How to Chill Out… Literally!

Brittney GiacchettaPsychotherapyLeave a Comment

When we are feeling stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed, it can be hard to pull ourselves out of the rut we are in. It can make it even more difficult when our loved ones say cliche sayings such as “chill out.” Despite this common phrase being thrown around loosely, there might actually be some truth to it!   Did you know … Read More

Jan Henry, MSW

  Registered Social Worker About Jan Jan has been in Private Practice for over 30 years.  She holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and both a Bachelor of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University.  Jan draws from her years of experience using a number of the following:  Brief Solution Focused Therapy, … Read More

Andrea Rodgers, MSc

  Registered Provisional Psychologist **Andrea is currently full, however, she is taking clients on a case by case basis. She is happy to connect with you to explore your needs** About Andrea Andrea holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Educational Psychology with a specialization in School and Applied Child psychology from the University … Read More

Megan Campbell, MC

Registered Psychologist About Megan Megan holds an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. Megan has worked in the human services field since 2005 and has worked with children and families throughout her life in a variety of different roles. Megan currently works part-time doing … Read More

SAD and self-care

Amanda ProkopBody work and Yoga, Massage TherapyLeave a Comment

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), is a mood disorder that affects many people in Northern countries. Sometimes termed the “winter blues”, it can be influenced by low Vitamin D levels in the body from a lack of sunlight. Our circadian rhythm (sleep/wake cycle) also plays a part in this mood disorder: during the fall and winter months, the shorter days and … Read More

Jennifer Mitchell, PhD (Community Health Sciences)

Registered Psychologist About Jennifer Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology and a PhD in Community Health Sciences. She is a Registered Psychologist and has training in Hakomi, a mindfulness – centered somatic psychotherapy , Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Treatment for Trauma, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing ( EMDR) and is working on a Sexual … Read More

Tessa Burns Martin, MC

Owner, Registered Psychologist “Getting to know my clients better so we can work as a team to reach their goals will always be the basis for starting a life of wellness. Serenity Now rooted from the desire to not only be my own boss, but to be a witness to the remarkable successes of my clients.” About Tessa Tessa began … Read More