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Women’s health issues

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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Kathleen Wilson

Kathleen has over 20 years of experience providing executive coaching and consulting services to leaders across financial, professional services, government and first responder settings. Marshalling secrets from social, organizational, and positive psychology, she’s helped many clients sharpen their uniqueness, communication skill, relational strength, decision-making savvy, and performance by removing mental roadblocks and inspiring new perspectives. …

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Ninat Friedland

Ninat has worked with individuals with a variety of emotional and mental health concerns including stress, anxiety, depression and addiction. Her primary areas of interest are in women’s health (fertility, pregnancy, motherhood and sexuality) and interpersonal relationships. Ninat has specialized training in art therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. She draws on these …

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Lorena Dolinar

Lorena is a mother, children’s book Author, and a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) with over 20 years of clinical experience supporting diverse youth, young adults and their families. She specializes in working with individuals who have been impacted by various complex mental health and substance use issues including trauma, addiction, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and psychosis. Emotions …

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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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