Our Team

We know that finding a counsellor can sometimes feel overwhelming and at the very least a personal endeavour we don’t take lightly. For this reason, we have carefully selected each person on this team to provide you with an opportunity to engage with skilled, well trained professionals.

Counsellors

Each of our Counsellors have a Master of Arts in Counselling and are in good standing with a Registered Counselling Body (RCC or CCC). Counsellors on our team have continued to pursue professional development in order to best support unique mental health and relational issues.

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Founder, MAMFT, RCC

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MAMFT, RCC

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MAMFT, RCC

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MAMFT, RCC

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MAMFT, RCC

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MAMFT, CCC

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MAMFT, CCC

Associates

Our Associate Counsellors have demonstrated excellence in their clinical work and are at the end of their qualifications for their master’s degree, but have not yet completed all requirements to be registered. These therapists offer appointments at a reduced cost.

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Interns

Experience Change provides the opportunity for learning therapists to grow in their clinical skills while completing a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy/Counselling/Psychology or Social Work. We also value the opportunity to provide clients with a low-cost option. Our master’s level counselling interns are directly supervised on a weekly basis by an onsite clinical supervisor, as well as overseen by the master’s level counselling program through their affiliated university.

 

We currently have openings for intern applications. Please submit your CV to alisha@experiencechange.ca

Office Administration

Our administrator works hard to care for our clients and staff so that they can focus on the important work of counselling. 

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Administrator

Shannon Burak