Who Are Our Addictions Counsellors?

Get to Know Our Counsellors.

English Speaking Counsellors

English Speaking Counsellor Holly K.

Holly K.

I am a Registered Social Worker with an Honours Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work from King’s College. I aim to help young people and their families understand how addiction fits into the “big picture” of who they have been, who they are and who they want to be. I take pride in helping my clients uncover and utilize their strengths in order to achieve their goals.

Tasha C.

I am a Registered Social Worker with a Masters Degree in Social Work. I have a background providing counselling support for those experiencing mental health and addiction in a variety of settings. This experience has strengthened my understanding of the complexities of addiction and the impact it can have on one’s life. I am passionate about working with youth experiencing addiction to help them achieve their mental health and wellness goals. I use a strength’s-based framework to empower you to recognize the strength you have within yourself.

Natasha

Tanya D.

I support individuals to understand addiction and to achieve their own personal goals to live healthier, happier lives. I use a strength based approach because I believe everyone has potential and that change is possible. Receiving my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Child and Youth Work has provided me the opportunity to work with youth and their families in a variety of settings. I have had the privilege of meeting youth and adults where they are within their stages of change, to help them understand their addiction, to support change and to assist in recognizing the great strengths they have inside themselves.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading, singing, as well as playing hockey and baseball.

French Speaking Counsellors

French Speaking Counsellor Silvia M.P.

Silvia M.P.

I am a Registered Social Worker, and I completed an Honours Specialization in French Language and Literature with a Major in Spanish Language and Literature, a Master of Arts in French Language and Literature, a Bachelor of Education, and a Master of Social Work. I aim to help young people experiencing addiction make small and steady steps towards recovery, and have witnessed the tremendous impact that caring support can have on a person’s recovery journey.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy baking, listening to podcasts, going on walks with my Labradoodle, and tending to my plants and garden.

Meet With a Counsellor

You will be connected with an Addictions Counsellor based on your needs, fit, and counsellor availability. All of our counsellors are qualified professionals who will customize your support plan based on your goals.

Who’s on Our Leadership Team?

Get to Know Our Team Leads.
Leadership Team Bree M.

Bree M.

I am a Registered Social Worker, and I have an Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Family and Community Social Services from the University of Guelph-Humber and a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. I have spent much of my career working with young people, and I’m passionate about building a safe virtual space where young people can get support with addiction and substance use.

In my spare time, I enjoy musical theater and doing arts and crafts. I also like running and watching TV with my 80 pound lap dog named Diesel.

Leadership Team Carrie D.

Carrie D.

I am a Registered Social Service Worker and have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology, a Concurrent Disorders Certificate, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Addiction Treatment and Prevention. I’m passionate about supporting people through their most challenging times and understand the difficulty in allowing yourself to be vulnerable while sharing your story.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time outside, cooking and creating new recipes. I’m also an avid foodie, gardener, and traveller.