the University of Victoria with a bachelor's degree in child and youth care, and has completed her master's degree in clinical counselling through City University. Robyn also has experience working in addictions and mental health.  It is here, that Robyn discovered her that her natural ability to hold space, create safety, and to quickly built rapport in helping relationships could be used in helping others on their path.

Robyn has a natural interest in listening and holding space for others while walking alongside her clients chosen journey of change and transformation. With a person-centered focus, Robyn believes individuals are experts in their lives. Using this guiding principle, Robyn professionally, and intuitively helps guide clients to move towards their goals in a way that respects the values and autonomy of each individual. Robyn brings a focus to the strengths that people inherently hold, and with a self-compassionate approach, brings a curiosity to help clients move forward in their chosen direction. 

Here at Strength Counselling Services Robyn works with a wide variety of different client concerns, a diversity of client populations, and holds a certification in treating trauma through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Charene

Jasmine Rosentreter,
MSW, RSW

Counsellor

Jasmine Rosentreter, MSW, RSW

Counsellor

 

Jasmine earned her Master of Social Work Clinical Specialization (MSW) from the University of Calgary in 2019, followed by an Indigenous Child and Youth Mental Health Graduate Certificate from UNBC in 2022.

Registered with the Alberta College of Social Workers as a registered social worker (RSW), Jasmine is currently finalizing the requirements for her registered clinical social worker (RCSW) designation. Throughout her career, Jasmine has cultivated diverse experiences in corrections, paediatric medical social work, and early childhood development. During her MSW studies, Jasmine engaged with marginalized populations in isolated northern communities, navigating intricate mental health and government systems. Post-graduation, she concentrated on youth mental health in schools, First Nation communities, and local mental health organizations.

Committed to personalized care, Jasmine ensures each client's counseling journey is tailored to their unique needs and aspirations for change. She possesses specialized training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy Skills, and more, reflecting her dedication to incorporating innovative approaches and cutting-edge research into her practice.

Drawing from her formal training and hands-on experience, Jasmine fosters an environment of trust where clients can explore life's complexities. She empowers clients to progress toward their goals, providing unwavering support through periods of transformation. She creates a safe and inviting space, where clients can openly discuss their personal growth journey with compassion and without fear of judgment.

Charene

Joyce Nyamadi,
MSW, RSW

Counsellor

Joyce Nyamadi, MSW, RSW

Counsellor

Joyce is a Registered Social Worker in British Colombia. She completed her Master of Social Work degree at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, with a dual specialization in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Community Development.  Joyce holds a deep understanding of how macro-level structures impact individual life situations, including health and overall quality of life.

Joyce has had the privilege of serving many diverse people and communities throughout her career, particularly in relation to food insecurity, disability, mental health, criminal justice, and the non-profit sector. 

Joyce takes an intersectional approach to her work and celebrates each person's individuality, including personality, sexual and gender identity, abilities, ethnicity/race, spirituality, and lived experience. As a Ghanaian-Canadian woman, Joyce recognizes the unique experiences and strengths that Black, Indigenous, and people of colour bring to the therapeutic space. Joyce believes that every individual has the right to a therapeutic journey that supports and resonates with their identity and cultural values. 

Joyce is guided by the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), motivational counselling, and supportive and brief counselling from an individualized trauma-informed perspective. Joyce is also committed to decolonizing the therapeutic experience and finding approaches that best align with each person, regardless of who they are and where they come from. 

Joyce’s passion lies in supporting clients to reclaim their inner strength and creating a safe space where clients can be their authentic selves as they explore their emotions, thoughts, triggers and life experiences without fear of shame or judgment.

Charene

Renée Michaud,
BSc, DKATI, PCAT, RP(Q)

Counsellor

Renée Michaud, BSc, DKATI, PCAT, RP (Qualifying)

Counsellor

Renée (she/her) is a Métis woman with mixed ancestry: French and Algonquin from her mother and French and Migmac from her father. She is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Professional Canadian Art Therapist, and Multidisciplinary Artist who lives, works, and plays on the unceded ancestral territories of the Algonquin and Nipissing First Nations also known as North Bay, Ontario. Et oui, elle parle français!

Renée studied Biology and Communication at the University of Ottawa (2009) before supporting youth, their families, and educators with students’ transition from high school to postsecondary for ten years. She became an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation in 2020 and helped youth and adults with personal and professional development. She is a graduate of the masters-level diploma program in Art Therapy from the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute located in Nelson, BC.

Her professional experience includes individual and group art therapy, both online and in-person with children, youth, and older adults. She has worked in community health including at retirement residences, centres for adults with disabilities, and safe spaces for queer children/youth. Renée takes an eclectic approach to helping while centering expressive arts and Indigenous healing approaches.  She is also able to support clients with all manner of challenges such as addiction, codependency, personality disorders, and those experiencing grief.

Charene

Janny Mann,
MSW, RSW

Counsellor

Janny Mann, MSW, RSW

Counsellor

Janny graduated with a Masters in Social Work from the University of South Dakota and is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) through British Columbia College of Social Workers. During her Master’s degree, Janny completed her practicum with Moving Forward Family Services and provided counselling services to diverse populations, including children, families, and groups. Shortly after graduating, Janny began working with individuals experiencing a first episode of psychosis. Utilizing a psychosocial approach, Janny supported clients with recovery, education on psychosis, and relapse prevention.

Janny takes a versatile approach to social work by demonstrating exceptional skills in crisis intervention, cultural competence, and advocacy for marginalized communities. She stays up to date with the latest research and advancements in the field of social work, and as a result can assess complex situations, develop comprehensive intervention plans, and provide compassionate support to her clients.

Janny’s core focus is to work with culturally diverse communities to help reduce the stigma associated with mental health. She firmly believes in the importance of early intervention and strives to help families and communities understand mental health and its impact, especially during critical periods of development.

Janny is guided by the principles of motivational interviewing and strength-based methods. With these modalities, she helps clients gain insight and develop new skills.  Janny’s ability to build trusting relationships with her clients, coupled with her empathetic nature, has allowed her to create a safe and supportive environment for her clients. She is deeply committed to assisting clients in developing healthier and more positive life choices and finds it incredibly rewarding to witness the growth and resilience throughout their therapeutic journey.

Administration & Marketing Team

Micky Capra

Social Media Assistant

Micky joins the team with a Diploma in Marketing and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Event Planning. After working in the automotive industry for many years, Micky had the desire to branch out and explore other industries. She is excited to be a part of a team that is dedicated to assisting individuals in their mental health and recovery journey.

Micky Capra

Social Media Assistant

Micky Capra

Social Media Assistant

Micky joins the team with a Diploma in Marketing and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Event Planning. After working in the automotive industry for many years, Micky had the desire to branch out and explore other industries. She is excited to be a part of a team that is dedicated to assisting individuals in their mental health and recovery journey.

Micky Capra

Social Media Assistant

Micky joins the team with a Diploma in Marketing and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Event Planning. After working in the automotive industry for many years, Micky had the desire to branch out and explore other industries. She is excited to be a part of a team that is dedicated to assisting individuals in their mental health and recovery journey.

Alyssa Dunlop

Administrative Assistant

Alyssa Dunlop

Administrative Assistant

Alyssa joins the team with 8 years in content creation and media experience in Film & Television.

 
After having her son in 2022 she knew she wanted to change her long hours on set for more family time at home. She has been a vocal mental health advocate in her local community and online presence and she is excited to be apart of a team that has a positive impact on peoples lives.
 
Here at Strength Counselling Services, Alyssa is responsible for managing all incoming communication from new and inquiring clients.

Students

Charene

Gloria Mhlanga
MC (Cand.)

Student Counsellor

Gloria Mhlanga, MC (Cand.)

Student Counsellor

Gloria is a student in the Masters of Counselling program at the City University of Seattle. Gloria is passionate about social justice and practices from a Multicultural Framework that accounts for different intersectionalities. “In-session, I aim to provide a culturally infused approach and guide each client to retell their story.”

Gloria is person-centred, willing to meet the client where the client is while working collaboratively with the client through the therapeutic alliance. Gloria is building upon a foundation of Narrative Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and LGBTQ+ Affirmative Therapy.

Charene

Brittany Ennis
MC (Cand.)

Student Counsellor

Brittany Ennis, MC (Cand.)

Student Counsellor

Brittany will complete her Masters of Counselling Psychology from City University of Seattle in the spring of 2024. She brings over a decade of social services experience with her, working directly with families and parents to develop healthy habits, improve connection, and build supports. She works from a trauma-informed, person-centred, approach that emphasizes creating a caring, non judgemental, space for all clients to tell their story and feel understood and supported with whatever they bring.

Brittany recognizes the mind-body connection and believes in utilizing a holistic approach to understand a persons situation and develop a plan that honours clients unique values, beliefs, and worldviews. She has a passion for connecting with people and working together to find tools that create balance and hope for the future.