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

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,

Lutetia Wallis-Mayer

Lutetia is on Maternity Leave until July 2022 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

Christie Behrisch Kumar

I have been working as a Registered Clinical Counsellor for over 10 years, and have been in various helping professions for over 20 years. My passion for helping others began in my childhood and has remained the largest part of

Erin Peters

I am a psychotherapist, mother, and former lawyer. I came into therapy first as a client, seeking support for my own challenges as a woman and mother, and as part of a couple raising a neuro-diverse child. Through therapy, I

Pal Manhas

I have worked as a Registered Clinical Counsellor for 14 years, providing psychotherapy and counselling to diverse individuals and families in various contexts. My interest in counselling arises from being curious and intrigued about relationships and how each relationship develops

Harkamal Sangha

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced” – James Baldwin Seeking therapy is an act of courage, self-compassion and a necessary first step towards making change happen.  I understand this

Maureen McBride

 I have been curious about why people do what they do for as long as I can remember and as a young adult I studied psychology to make sense of my own life and family. Early life experiences allowed me