Kamryn Dean

Kamryn is a board-certified and licensed physician assistant with experience in treating depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, OCD, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, and eating disorders. She considers it a privilege to act as a trusted confidant and medical advisor in a setting where patients are their most vulnerable. She embraces a holistic approach in her practice, emphasizing proper nutrition, regular physical exercise, counseling, and meaningful connections in conjunction with medication where appropriate/desired. She also supports the many options for treatment-resistant conditions offered at Numinus, including psychedelic-assisted therapies, TMS, and other treatments. Kamryn believes strongly in empowering her patients to be active participants in their treatment plans and makes it a point to provide comprehensive and understandable education during her visits.

Kamryn earned her Bachelor of Family Science degree from Utah Valley University with high honors. She later graduated from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions with her Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Outside of work, Kamryn enjoys camping, hiking, traveling, playing board games, watching movies, and trying new recipes (especially baked goods) with her husband and two children.

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.

Laura LaChance

Dr. Laura LaChance graduated from Queen's University School of Medicine in 2011 and completed her residency training in psychiatry at the University of Toronto in 2017. She has held clinical and academic positions at both the University of Toronto (CAMH) and McGill University (St. Mary's Hospital) where she has worked in various clinical settings prior to moving into private practice in 2023. Dr. LaChance has a special interest in the role of health behaviours (lifestyle) on mental health and incorporates nutrition, physical activity, and other mind body interventions into the psychiatric care she provides.

Dr. LaChance has completed additional training in understanding the social causes of mental illness (CIHR Research Fellowship 2012) and obtained a Master's in Psychiatry from McGill University in 2021. Her Master's degree was focused on understanding the impact of nutrition and physical activity interventions on mental health. She is also currently completing a fellowship in integrative psychiatry with Psychiatry Redefined.

Dr. LaChance has been engaged in research in the field of Nutritional Psychiatry since 2012 and has contributed to numerous peer-reviewed publications and presentations; educating her peers and the public on the mental health benefits of nutritional interventions. She is currently an Adjunct Research Scientist at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Psychedelic assisted therapy, a treatment intervention that embodies the synergy between biology, psychology and social factors is a natural fit for Dr. LaChance.

Carol S. Tanner

Carol Tanner has been a physician assistant for 21 years, specializing in pediatric, adolescent, and adult care. Her patients value the expert care she provides as well as the time she spends helping manage their health care needs. Carol holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Southern California, a Master’s in Exercise Physiology from Temple University, and a Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Utah, graduating at the top of her class. She has primarily specialized in adolescent and adult health care for the past 21 years, and enjoys helping individuals work through depression, anxiety, phobias, PTSD, post-partum depression, sleep disorders, eating disorders, trauma, and grief/loss, as well as learning and attention disorders. Carol has enjoyed providing comprehensive health care services, especially counseling with patients in various areas of mental and physical health and promoting healthier lifestyles. She is passionate about providing care to her patients and advocates improving mental health with medication combined with exercise, nutrition, meditation, and therapy. She has a passion for helping individuals and is devoted to showing them how to work through their emotions to find greater inner happiness and peace. Carol is not judgmental and focuses on creating a warm and empathetic environment where individuals feel comfortable voicing their struggles and working through these challenges and transitions together, along with finding avenues for support. Carol works in partnership with her patients, helping them understand their health, wellness, medication management and behavioral modification needs. She strives to stay current on her areas of expertise, as well as the latest treatments in mental health, to provide the best patient care. Carol enjoys spending time with her husband, five grown children and eight grandchildren. She loves traveling, working on family history, reading, and watching her children perform in the fine arts.

Chantel Iannone

Chantel (she/her) received her bachelor's degree in family studies with an emphasis in human development from Brigham Young University. She obtained her master's degree in social work from Boise State University. In her practice, Chantel takes a holistic approach, using therapeutic tools that help her clients live in a fulfilling and meaningful way. Chantel has experience working with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, domestic violence, sexual trauma, severe mental illness, and other issues. Chantel creates a safe place for clients to work through life's challenges by emphasizing the provider-client relationship and the growth it helps facilitate. Her practice also focuses on utilizing self-efficacy and empowerment to assist clients in making positive changes in their lives. Chantel uses a wide range of therapeutic modalities and skills to meet her clients where they are and help them make forward progress in their life.

Arlene Marie Samen

Arlene is a trained Family Nurse Practitioner with over 40 years experience in Maternal Child Health and Psychedelic Assisted Therapy. For over 24 years she was the CEO of One Heart World Wide, a US based non-profit working in developing countries to reduce maternal and newborn deaths. In 1998 she met His Holiness the Dalai Lama who asked her to go to Tibet and help save the lives of pregnant women and their newborn babies. TO date, One Heart World Wide's model "the Network of Safety" has reached over 1 million mothers and babies in Nepal. In 2016, she graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies in the first Psychedelic Assisted Therapy Certificate Program. She is trained by the Ketmaine Research Foundation as a KAP trainee and is a consultant for Journese to train new therapist in KAP. In 2021, she started working for Novamind as a dosing monitor and now works part time at Numinuss Wellness as a Clinical Research Dosing Monitor.

Maurice Fiedel

Maurice has worked in many practice areas throughout his nursing career, including psychiatry, oncology, palliative care, medical intensive care, hospice, and home health. Much of his psychiatry experience has been with adolescents; however, he also has many years of experience working with adults. He enjoys working with various age groups and has a natural ability to build rapport with his patients. He received his master's degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practioner at Maryville University and at that time, he also received a master’s degree in Business and Healthcare Administration. Outside of nursing, Maurice served in the United States Navy, where he has a passionate love for the veteran community. His main area of interest is how the mind-body connection plays a role in overall health and healing. Maurice’s approach to treatment is patient-centered and focused on the whole person. In his view, a mental condition may not always be a mental disorder but rather a natural manifestation of some underlying imbalance. With that, he believes a combination of traditional and holistic treatment offers the best outcome. Maurice has always enjoyed helping people and finds his work very rewarding.

Marina Fowler

Marina (she/her) received her Bachelor's and Master's degree in social work with an emphasis on trauma and substance use at The University of Utah. In her practice, Marina’s work is centered around guiding individuals to tap into their own intuitive wisdom and draw upon their own life experiences as sources of inspiration and knowledge. Marina has worked extensively with individuals struggling with trauma, grief, mental health, substance use and chronic pain issues. Marina seeks to create a safe and compassionate space for each client’s unique process to unfold as they learn how to heal and reconnect with themselves and the world around them. Her goal is to provide her clients with a variety of therapeutic tools that will help them to meet their own needs outside of therapy as well as to build resilience in the face of life’s challenges and transitions.

Anne-Marie Perreault

Pour accompagner l'être humain dans sa quête du bonheur, Anne-Marie exerce la psychothérapie depuis 15 ans. Elle fait partie d'une nouvelle génération de professionnels proposant une approche en santé intégrative et holistique où les différentes dimensions humaines sont considérées et, où la mixité des soins est honorée. Son désir profond est d’offrir un espace aimant, bienveillant et compatissant pour la guérison intérieure. Elle pratique auprès d’une clientèle adulte et son approche intégrative permet d’ajuster ses interventions aux besoins uniques de ses clients. Sa pratique est inspirée de plusieurs orientations théoriques telles l’approche humaniste, psychocorporel, psychospirituelle, cognitive-comportementale (TCC), psychodynamique, thérapie d'acceptation et d'engagement (ACT) et PGRO. L’hypnose clinique, l’imagerie mentale, la pleine conscience et l’auto-compassion en font parties. Étant aussi formée en yoga thérapie, elle partage l'art de la détente et du ressourcement. Anne-Marie accompagne chaleureusement chacun de ses clients à retrouver sa légèreté et à cheminer vers un mieux-être. Sa grande sensibilité, sa douceur, son ouverture et sa rigueur intellectuelle supportent la croissance de ceux qui la consultent. Elle témoigne au quotidien que le mouvement et les changements sont possibles. L’accompagnement se déroule dans un climat sécurisant et de non jugement. Pour plus de détails sur son approche, elle vous invite à vous référer à son site web: www.annemarieperreault.com