In her work with individuals and families, Evelyn provides a person-centred, non-judgmental and compassionate space to explore and navigate a range of life experiences including critical illnesses, addictions, grief and loss, interpersonal relationships, stress, anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideations.
Evelyn views her role to be that of a co-navigator in the process of psychotherapy. Her goal is to journey with individuals and families in their quest to reconnect with what is most important to them, with a focus on promoting resilience and growth for each individual and family that she works with.
Practicing from Narrative Therapy and Attachment-Based frameworks, Evelyn also draws on other therapeutic modalities (Emotionally Focused, Feedback-Informed, Trauma-Informed, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy-Informed, and Internal Family Systems) to help individuals and families chart their own roadmap from where they are to where they would rather be.
Evelyn holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Carleton University and a One-Year Training Certificate in Narrative Therapy from Dulwich Centre, Australia. Evelyn is a Registered Social Worker in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and is also a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW).
Layla’s key importance is creating a safe space for clients to feel comfortable and relaxed to open up and unpack throughout their therapeutic journey. She brings a warm, non-judgmental approach to her sessions and seeks to be a caring witness to her clients and their stories. She wants her clients to feel safe and accepted for their full selves.
Layla uses an integrative and collaborative approach by drawing from different therapy and counselling theories; her work is tailored to best meet her clients’ needs. The approaches Layla uses help guide her clients to discover their hidden strength and resilience. Layla works with her clients’ strengths to support them in unpacking and exploring the issues and distress that bring them to therapy. The key therapeutic approaches which inform her practice are Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Art Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT), and Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT).
Layla is experienced in working with adult individuals and couples. Her experience involves working with depression, anxiety, trauma, self-development, childhood wounds, interpersonal relationships, and relationship conflicts.
Layla is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). She graduated from Saint Paul University with her Master’s in Counselling and Spirituality and has a Graduate Diploma in Couple Counselling and Spirituality.
Pamyna provides a warm, safe, nurturing, and non-judgmental space where her client’s can explore and understand the patterns that keep them stuck while building new habits that align with their future self. Pamyna draws from Psychodynamic Theory and a trauma-informed lens to understand her clients. She also pulls from a variety of evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Strength Based, and Internal Family Systems.
Pamyna’s aim is to help her clients discover their true self, values, needs, strengths, and learn to set boundaries so they can begin living a life that feels authentic and meaningful. As a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Pamyna provides individual therapy to adults and her experience includes working with issues of self-esteem, anxiety, depression, co-dependency, past trauma, relationship issues, grief, and existential questions.
Pamyna is a graduate of Saint Paul University and holds an MA in Counselling, Spirituality and Psychotherapy.
Sara works from a strength-based approach and invites each client to explore and discover their inner strengths, resilience and problem-solving skills. She is knowledgeable of the structural and societal factors that could pose as barriers that may impact a person’s ability to thrive. Sara meets clients where they are in their journey and collaborates with them as they navigate their healing process. She is passionate about social justice and social inequalities in health.
Sara’s clinical practice incorporates Narrative Therapy, Anti-Oppressive Practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques and aspects of Mindfulness from a culturally sensitive and Trauma-Informed approach. She provides counselling to individuals adults facing a wide variety of emotional and psychological challenges in their lives. Sara has worked in a variety of community settings and has extensive experience assisting clients to navigate the different social services, housing, and welfare systems. Throughout her profession in social services, she has worked with seniors, adults with chronic illness, as well as newcomers and immigrants’ parents.
Sara completed her Master of Social Work at The University of Ottawa and is a Registered Social Worker in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and is a member of the Canadian Association of Social Workers. Sara provides counselling in multiple languages including French, English and Arabic.