Our Team

About Sue Diamond

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 suffered from untreated post-traumatic stress, although there

Alexa Gelles

Alexa is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #13309) who specializes in treating relationship issues, stress and anxiety, depression, trauma, and low self-esteem. She also has experience working with life transitions, anger management, loss and disordered eating. Alexa received her undergraduate

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,

Deanna Schilling

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 and professionally for over 17 years, and is passionate about

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

Mehmet Yaygin

Mehmet Yaygin, M.C.P., R.C.C. After finishing my degree in business, I spent a decade working for the corporate world. I had a job and a salary and a position that made everybody happy but me. It took me a bankruptcy