Carly Noodleman

Carly obtained her Masters of Social Work from McGill University, and is a member of the Professional Order of Social Workers, Family, and Marriage Therapists of Quebec. She has extensive experience in the Health and Social Service network, including an expertise in Youth Protection, behaviour modification, crisis intervention and risk assessment. Carly works with individuals of all ages, as well as couples and families, to navigate issues such as anxiety, self-esteem, couple difficulties, parenting, and work-life balance.
Carly thrives on creating a positive rapport in order to provide you with a safe space to talk about personal struggles, without feeling judged. Her approach is based on compassion and empowerment, while cultivating insight and self-awareness. Her interventions are strength based, while taking into account prior lived experiences or traumas. Her focus is to provide you with an outlet and the tools to help you achieve your personal goals in a healthy way.

Dominique Cloutier

Dr. Dominique Cloutier holds a doctorate in psychology from the Université du Québec à Montréal. She is a clinical psychologist licensed by the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec.
Dominique has clinical experience in a wide range of issues, including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders and attachment disorders. For many years, she has worked with individuals suffering from emotional, interpersonal and/or family difficulties due to a variety of situations: bereavement, separation, depression, anxiety, childhood trauma linked to psychological, physical and sexual abuse, and life transitions. Dominique also has experience with the difficulties and issues associated with the perinatal period, and she accompanies (future) parents through their experience.
In her clinical practice, she works with a highly varied clientele from a variety of cultures and communities. Her clinical work is therefore integrative, drawing on different orientations and currents of thought according to the needs of each individual and building on the unique qualities and strengths of each person.
Dominique sees therapy first and foremost as an intimate space in which to feel supported and understood in the face of painful situations. This space allows us to connect with our human emotional experiences and thus improve our ability to recognise our emotions, by naming and experiencing them in order to regulate them better. Therapy also enables us to become aware of our ways of thinking and the behavioural choices/patterns that contribute to our current problems. Finally, Dominique attaches great importance to the therapeutic alliance and has created a warm atmosphere based on compassion, trust and humour, because therapy is also a place where we can share and celebrate our successes, our moments of pride and joy.
She offers her services in French and English to teenagers and adults.
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Dr. Dominique Cloutier détient un doctorat en psychologie de l’Université du Québec à Montréal. Elle est psychologue clinicienne agréée par l’Ordre des Psychologues du Québec.
Dominique détient une expérience clinique concernant une diversité de problématiques telles que les troubles anxieux, les troubles de l’humeur, les troubles de personnalité, les troubles alimentaires et les troubles d’attachement. Depuis plusieurs années, elle accompagne des individus souffrant de difficultés sur le plan émotionnel, interpersonnel et/ou familial dû à diverses situations : deuil, séparation, dépression, anxiété, traumatismes de l’enfance liés à des abus psychologiques, physiques et sexuels, transition de vie. Dominique possède de plus une expérience en ce qui a trait aux difficultés et aux enjeux liés à la période périnatale et elle accompagne les (futurs) parents dans leur expérience.
Dans sa pratique clinique, elle exerce au sein d’une clientèle très variée et issue de diverses cultures et communautés. Elle privilégie donc un travail clinique dit intégratif et alimenté par différentes orientations et courants de pensée selon les besoins de chacun et en s’appuyant sur les qualités et les forces uniques à chacun.
Dominique considère la thérapie comme avant tout un espace intime qui permet de se sentir soutenu et compris face aux situations douloureuses que l’on traverse. Cette espace permet de connecter avec nos expériences émotionnelles humaines et ainsi d’améliorer nos capacités à reconnaitre nos émotions, en les nommant et les expérimentant afin de mieux les réguler. La thérapie nous permet par ailleurs de prendre conscience de nos façons de penser et de nos choix/patrons comportementaux participants à nos problèmes actuels. Enfin, Dominique accorde une grande importance à l’alliance thérapeutique et a créé un climat chaleureux fondé sur la compassion, la confiance et l’humour, car la thérapie est aussi un endroit où l’on doit pouvoir partager et célébrer nos réussites, nos moments de fierté et de joie.
Elle offre ses services en français et en anglais à une clientèle adolescente et adulte.

Areej Siddiqui

I have worked for eight years in generalist practice, and for three years each pursuing specialization in trauma therapy and sex therapy. My approach is grounded in curiosity, discovery, and collaboration. I hold faith in clients’ capacities to direct their own lives, and I enter into the therapeutic process as a reverent and humble companion. Together we might invite the unexpressed, listen for possibility, play with new and different self-narratives, and arrive at ways of moving onward that align with who you would like to be in the world. The ideas I introduce and directions I might pursue with clients are informed by feminist and queer theory, developmental psychology, perspectives on attachment and differentiation, and contemporary nervous system theory. Clients often leave with new understandings of themselves and their difficulties, enabling new and different actions in their lives.

In addition to a Masters in Couple and Family Therapy, I have pursued additional training in EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and couples therapy to address sexual issues. I enjoy working with a wide variety of folks—including the consensually non-monogamous, those among the lgbtq2s+, those in multi-cultural families or partnerships, and with experiences of immigration in their family history.

Niyati Gandhi

Niyati Gandhi is a registered psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) who has been helping ethnically diverse adults, couples, and families across Canada, the United States, and India for over a decade. She firmly believes that every individual possesses untapped self-knowledge that can be unlocked and developed through therapy. As a therapist, Niyati approaches each session with compassion, empathy, and warmth, creating a confidential space where clients can explore their thoughts and emotions safely.

Niyati's therapeutic style is grounded in her training in clinical psychology and her South Asian roots, which enables her to offer a holistic approach to therapy. She blends Western psychology with Eastern philosophy, integrating some of the most effective therapeutic approaches such as cognitive-behavioral (CBT), emotion-focused, attachment-focused, and mindfulness-based therapies. Additionally, she is trained in EMDR and Internal family systems (IFS), which enables her to help individuals process and integrate parts of self and their traumatic memories, reducing their distress.

Apart from her training in traditional psychotherapy, Niyati has a keen interest in the therapeutic application of psychedelics. She has completed her training in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD (MAPS USA) and from Integrative Psychiatric Institute (IPI), USA to become a Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider. Niyati believes that her clients truly are the experts on themselves, and her role as a therapist is to facilitate their journey of self-discovery and healing. She is committed to building a therapeutic relationship with each of her clients, which requires a sense of safety, respect, and trust.

Dr. Bramilee Dhayanandhan

Dr. Bramilee Dhayanandhan is a licensed psychologist, specializing in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and families with a range of mental health difficulties. She has worked in various hospitals and community mental health centres across the Greater Toronto Area and is the co-founder of North Toronto Psychology. Dr. Dhayanandhan is committed to understanding and supporting the mental health needs of young people, particularly those who are not responding to traditional modes of treatment.

In treatment, Dr. Dhayanandhan strives to help create conditions where change is possible, by working with young people and their families to make meaning of their experiences, reduce painful emotions and problematic behaviours, learn and apply skillful behaviours, and cultivate acceptance and hope. Her practice is guided by attachment-focused and trauma-informed principles. Dr. Dhayanandhan has received training in psychedelic assisted therapy, and provides ketamine-assisted therapy to teens struggling with depression and complex trauma. She is honoured to be part of the Numinus team, supporting young people and their families in their journey towards healing.

Tess Ipolito

Originally from New York, Tess has landed in Utah after years of dedication to environmental and social justice work globally. She has worked extensively with adolescents, young adults, and families in experiential and recreational therapy. She specializes in life transitions and development of Self, and works with a wide array of unique clientele experiencing issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, disordered eating, body image issues, sexual health and fulfillment, attachment issues, oppositional defiant disorder, family and relationship dynamics, and chronic stress, pain, and illness. Tess takes a holistic and integrative approach to healing. She has an eclectic therapeutic style and works collaboratively with clients to recognize strengths and make meaningful changes. Tess works with clients to show up authentically in their lives. She believes that challenge is vital to change, and views herself as a guide for clients navigating new and difficult terrain.

Sevon Taroian

Sevon Is a LCSW located in the Murray location. He specializes in Trauma and Anxiety disorder. He will make sure that you feel welcome and comfortable with the therapy process. His desire is to make sure your goals are met and start to feel the relief you are seeking. Seeking help can be difficult and uncomfortable. He wants his clients to know that they are a part of the process and teamwork is the dream work.

Vickie Lamoureux-Tremblay

Vickie a obtenu un doctorat en intervention (psychologie clinique, spécialisée en enfance et en adolescence) et en recherche (neuropsychotoxicologie développementale) à l’Université de Montréal. En recherche, elle a étudié comme sujet de thèse l’anxiété et le fonctionnement du circuit neuronal de la peur avec l’IRMf auprès des communautés inuites en lien avec divers facteurs de risque, tels que l’exposition aux contaminants environnementaux. Elle a aussi étudié les rêves et les cauchemars ainsi que le sommeil paradoxal au laboratoire du sommeil à l’hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal durant 3 ans. De plus, elle a travaillé durant 5 ans à l’hôpital Sainte-Justine, où elle a fait des évaluations psychologiques et de la recherche en neuropsychologie concernant les troubles intériorisés chez les enfants et les adolescents.
Au niveau de l’intervention, Vickie a travaillé 3 ans comme intervenante à la Maison du Père auprès de personnes en situation d’itinérance et à la Résidence J-A de Sève auprès d’aînés, telle que pour l’assistance en soins palliatifs et en accompagnement psycho-social. Elle travaille aussi présentement en intervention, principalement auprès de jeunes de la DPJ, comme facilitatrice assistée par les chevaux.

Comme psychologue, lors de ses stages cliniques et ses internats, Vickie a été formée dans plusieurs approches psychothérapeutiques auprès de jeunes et d’adultes. Elle a été formée dans les approches psychodynamique et cognitivo-comportementale lors de stages durant 3 ans à la clinique de psychologie de l'Université de Montréal lors de suivis avec des jeunes et leurs parents. Elle a travaillé un an comme interne à la clinique de psychologie en pédopsychiatrie à l’Institut Universitaire en santé mentale du Douglas où elle accompagnait des jeunes et leurs familles, en individuel ainsi qu’en groupe, avec l’approche de thérapie par le jeu, l’art-thérapie et l’approche intégrative. Vickie a commencé à travailler à la clinique MindSpace comme interne en 2018, où elle a été formée principalement dans l’approche de la pleine conscience (certifiée pour MBSR) et la thérapie d’acceptation et d’engagement (ACT). Elle y travaille depuis comme psychologue auprès d’une clientèle adulte. Elle fait aussi partie de l’équipe pour le programme de préparation et d’intégration des psychédéliques depuis le début de sa création à MindSpace.
Vickie utilise maintenant comme psychologue une approche intégrative s’adaptant à l’unicité de chaque patient en travaillant dans le ici-maintenant tout en faisant le pont entre le passé et le futur en fonction de ce qui est important pour la personne. Étant aussi formée comme professeur de yoga et massothérapeute, puis faisant présentement la formation en ‘Somatic Experiencing’ sur 3 ans, Vickie apporte une attention particulière à la synergie entre le corps, l’esprit et la conscience, ainsi qu'entre le monde intérieur et extérieur.

John Ellis

A humanistic existential therapeutic approach with sound principles and psychology helps people as much as mindfulness, meditation and medicine. A therapeutic relationship can be an agent of positive change and growth in your life. The human condition requires some health and healing. As a fellow traveler I hope to help people along their journey.