With a seamless blend of her passion for sports, mental health advocacy, and overall well-being, Haileigh possesses over three years as a dedicated Mental Performance Consultant (MPC). Her clientele spans a diverse spectrum, including athletes ranging from varsity to recreational and competitive levels, coaches, students, military personnel, and hospital patients. Throughout her journey, she has developed mental skills training programs that empower her clients to master essential proficiencies such as stress management, time blocking, self-awareness cultivation, relaxation and meditation techniques, constructive self-talk, and heightened concentration.
Presently, Haileigh works with individuals aged twelve and above, with a focus on students, enhancing self-esteem and confidence, addressing anxiety, resolving relationship issues, improving depressed mood, managing grief and loss, regulating emotions, mitigating burnout, and mediating family conflicts. Her primary therapeutic modalities include Solution-Focused (SFBT), Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Person-Centered Therapy (PCT), Mindfulness-Based, and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT).
Employing an integrative and adaptable approach, Haileigh’s guiding purpose is to facilitate alignment among thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. Her holistic approach fosters comprehensive healing across the body, mind, and soul. Fueled by her passion for helping individuals achieve their goals and reach their full potential, Haileigh collaborates with her clients to foster a meaningful therapeutic relationship anchored in values of self-awareness, honesty, trust, and autonomy.
Education: Currently, Haileigh is nearing the completion of her Masters in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University, where she is actively honing her skills as a student therapist in training. Previous to this, Haileigh has attained a Bachelor of Arts in Human Kinetics with a Specialization in Sport Psychology from Laurentian University, and a Masters in Human Kinetics with a concentration in Intervention and Consultation from the University of Ottawa. Moreover, she holds memberships in professional bodies, such as the College of Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and the Canadian Sport Psychology Association (CSPA).