My clinical practice has expanded, and I am pleased to offer you the opportunity to work with some amazing clinicians. Our personal approach in psychotherapy is based on your needs, struggles and stressors. We do not believe in simply offering one method of treatment for all problems. The clinicians that are now part of Advocating Hope will reflect the same approach and treatment.
The clinicians have completed training for a variety of styles of treatment, including Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Narrative and Interpersonal Therapy. I am a resource to these clinicians and together we will explore your needs to embark on a healing journey of personal growth and improved mental-wellness. I will personally continue to support clients who access services through NIHB.
We are excited to welcome Ashlynn as our counselling intern for September 2022. Ashlynn will be seeing clients virtually and comes to the practice with a commitment to supporting others through a vast array of settings.
Ashlynn will be working primarily with adults. Ashlynn is offering affordable therapy and her practice is supervised by
Mary Earls, MA (psych), RSW, RP.
Megan is dedicated to providing a safe, non-judgemental space for individuals from all walks of life to find support in overcoming life’s challenges. Megan comes to the practice with experience in crisis counselling and as a military spouse, she also has lived experience with the challenges that may come along with this unique lifestyle.
Megan Slatnik will be joining the Advocating Hope Team in January 2023. For more information about this amazing clinician please feel free to return to our website.
Languages: English, Tamil and Malayalam
Priya is authentic and has a multicultural lens to counselling. She has experience working with clients struggling with substance use and mental health conditions, survivors of sexual abuse and history of trauma. Having lived and worked across the globe has given her a unique perspective and appreciation of the diversity of human nature and culture. She is enthusiastic and committed to exemplary client care.
Priya Prince will be joining the Advocating Hope Team in January 2023. For more information about this amazing clinician please feel free to return to our website.
One of my passions in my practice is offering support and guidance to others who are carrying out the profession of psychotherapy.
My 20 plus years of experience in providing psychotherapy to adults, adolescents and children with a wide range of mental health and situational duress has been valued by the MSW and psychotherapy candidates who have had their placements with me.
I enjoy sharing my skills, knowledge and experiences with new practitioners. clinical supervision goes well beyond the academic expectation of the profession of psychotherapy. It is simply a good clinical practice to have a supervision component in your clinical practice. It affords you a safe, confidential and non-judgmental venue to reflect and learn.