Heather Antoni, BRE holds a Bachelor of Religious Education degree in Counselling and Intercultural Studies (Hons.) from Emmanuel Bible College. She is completing her Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy from Martin Luther University College and working toward becoming a Registered Psychotherapist, focusing on spiritually-integrated therapy.
She has a heart for supporting those whose lives are affected directly and/or indirectly by mental illness and addiction. Currently serving as a volunteer Crisis Responder for Crisis Text Line, Heather has engaged in over 350 conversations with youth and adults in crisis.
Heather is versed in a variety of therapeutic models, including Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Crisis Intervention. She takes a client-centered and strengths-based approach to working with clients, as she believes that clients are the experts on their own lives and believes that each individual holds innate strengths and resources within themselves.
Jane Miller Voll
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/Association canadienne de soins spirituels.
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.
Sepideh Hossaini, MA has a Master of Arts degree in Psychology. She is an internationally trained mental health counsellor with experience in areas such as anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, adjustment disorder, and relationships. She provides counselling in English, Farsi, and speaks conversational French.
She is a member of Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals. Currently, she is completing her final semester at BREM; an accredited bridging program by CRPO to become a Registered Psychotherapist. She is also studying Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) at University of Toronto and working toward becoming a certified SFBT counsellor.
Sepideh is experienced at implementing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness techniques, and providing psycho-education to clients. She has a client-centred and integrative approach to mental health and uses Bio-psycho-social model in counselling. She believes in facilitating client empowerment, promoting collaborative counsellor-client relationship with a multicultural orientation.
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-C), Client-Centered Therapy, Strength-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT).
I am an avid reader who is enthusiastic about learning. I enjoy physical activity, moments of solitude, and spending time in nature.
Lisa Dolson, MDiv, MPS, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) completed her Master of Pastoral Studies, with a focus on spiritual care and psychotherapy, at Knox College (Toronto School of Theology). She is continuing her training through the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care (CASC/ACSS).
Her experience includes working- with individuals, couples, and families privately and in the hospital and long-term care settings. She supports clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, personality disorders, caregiver stress and fatigue, trauma, and inter-personal relationship difficulties. Lisa works with clients using an integrative approach with Narrative therapy, Solution Focused Brief therapy, family systems, and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Lisa is the Minister at Knox Presbyterian Church, Bayfield.
Chantal Huinink, MDiv-MSW has a Bachelor in Psychology degree from the University of Guelph and her Masters of Divinity and Social Work degree from Martin Luther University College. Her education and experience as a woman with a physical disability has made her keenly aware of the need for holistic care including consideration of physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. She is currently working towards her designation as a spiritually integrated therapist.
Her primary experience involves counselling in identity formation for youth and young adults, positive adjustment to disability, and grief support. Chantal integrates a variety of therapeutic approaches including Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.