Community Counselling Exeter
Managing Art through Anxiety group for youth (ages 14-18) starts in January 2022.
All participants must be registered. 8 participants maximum.
Register by emailing email@example.com or texting or phoning 1-888-350-2011.
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Counselling services for Children, Youth and Young Adults
(ages 12 - 25)
Community Counselling Exeter will provide subsidized counselling services for children, youth and young adults ages 12 to 25. Services will be operated by Community Counselling Centre of London and hosted and sponsored by Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church. Subsidized counselling is available based on each individual situation.
Community Counselling Exeter will open on November 1, 2021 and provide counselling on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 11 am to 7 pm. A free Art Therapy group for youth dealing with anxiety will be offered on Tuesday’s from 4 pm – 6 pm.
Eligible clients are residents of Exeter and South Huron. Clients wishing to utilize the services of Community Counselling Exeter are invited to call 1-888-350-2011 to inquire about counselling services and the free Art Therapy group for youth.
Meet The Team
Surya Leigh Mellor
Surya Leigh Mellor, MFA, is completing a Master of Pastoral Studies with a Certificate in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy at Emmanuel College (University of Toronto).
Surya Leigh has experience providing spiritual care in the healthcare setting with a focus on end-of-life care. She brings sensitivity to bereavement, loss and transition conversations. Her focus is holistic, human-centred, strengths-based and spiritually-integrated. She draws upon integrating Mindfulness, Somatic practices, Narrative Approaches, Artistic Exploration and nature-based interventions.
One can expect a non-judgemental, inclusive and compassionate space when entering a counselling relationship with Surya Leigh. With a deep respect for the innate wisdom of the body, the psyche and the human spirit, Surya Leigh strives to foster curiosity and self-awareness for what emerges in the here and now of the session. She is committed to journeying alongside individuals and families to support them in embodying the life that they want to live.
Surya Leigh offers counselling sessions on Wednesdays in-person from 11 am - 7 pm at Community Counselling Exeter location (264 Main St S, Exeter, ON in Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church building) and Fridays on-line by video or phone.
Dela Lubin, BA, is currently completing a Master of Pastoral Studies in Psychotherapy and Spiritual Care at the University of Toronto. In this program, she studies and researches client-centered psychotherapy within a spiritual context. Dela assists individuals in finding meaning and purpose in their life situations through a deeper understanding of themselves and their world through conversation-based assessments and therapy. Dela is experienced in providing psycho-spiritual therapy to individuals, families, and groups. Dela also works as a Counsellor with high-risk youth within the city of London.
Previously Dela worked as an ESL Teacher in China and more recently as a Health Care Coordinator. She has a passion for helping people discover their inner resources and strengths. In her sessions, Dela offers a non-judgmental and safe space where you can explore your inner emotions and life situations at your own pace. She believes that difficult life situations are not to be feared, and when approached and explored with awareness, can become forces for amazing change in an individual’s life.
Dela offers in-person sessions at Community Counselling Exeter location (264 Main St S, Exeter, ON in Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church building) on Mondays from 11 am - 7 pm and on-line counselling sessions by video or phone on Wednesdays.
Aisha Husseini, BA, is completing a Master’s Level Graduate Diploma in Art Therapy, DTATI, at the Toronto Art Therapy Institute. Aisha studied psychology and thanatology at an undergraduate level and completed a certificate in loss, grief and bereavement studies. Aisha has experience working in the areas of traumatic brain injury, mental health, addiction, trauma and suicide loss. She brings compassion, empathy and a trauma-informed approach to her work. Her focus is on person-centred care, supporting growth, inner strength and resiliency in her clients.
She draws upon combining the creative process and therapy to facilitate self-exploration and understanding to achieve client goals. Aisha holds that art can be used as a tool for communication, self-examination, exploration and healing for people of any age or ability. Aisha also believes that the counselling relationship is paramount to the therapeutic process and is dedicated to fostering connections. She approaches her clients with a non-judgmental attitude, inclusivity, compassion and respect for their individual needs.
She works collaboratively with her clients to foster curiosity, self-awareness and growth of one’s authentic self. Aisha practices from an anti-oppressive lens and identifies as a BIPOC individual and ally.
Aisha is offering a free art therapy group for ages 14-18, every other Tuesday starting January 2022 from 4 - 6 pm at Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church building (264 Main St S, Exeter, ON). The art therapy group is called "Managing Anxiety with Art."
For residents of Exeter and South Huron
Community Counselling Exeter
Office located in
TRIVITT MEMORIAL ANGLICAN CHURCH
264 MAIN ST S
EXETER, ON N0M 1A0