885 Regent St 3-7A
Emilie Hirschfeld, SSW Psychotherapist
Emilie Hirschfeld is a certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT). She has an honours B.A in Psychology and is a Registered Social Service Worker. Emilie has experience providing mental health counseling, therapy and case management to at risk youth and adults in the Greater City of Sudbury. She has also put these skills towards volunteering with SAVS, Sudbury and Area Victim Services, as an on-call crisis worker, for the past two years. Emilie is available to see private clients of any age for individual therapy. Emilie is skilled in CBT, CFT, DBT and trauma therapy including PTSD. Emilie, alongside Stacey, provides supervision for therapists undergoing training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Jennifer Russell BSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Jen is a registered Social Worker is certified with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. With over 7 years of experience in her profession Jen has worked in a variety of settings with diverse populations. She is experienced in trauma counseling and prolonged exposure therapy, child welfare as well as mental health and addictions. Jen has specialized training with trauma survivors and victims of sexual assault. She is trained in Compassion-Focused Therapy as well as Clinical Traumatology. Jen has also studied at the Centre for CBT in Sudbury (now the CBT Training Centre of the North).
Angie Hunda, BA Honours (Psychology), BEd, MA, Masters in Counselling Psychology Student
Angie is working toward becoming a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. She has experience providing mental health counselling to at-risk youth and adults in the Greater City of Sudbury, and also volunteers her time with Kids Help Phone. Angie has completed intensive training and supervision in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy and Compassion-Focused Therapy. Angie is available to see youth and adults for individual therapy.
Vivian Oystrick MSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Vivian is a Registered Social Worker and a PhD student in the Human Studies Program at Laurentian University. Vivian has many years of experiencing working with children and youth who have experienced adversity, both in child welfare, and as a member of Dr. Coholic’s research team. For the past five years, Vivian has also worked as the Research and Evaluation Manager for the YouthREX Northern Hub with Laurentian University’s School of Social Work. Vivian has always been passionate about enhancing resilience and supporting positive outcomes for the people she works with. Vivian is skilled in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy as well as psychotherapy specifically utilized in treating eating disorders.
Vincent Bolt MSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Vincent Bolt uses he/him pronouns. He is a registered social worker and he is completing his MSW. He has a Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work from Laurentian University and has experience working with Indigenous populations. He has years of experience working with transgender and non-binary people, as well as their families and loved ones. Vincent is experienced working in areas including gender identity and sexual orientation. He has training in CBT and Compassion Focused Therapy. He is available for morning, evening and weekend appointments. Vincent works with teens and youth, as well as adults. He can provide services in both English and French.
Manitoulin Island Site
15 Water st, Unit 4, Little Current, ON
Delaney Campbell MSW RSW Psychotherapist
Delaney Campbell is a Registered Social Worker and is certified with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She completed her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Toronto in 2018, specializing in Social Justice and Diversity and Ethnic and Pluralism studies in collaboration with the Munk School of Global Affairs. She has experience working cross-culturally in both community-based health centres and out-patient hospital settings. Delaney works with individuals who have experienced trauma in a collaborative, client-centred fashion, utilizing an anti-oppressive, trauma-informed approach. She has completed intensive training and supervision in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, and Prolonged Exposure.
Carly Valiente B.A.
Carly Valiente is in the application process of certification with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and the college of Social Workers. She has an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Criminology from Western University. Originally from Toronto, Carly has been living on Manitoulin Island since May 2017. Carly has experience in child welfare and family services, group counselling for domestic violence, and individual therapy for all age groups. She has completed training and supervision in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and Trauma Therapy. Carly also has significant experience working with First Nations populations. Through working in this field, Carly has found her passion for evidence-based treatment, particularly in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and treating those with PTSD.
Kelsey Weisner MSW RSW Psychotherapist
Kelsey is a registered Social Worker with approximately 10 years of experience providing treatment in mental health. She developed a passion for trauma informed practice and children's mental health early in her career and this passion has grown to working with families as a whole, and individuals of all ages. Kelsey has extensive training and supervision in Compassion Focused Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She is in the process of becoming a certified Cognitive Bevavioural Therapist and a mindfulness and meditation teacher. Kelsey is sensitive to cultural diversity, and has experience working cross-culturally around the District of Sudbury and Manitoulin Island. She supports and guides individuals in achieving their goals by utilizing a holistic approach and evidence-based strategies. She aspires to create a safe and comfortable environment that builds hope and new ways of relating and responding to distressful feelings and experiences.
Beth Robbins-Goulding MSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Beth is a registered Social Worker with over 16 years of practice in both acute and community settings. She has a Masters of Social Work specializing in leadership and post graduate studies in clinical social work. Beth has taken Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy training at the Center for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto and has co-facilitated groups in the Barrie area with Mindfulness Based Interventions-Barrie. She has studied at the CBT Training Centre of the North (formally the Center for CBT Sudbury) and is in the application process of certification with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.
Alan Largo RN, MScN, CPMHN(c) Psychotherapist
Alan Largo is a Registered Mental Health Nurse Specialist and a certified Cognitive Therapist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Alan has expertise in CBT and advanced training in CFT, DBT, Trauma and Solution Focused Therapy. He has over 10 years of experience treating youths and adults in community and acute hospital settings experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. Alan is currently the lead consultant at Toronto's Holland Centre integrating CBT into treatment programs for clients with chronic pain and disability and co-developing Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital's psychiatric urgent care clinic for individuals in mental health crisis. Alan, alongside Stacey, provides supervision for therapists undergoing training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Kamini ("Kama") Kalia RN MScN Psychotherapist
Kamini ("Kama") RN MScN is a psychiatric/mental health registered nurse who studied psychotherapy with the CBT Training Centre of the North (formerly known as the Center for CBT Sudbury) and has successfully obtained CBT certification with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy in 2017. Kama has also studied compassion focused therapy, and is a certified Modo Yoga teacher with over 800 hours of training.