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Anusha Venugopal

Dr. Venugopal has over 14 years of clinical experience working in outpatient and inpatient settings, schools, and private practice. She has expertise in the areas of assessment and psychotherapy. Dr. Venugopal works with adults, adolescents, and the parent population. She has a specific interest in parent skill training with special needs children. Dr. Venugopal has …

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Mikah Fortier

Mikah (they/them) is a genderqueer art therapy intern who brings compassion and creativity to their work in journeying alongside clients. Inspired by the natural world, Mikah weaves together mindfulness, creativity, somatics, movement, and play throughout the healing process to support their clients. They approach the therapeutic relationship from a person-centred lens that harnesses a collaborative …

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Alexandra Wilson

Alex is a Registered Social Worker passionate about empowering clients with the support and skills necessary to move through life’s challenges with greater resiliency. She sees a client’s decision to begin counselling as a courageous act of self-care, but that can often also bring feelings of uncertainty and fear. As such, she works to provide …

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Tulsi Radia

Tulsi believes that the beauty of life is in its ups and downs, however, there are times in our journey when life comes with challenges that may feel overwhelming or unmanageable. Connecting with a therapist can allow individuals the opportunity to unpack feelings of stress and emotional distress while identifying effective ways to cope. Tulsi …

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Brooklyn Hull

Brooklyn is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) as well as a Certified Music Therapist. Brooklyn creates a safe and expressive space to tap into whatever creativity a person may hold, whether they know it or not. Creative arts therapy (music, play, visual art, writing) is a meaningful way to open the therapeutic space and reduce stress. …

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