"Shauna is the best! Sometimes I don’t feel like I need therapy that week but I still love to go because she makes therapy comfortable for me and always makes my day better. "
|Christy VideonM.Ed. ,LPC,NCC|
"Christy is a gift! She really listens and has really thoughtful and astute analysis and is kind but also frank and real. Cannot recommend her enough. "
"April has been incredibly understanding and supportive throughout my sessions. She really tries to understand and assess my needs as we progress with no judgment. She is also always re-assessing my coping mechanisms and offering new ones if need be. Such a great woman! "
|Jean LangfordProfessional diploma in therapeutic counselling,Counsellor|
"Amazing and knowledgeable therapist. Has been a great help. "
"She’s very friendly and compassionate and gives good advice. I like talking to her."
"Daphne is kind and compassionate. I feel like she hears me, validates me, and gives me good homework."
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