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Free Introduction Consultation
Discuss your unique concerns with a staff member of your choice to see if they may be the right fit for you! We welcome more than one free 20 minute consultation to make sure you connect with your service provider.
Get individualised support with your academic study skills, note-taking, exam prep, task management, assignment chunking, self-advocacy practice, and more!
Working with your ADHD-related impacts and developing internal motivation, reducing shame cycles, and exploring task management skills for success!
Understanding your ASD-related impacts through discovering communication and boundaries, unmasking techniques, executive functioning skills, and embracing your neurodivergent identity.
Executive Functioning Coaching
Explore your unique needs with organization, planning and prioritizing, self-regulation strategies, task initiation, self-monitoring, and more executive functioning dynamics!
Counselling - Individuals
Counselling - Couples
From finding a part-time job to discovering your optimal career path get support to update your resume, build cover letter writing skills, mock-interview practice, and more!
Indigenous Youth Coaching
From local and international teaching experience to working within the postsecondary sector, I’m an expert in supporting neurodivergent folks. Compassionate and driven, I co-create the best plan for you to reach your goals and understand the barriers along the way. Check out our free group sessions as well! I’d love to meet you and just know you are deserving of support!
From local and international teaching experience to working within the postsecondary sector, I’m ... Read More
Hillary Di Menna
MA (Gender Feminist and Women's Studies)
A Toronto-based black cat collector and mean mom, I am a gender justice advocate, writer, public educator, and peer support counsellor, with a MA in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies from York University.
I have worked with the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres, various sexual assault centres, York University’s ‘The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education,’ and in grassroots feminist organizing.
A Toronto-based black cat collector and mean mom, I am a gender justice advocate, writer, public ... Read More
As an educator with over 25 years of experience in Student Success, Special Education & Employment Support, I strive to understand each learner’s unique profile. I have worked extensively with youth & adults with ADHD and I recently discovered my own diagnosis of ADHD. This personal insight has driven me to develop deeper understanding of the gifts & challenges neurodiversity presents. I am passionate about helping you find meaning & connection in your daily life. I look forward to our journey together!
As an educator with over 25 years of experience in Student Success, Special Education & Emplo... Read More
Expressive Arts Therapist (CREATE Institute), Registered with OEATA, MES: Youth-Led Community Organizing (YorkU), B.A (TrentU)
Redge (Rachael Edge) EXAT, MES, B.A.
I am an Expressive Arts Therapist, who has 15 years experience working with children, youth, and families. I am a proud member of OEATA (Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association). I am invested in trauma-informed approaches to expressive arts therapy/counselling, which means that I see all clients as experts of their own lived experiences, and believe in giving options of ways to engage, always following the direction (and comfortability) of the expert/client.
In our sessions together, we aim to create space for what topics or issues are at the forefront, while igniting the imagination by getting into artful expression and play, to then harvest resources that may be applicable to your reality. We will work on emotional regulation techniques, building connections and safety within the therapeutic relationship, trying out art modalities (i.e. writing, doodling, sound play, movement/dance, breath-work, singing, forming rhythms, etc), and identifying your resources. Expressive Arts Therapy believes in “intermodal play”, which means we believe in going in-and-out of different art forms to support us in expressing our emotions/stories. In addition, we use a “low-skill, high-sensitivity” approach, which means that you do not need any “art experience” or “talent” to be able to engage with any prompts or activities during the sessions. Leaning into expressive arts practices is about sensitizing to the art materials, getting into the body, and exploring diverse ways to express our emotions.
In a parent-child session, or intimate couples/Polycule sessions, we aim to be able to create a safe “enough” space to get into play with one another, while exploring themes through the arts. I believe there is a type of MAGIC that happens when we genuinely reach a place of artful play and expression with one another. This is often where inner resources are found and discovered.
My work is informed by Anti-Oppression, Trauma-Informed, Harm-Reduction, Neurodiversity, LGBTQ2SIA+, Mindfulness, Gender and Relationship diversity, and Sex Positivity.
Redge (Rachael Edge) EXAT, MES, B.A. I am an Expressive Arts Therapist, who has 15 years experie... Read More
MES, BSc (Biochemistry)
I’m an Anishinaabe educator who graduated from the University of Guelph with a Master of Environmental Science. I have a diverse background in education, research, and science; authentically weaving Indigenous and western ways of knowing into my practice as both an Indigenous educator and scientist. I have experience tutoring/teaching elementary, high school, college, and university students. My favorite thing to do is help struggling students! Please book a free consultation with me for Academic counseling!
I’m an Anishinaabe educator who graduated from the University of Guelph with a Master of Environm... Read More
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with my own ADHD diagnosis. I understand the struggle and shame of living in a world that wasn’t built for neurodiversity. I have seen through my work with others and myself that ADHD really means difference, not deficit or disorder. As you learn more about how your brain wiring works, you can begin to live within your strengths. Neurodivergence often comes with other things like anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues and relationship struggles. My role as a therapist is to support your discovery and growth in a safe and compassionate space. I partner with you as you gain awareness and acceptance of your unique experience and build on innate capacity. Together we work towards achieving your goals, doing well at work, thriving in your relationships and finding peace within yourself. My goal for my clients is for you to create a healthy self-image, confidence and a clear vision for a future with meaning, balance and purpose. My therapy approach is informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Let’s connect and see what is possible for you.
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with my own ADHD diagnosis. I understand the strug... Read More
As someone on a personal and ongoing journey of self-exploration, I understand the importance of compassionate self-acceptance in discovering our potential. Self- discovery is a courageous and fundamental process for personal growth. My approach to therapy is integrative and person-centered, with a focus on empowering clients to recognize their personal strengths and capacities to tackle life’s challenges with grace and humility.
As a trained teacher and a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology, I have extensive work experience in clinical and educational spaces, providing therapeutic services for individuals diagnosed with ASD, ADHD and specific learning differences such as dyslexia and dyscalculia. I approach my work from a culturally humble lens, recognizing that my clients are the experts of their own experiences. By adopting a not-knowing stance, we can engage in mutual inquiry through collaborative dialogue to explore your unique perspective and experiences. My goal is to create a space free of judgment where you can feel comfortable discovering your most authentic self.
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). I offer services in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.
I look forward to walking alongside you on your journey of self-exploration and acceptance!
As someone on a personal and ongoing journey of self-exploration, I understand the importance of ... Read More
Seeking counselling is a courageous gift to give yourself when you are dealing with challenges in life and would benefit from some extra support. I have been working in education, advocacy, case management and youth mental health for the past 20 years. I am a Registered Social Worker and I first began practicing as a Counsellor in 2009. My work is informed by anti-oppression, intersectionality, social justice, harm reduction, neurodiversity and positive psychology. I take an integrative and strengths-based approach to wellbeing that understands the interconnectedness of our whole being. I am a Certified Reiki Master and Holistic Health Practitioner. As part of my counselling practice, I offer to teach meditation and breathing techniques that help calm the mind. My modalities of choice include Trauma Informed Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Nature-Inspired Mindfulness, support for Highly-Sensitive People (HSP) and Narrative Therapy. My approach is collaborative and honours the strengths and wisdom that everyone brings to their own healing journey.
Our biggest healing breakthroughs can come from cultivating self-love and having kindness and compassion for ourselves. Self-love helps us boost our self confidence and sky-rocket into our happiest and most joyful life. I believe that all of our struggles connect to larger social and structural realities, and understanding this allows us to cultivate more kindness for ourselves and others. As a Registered Social Worker sessions are covered under insurance plans.
Registered Member of the Canadian Society for Spirituality and Social Work (CSSSW)
Registered Member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) Registration #839983
Seeking counselling is a courageous gift to give yourself when you are dealing with challenges in... Read More
I’m passionate about supporting and destigmatizing the way people view and experience neurodivergence. My primary goals as a coach are to empower folks to recognize their intrinsic worth and building systems together to address the rest. I believe that everyone is sovereign and worthy of meaningful support, compassion and respect.
I have a degree in Child & Youth Care which afforded me a diverse background in supporting and advocating for children, youth and families. I’ve supported folks from varied levels of intersecting experiences and systemic marginalization. Should we walk this path together, you can expect to be treated with unconditional acceptance, patience and understanding.
I’m passionate about supporting and destigmatizing the way people view and experience neurodiverg... Read More
Supporting and guiding students to achieve their academic goals through individualized avenues is my highest priority. My passions remain in fostering safe and proactive environments where post-secondary students can grow professionally and personally at their own pace. I have dedicated my academic and professional career to working with students in early childhood and post-secondary settings with varying abilities, goals, and dreams and have had the privilege of watching them flourish. I have years of experience working in education in teaching, research, and administrative roles. Currently, my work as a doctoral student is rooted in educational philosophy and ethics to explore experiences of difficulty and trauma in educational settings, particularly as they pertain to student’s explorations of selfhood. My goal is to offer diverse strength-based and person-oriented approaches that take into consideration your unique history, learning styles, and experiences and help you surpass you ambitions.
Supporting and guiding students to achieve their academic goals through individualized avenues is... Read More
MA, RP (Qualifying)
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) and late-diagnosed autistic person. I have experienced my own challenges of feeling ‘different’ and navigated mental health issues as I came to understand myself and my own needs. I understand how challenging and freeing it can be to process your identity, and that it is not always a linear path. My experience as a client in therapy has had a great influence on how I developed my own approach to working with clients. I approach therapy from a gentle and curious stance, as I aim to meet my clients where they are at in their healing journey.
My goal is to create a safe and supportive environment for my clients to better understand themselves and to work collaboratively to address any challenges along the way. I believe that every client has unique needs that deserve to be honoured through a personalized and tailored approach to care. I use an integrative approach with my clients, meaning that I have experience in different therapeutic modalities that I will adapt to best fit my client’s needs. The modalities I use include Emotion-Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic, Somatic, and Strength, and Compassion-based. My work is approached from an anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, neurodiverse, and LGBTQIA+ lens.
I hope that my clients may find meaning in their past and present experiences and that it can be transformative in how they perceive themselves, others, and the world around them. If you are curious about working together, please feel free to contact me to discuss any questions you may have.
I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) and late-diagnosed autistic person. I have experie... Read More
As a leadership development enthusiast, I have developed a passion for helping others grow into the best versions of themselves. I bring experience advising a diverse group of students and working in an office dedicated to student success, both inside and outside of the classroom. I believe there is a unique path to success for every individual and my goal is to help you find the right one. Some fun facts about me…I love talking about sports, finding new music and learning about others (and their pets!) If you would like me to be a part of your journey please reach out for a consultation. I am looking forward to meeting you and helping you reach your goals.
As a leadership development enthusiast, I have developed a passion for helping others grow into t... Read More
The privilege I have had to witness students learn who they are and watch them grow into the person they want to be has always been the best part of the education system for me. As the first one in my family to achieve a Masters degree, I know firsthand how important it is that we create spaces where learners can hone their strengths, challenge themselves, and reflect on their growth while simultaneously creating pathways to success. My background in Psychology and Higher Education helps to inform high impact programming and holistic support for students. I look forward to working with you on your lifelong path to student development and learning!
The privilege I have had to witness students learn who they are and watch them grow into the pers... Read More
I have worked with many students with a wide variety of disabilities in the post-secondary environment to achieve their academic and personal goals. I strive to provide support that is accommodating, welcoming and inclusive through individualized, strength-based, and solution-focused approach. I would be honoured to meet you and discuss how I can be a part of your educational needs to support your growth and self-development.
I have worked with many students with a wide variety of disabilities in the post-secondary enviro... Read More
Jasjit Sangha PhD
My work as an educator has been driven by my goal to create more humane, equitable spaces for neurodivergent folks to thrive. In my coaching sessions, I offer my authentic presence and draw from my background in mindfulness, equity and adult learning to create a warm and inclusive space for us to explore your concerns together. I welcome being part of your learning journey!
My work as an educator has been driven by my goal to create more humane, equitable spaces for neu... Read More
B. Kin, M.Sc
Providing guidance & support to students in high school & postsecondary environments is my passion. I have worked with diverse peoples who identity as neurodivergent, or living with a disability. I constantly seek to challenge individuals to further strive & achieve more ambitious goals. Learning, and developing skills to become a better learner is a lifelong journey. I look forward to walking that path with you.
Providing guidance & support to students in high school & postsecondary environments is m... Read More
As a Cree Indigenous person who understands the lived-experience of Indigenous folks navigating systems of oppression, I wanted to build a space for young adults to come together in community and solidarity. Join me in our free service for Indigenous youth to receive individual support for goal setting, career exploration, life skills topics, or if you just wanted a space to chat. I’m looking forward to meeting you!
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