Lindsey Moncarz

Lindsey Moncarz completed her master’s degree in Counselling Psychology at McGill University as well as a certificate program in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a member of the Ordre des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec (OCCOQ) and is currently pursuing a license to practice psychotherapy from the Ordre des psychologues du Québec (OPQ) under the clinical supervision of Dr. Robin Moszkowski. Lindsey’s collaborative, empathic, and transparent approach is tailored to the unique needs and abilities of each client. She strives to create an authentic and supportive environment where clients feel safe to navigate their life challenges. Lindsey is experienced in working with individuals who struggle with a wide range of concerns. These include stress and anxiety, low mood and depression, fragile self-esteem and self-worth, interpersonal and relationship conflicts, ineffective communication skills, executive functioning difficulties, as well as overwhelming life transitions (ie: personal, academic, and/or vocational). She promotes the development of self-awareness, resilience, and self-compassion as she helps her clients pursue meaningful change and personal growth.

Cassie Norton

Cassie (she/her) received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Family Science from Utah Valley University. She then obtained her Master’s degree from Utah Valley University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Cassie approaches therapy through a Person-Centered lens, by believing that every person has the capacity to heal. In her work she puts an emphasis on Emotion Focused Therapy and the belief that human beings are hard-wired for connection. We all have an inherent need to be seen and accepted in our most vulnerable and authentic selves. Because of this, she believes that the therapeutic relationship is one of the most healing aspects of therapy and aims to cultivate a place of safety and compassion. Healing from trauma and emotional wounds is painful and it is possible. You deserve to be seen. You deserve to heal.