Associates of CCCL

To book an appointment, please email the Associate directly.

For information or questions, please call 1-888-350-2011.

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Jane Miller Voll
RP (Qualifying) #10345

Jane Miller Voll is completing a Master

of Arts degree in Theology, Counselling

and Spiritual Care at Martin Luther University College, Wilfrid Laurier

University. She is working towards

becoming a Registered Psychotherapist

(RP) with training in Psycho-Spiritual

Therapy through the Canadian

Association for Spiritual Care. 

Jane is a Certified Focusing Professional

with the Focusing Institute in New

York, a Certified Facilitator in

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) with the Centre for

Mindfulness Studies in Toronto, a

Reiki practitioner, and she is in the

final stages of certification in Somatic Experiencing (SE). Her background

includes working with individuals and

groups to foster wellness, trauma

healing and recovery.  

Jane has a body-based, multi-cultural orientation to psycho-spiritual wellness. 

Her person-centered, humanistic and integrative practice includes solution-focused, mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral, somatic, psychodynamic

and transpersonal approaches to

supporting clients, depending on their

needs and preferences.

  

jane@communitycounsellinglondon.com

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Kristine Ridler
RP #10265

Kristine Ridler, MTS My goal is to

walk alongside people and collaborate

with them to inspire hope, growth,

and healing on their journey

towards wholeness. I work from a

person-centred, strength-based,

trauma and attachment-informed

lens and offer an empathic, genuine,

non-judgmental, and safe space for

clients to discuss their concerns,

rediscover their strengths, and

overcome their challenges. 

 

My primary experience has been

working with adults and couples

who are navigating varying challenges

related to mental health and wellness.

My work includes supporting individuals/couples who have

experiences of childhood and adult

trauma, chronic pain, PTSD,

depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. I work with clients using

the following therapeutic modalities:

Emotion Focused Therapy for

Individuals (EFIT), Emotion-Focused

Therapy for Couples (EFT),

Client-Centered Therapy,

Strength-Based Therapy,

Motivational Interviewing (MI),

Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT)

and Mindfulness Based Cognitive

Therapy (MBCT). I am an avid reader

who is enthusiastic about learning. I

enjoy physical activity, moments of

solitude, and spending time in nature.

 

kristine@communitycounsellinglondon.com

Mike Burns
RP (Qualifying) #12159

Mike Burns, MDiv, MPS, RP (Qualifying) uses a holistic, person-centred, strengths-based approach in
working with people and seeks to provide a safe, caring,

non-judgemental space. He has experience in
grief, loss, anxiety and trauma

as well as working with people

who have been diagnosed with

bipolar and borderline personality disorders and Dissociative Identity Disorder. Mike uses an integrated
approach with Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy,

Mindfulness Techniques, Family

SystemsTheory and the Cognitive Behavioural Family of therapies – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT),
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).


Mike also serves as a fire chaplain

with a volunteer fire department

where he works with firefighters
and their families as well as with

victims and witnesses. Mike holds a Master of Divinity degree and a
Master of Pastoral Studies degree

from Knox College at the University

of Toronto and is an ordained
minister in The Presbyterian

Church in Canada. Mike is an

associate member of the Canadian
Association for Spiritual Care/Association Canadienne de soins spirituels (CASC/ACSS).

mike@communitycounsellinglondon.com

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Luba Rascheff

Luba Rascheff, MDiv holds a Master

of Divinity from the Harvard

Divinity School. She is enrolled in

the Master of Pastoral Studies

(MPS) Program at Emmanuel

College, University of Toronto.

Luba has been providing spiritual

care as a chaplain in Toronto,

Ontario for the past four years

in two retirement communities.

She has experience facilitating conversations that explore

emotions, family relationships,

fears, anxieties, and grief and loss.

Luba is a compassionate listener

who provides person-centered

care. She uses Cognitive

Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused

Brief Therapy (SFBT) in her

sessions.

Luba is a blogger and an

independently published author.

luba@communitycounsellinglondon.com

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