Kate McLeod


Clinical Director, Individual and Child Counsellor

Kate has a decade of experience working with children and adolescents who struggle with mental health concerns.

She received her undergraduate degree in psychology and her graduate degree in counselling psychology. As a registered social worker she has spent the last 4 years delivering psychotherapy services to children, teens, adults, and families.

Kate practices from an attachment-informed perspective and applies a combination of evidence-based therapies. She has received specialized training in cognitive behaviour therapy, and continues to incorporate current research into her work.

Brooke Milligan


Individual and Child Counsellor

Brooke has over 8 years of experience working with children, youth and adults dealing with mental health struggles and the challenges of everyday life.

Brooke completed her undergraduate degree in sociology at the University of Waterloo before going on to complete her Master of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University. Brooke is a Registered Social Worker and has worked in a variety of different settings throughout her career including in youth custody, residential treatment, community mental health and in one-on-one counselling settings.

Brooke uses techniques from a variety of evidence based therapeutic modalities to meet the unique needs of every individual. Brooke always supports individuals through a compassionate, non-judgmental lens, where they are provided with supportive listening, validation, and somebody to bear witness for them in their experiences. In your work with Brooke, you will work together as a team to identify barriers, build on strengths, and gain insight and attunement for a holistic approach.



Certified Health and Life Coach

Business Operations, Coach

Ashleigh has 15 years of experience in team development. She has worked in management at a retail company where she was responsible for the hiring, training, developing and coaching of all staff members. Ashleigh worked side by side with her team of managers, and staff, ensuring their individual and team goals were achieved. Ashleigh worked personally with individuals on her team to uncover their strengths and support them in seeking areas of growth and development. Additionally, she utilized her skill set to develop a plan for each individual in order to expand their own unique skills, and enhance their strengths.

Beverly-Ann Hoy

Office Administrator

Beverly-Ann is an undergraduate student at the University of Guelph, majoring in psychology. Beverly-Ann has six years of experience working with children and adolescents in a variety of different settings. She also has had the opportunity to support individuals with mental health problems, while working for crisis lines, residential treatment centres, and peer support organizations at the university. Beverly-Ann is very passionate about healthy development in children and adolescents, as well as the treatment for specific mental health disorders.

Common research areas that Beverly-Ann focuses on include, mindfulness, emotions, learning, memory, positive psychology, the development of mental health disorders and behavioural neuroscience. She has participated in a handful of laboratories and aims to carry her knowledge of research into the practice of C.A.R.E. Counselling and Coaching. Beverly-Ann aspires to complete further education to become a clinical psychologist for children and adolescents.