Our Team

About Sue Diamond

Founder, Director – Good Life Therapy Centre My interest in becoming a counsellor developed, in part, from my early life experiences. Both of my parents had lived through WWII in Europe, and the war continued in our home. They both

Deanna Schilling

Clinical Counsellor and Client Coordinator – Good Life Therapy Centre Deanna is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Adlerian Parent Educator, and is trained in Expressive Play Therapy Methods for Children. Deanna has been immersed in the addictions recovery world both personally

Shivani Agarwal

Clinical Counsellor and Marketing Director – Good Life Therapy Centre Counselling and Art Therapy: Shivani is a trauma-informed Clinical Counsellor and Art Therapist, experienced in working with people between 7 to 28 years of age. She takes a Narrative Therapy

Barbara Plumstead

  My parents wanted the best for their kids, but trauma, depression and alcohol abuse undermined their efforts.  I swore I wouldn’t follow the same path, but I did.  My parents’ unhealthy ways of coping with trauma became my own,

Joy Schellenberg

I always knew that I would be a professional counsellor/therapist one day, but I needed to work on myself first – this took a while since I had a fair amount to sort through. I started working with children and

Lutetia Wallis-Mayer

Registered Clinical Counsellor & Art Therapist I have always held curiosity in human psychology. After many years of personal counselling and uncovering my own means of healing and growth, I felt the drive to pursue a career in counselling myself.

Christie Behrisch Kumar

Christie has been working as a Registered Clinical Counsellor for over 10 years and has been in various helping professions for over 20 years. Her passion for helping others began in childhood and has remained the largest part of her