Samara Morton

Samara has a strong interest in rehabilitation for clients with brain injuries, concussion, post-concussion syndrome and headaches, as well as treatment for mental health. She has experience working with individuals across the lifespan in a variety of settings (community, clinic, hospital, virtual), completing assessment, consultation, and treatment.

Samara develops a therapeutic rapport to create a safe space for clients to share their experiences and work towards achieving their personal and rehabilitation goals. She enjoys collaborating with her clients through a multitude of approaches and treatment modalities to increase their independence, safety, quality of life and functionality. Samara is skilled in practicing in a client-centred, holistic, and non-judgemental manner.

Samara completed her Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy, as well as an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Queen’s University. She is registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and is a current member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists.

She looks forward to working with you and supporting you in returning to meaningful engagement in your life!

Rebecca Ziemann

Rebecca is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario (CRPO) and the Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT). She supports her client’s goals to achieve a new balance in their day-to-day life and rediscovering purpose and meaning.

Rebecca’s competencies range from your everyday improvements and insights to severe complex mental health challenges. She has extensive knowledge with Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA), Worker Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) and clients dealing with personality or mood disorders.

Approaches provided: Psychedelic-Assisted-Psychotherapy (PAT), treatment for Nonepileptic seizures (NES), short-term/brief therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis (CBTp), dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), Transactional Analysis (TA), Jungian dream analysis, dream revision, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), meditation and mindfulness for those suffering Functional Neurological Disorders (FND), Trauma, Chronic pain, PTSD (Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder), Complex PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Adjustment challenges, Attachment, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Boundaries, Emotion Regulation and/or Relationship problems.
She has training conducting self-reporting assessments.

Emily Wilk

Emily is an Occupational therapist who completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo, and Masters of Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto. After spending many years on the basketball court, and enjoying being active outdoors, her interest in human movement, neurology and concussions flourished. She is very passionate about helping her clients achieve their goals in daily life, sport, work etc. by empowering them with life style strategies and education to improve their functioning. She uses a holistic approach when working with others to help them understand and overcome their challenges, with the ultimate goal of fostering self management within her clients.

Danielle Hildebrand

Danielle completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy and Master of Professional Kinesiology at the University of Toronto, as well as an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from Western University. She is licensed by the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.

Danielle is experienced in the assessment and management of concussion/persistent concussion symptoms and chronic headache with both children and adults. Danielle is passionate about helping her clients return to school, work, sports, and everyday life. She uses a client-centred approach to create individualized treatment and active rehabilitation plans, to help her clients achieve their goals.

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.

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.

Karine St-Jean

Karine is a psychologist since 2004. She deeply believe that the human being and the therapeutic relationship are the heart of every transformative journey. She offers a space where each person can connect with themselves, explore their challenges and strengths. Her curious and kind presence allows people to tap into their resources to navigate with more ease the issues they encounter in life and find well-being. Her proactive and pragmatic stance is supportive of this process. Karine is deeply interested in the healing potential of psychedelic-assisted journey and offers support to people exploring this realm. She offers harm-reduction and preparation and integration support. She has experience accompanying individual adults coping with anxiety, depression, developmental trauma, life transitions and eco-grief/anxiety. Benefiting from her background as an entrepreneur, she also offer a space for individuals to explore their relationship with their career and work-life balance. Her interest lies in holding a space where everyone can be fully seen and understood, as well as connect with their innate capacity to heal, find meaning and engage fully in life.

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.