Tammy Dunn

In her practice, Tammy strives to create a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to explore their emotions and experiences openly. The foundation of her practice is deeply informed by Internal Family Systems as well as mind, body, and spirit-based approaches. As a psychedelic assisted therapist, she finds these approaches to be very supportive. Tammy is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Flash Technique, and ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy). She also utilizes Polyvagal Theory to help clients befriend their nervous system.
Tammy specializes in treating PTSD and CPTSD. She works with survivors of sexual abuse, NPD (narcissistic personality disorder) or BPD (borderline personality disorder) abuse, as well as individuals navigating religious/spiritual conflict and discovery.
She also has specialized training in working with first responders, law enforcement, firefighters, and military.

Shelagh Robinson

Dr. Shelagh Robinson is a Senior Psychologist at Numinus Montreal, and licensed by the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. She graduated from McGill University in 2001, and joined Mindspace in 2022.

Across her educational and professional training in Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, Shelagh has developed an approach that makes use of an array of therapeutic tools.

Her practice may be described as Integrative – a custom frame structured by the specific needs of the client, melding concepts and techniques to promote positive change. In particular, Shelagh incorporates Mindfulness and Process-centered attention in her sessions, focusing on breath, language and eyes. She emphasizes building on existing strengths and aptitudes, and scaffolding the inner healer.

Shelagh has long been drawn to entheogenic studies to promote healing, and in the recent years has pursued training in psychedelic-assisted therapy. Her education focuses on molecular foundations, harm reduction, trauma-informed care, and the clinical use of these therapies to enhance client well-being. Shelagh offers specialized appointments to individuals choosing these methods, including Education, Preparation and Integration sessions.

Carlos Palomo

Carlos has been working as a Clinician since 2016. He spent 7 years working in suicidality, psychosis, and Crisis Intervention. Carlos experience in working with clients in acute distress has given him the opportunity to understand how to best collaborate with clients in creating spaces externally and internally that invoke a sense of safety. This process creates room for vulnerability, awareness and courage to engage with difficult emotions and experiences. His approach is eclectic and curated to optimize facilitation for the client to experience growth and healing. His clinical style is conversational and egalitarian to ensure an open, warm and genuine therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client.

Andrea Olsen

I am a therapist who empowers you through meaningful care. I have been there - the struggle, the trauma, the trouble navigating difficult and overwhelming feelings, and the pain of not feeling like yourself or having much hope. I know that seeking therapy isn’t an easy step and I commend you for starting your journey by looking to therapy. I am here to support you in finding what is best for you to reach your goals. If you work with me I promise you a safe space where you can process difficult feelings, and work through triggers that are no longer serving you. I help you re-establish your connection to self and gain an intimate understanding of all that is going on physically, spiritually and emotionally. I am here to journey with you into the depths of you true being. You are worthy of care.

Most of my clients are surprised by the humour and play I bring into our sessions together. Therapy with me is about experiencing all emotions- the fun, the free, the hopeful, as well as processing and giving space for the difficult emotions; the fears, the hurt, the grief, the anger and the sadness.

I use a gentle multi-modal approach rooted in the principles of neuroscience, pulling from therapeutic models such as gestalt therapy, somatic therapy, EMDR, person-centred therapy, existential therapy, feminist therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness and emotionally focused therapy.

What does all of that really mean?

It means that you are unique and I will use different modalities to curate the best approach for you and help you meet your therapeutic goals.

I hold a Masters degree in Counselling. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with BCACC, a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) and psychotherapist with the CCPA. I am a white, cisgender female. I deeply value allyship with BIPOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and understand privilege and oppression and the roles these play in mental health. I work and live on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

With curiosity, compassion, kindness and some humour, I would be honoured to support you as your therapist.

Guillaume Rajotte

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.

Derick Moody

Derick has been working with psychiatric medications for eight years. Over the course of his career, he has gained experience in dealing with various mental illnesses, including PTSD, OCD, MDD, GAD, psychotic disorders, bipolar disorder, and substance use disorders. Derick's consistent involvement in psychedelic-based treatments during this time has made him one of the most experienced psychedelic providers in the state.

Derick is dedicated to offering individualized, evidence-based, and compassionate care to all his patients. He believes in a holistic approach to mental health, which includes focuses on exercise, nutrition, diet, meditation, psychology, and social relationships, alongside medication management. Derick is also a strong advocate for patient education. He values patients being well-informed about their treatments and conditions and is always available to answer questions and provide the time needed for patients to express their concerns and receive answers.

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.

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.