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Sarah Long is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Sarah received her Bachelor’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from Ontario Tech University in 2019 and her Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University in 2022. 

Sarah has been a Behavioural Therapist for over 3 years and has experience working with individuals of all ages. Sarah has experience working within a Cognitive Behavioural framework with individuals suffering from symptoms of anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Sarah’s main area of expertise lies with children and families, assisting them with behavioural management, social skills and parent training. Sarah’s services include but are not limited to working with children who have: ADHD, Autism, behavioural challenges, social deficits, big feelings, and developmental delays. Her approach will create a fun, safe space for your child to shift from problematic patterns and increase feelings of understanding, confidence and acceptance. For parents, Sarah offers a warm, accepting space to discuss any issues pertaining to your child, family life and emotional functioning. With Sarah’s client-centred approach, she offers support in a positive and inclusive manner that will leave you feeling encouraged.


Shenika Bowen is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Shenika has a Sociology degree from York University and her Masters Degree in Clinical Counselling at Tyndale University/Seminary. Shenika Bowen is a highly skilled and a compassionate psychotherapist dedicated to helping individuals & Families improve their mental health and overall wellbeing. Shenika offers a warm and non-judgmental approach to therapy, creating a safe space for her clients to explore their thoughts and emotions. Shenika's therapeutic approach is tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, utilizing evidence-based techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Solution -Focused Therapy and Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) just to name of few. She believes that therapy is a collaborative process, and works closely with her clients to develop personalized treatment plans that promote growth, healing, and self-awareness. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, or relationship issues, Shenika can help you navigate life's challenges and achieve a greater sense of inner peace and fulfillment. She is committed to providing a supportive and empowering therapeutic experience that facilitates lasting change and positive transformation.

Shenika is welcoming a new family member into this world, and therefore will not be taking any new clients for the near future. Stay tuned for Shenika's return to Mindful Mental Health


Madison is a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). Madison graduated with her Bachelor's degree in sociology from Trent University, and her Master of Social Work from the University of Toronto with a specialization in social justice and diversity.
Madison has five years of experience working with individuals of all ages, and her expertise is engaging with youth, young adults and families who may be seeking support for anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues and other major life transitions. Madison also has experience working with dual diagnosis clients, including children and youth with autism, intellectual disabilities, and ADHD. 
Madison's therapeutic approach is collaborative and anti-oppressive, working alongside clients to support them in achieving their goals. Madison offers a genuine and non-judgmental approach to therapy while utilizing evidence-based practices including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), narrative therapy, and more. While in session with Madison, you can expect a warm, safe, and empowering space to explore and learn about yourself, as well as to reconnect with your strengths. 


Have you been considering attending counselling? Maybe you have been feeling stressed or overworked, experiencing relational problems, or just cannot seem to find the time or motivation to get what you need to get done in a day? This can be frustrating and tiresome for a person; however, these problems are not as uncommon as one might think. Many people will try different approaches to tackle these problems on their own and see very little to no progress. This can be disheartening and lead one to feeling stuck in their current situation.

I am a Master of Arts Counselling Psychology student with a CRPO-Qualifying status. I am interested in both individual and couple counselling. My approach is based in Humanistic theory but is personalized to you. My aim is to collaborate with you to work through the different challenges you might be facing. By working together, you will not have to face them alone and will have my support throughout the counselling process.


Nicole McCutcheon is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Nicole received her Honours Bachelor’s degree in Behavioural Psychology at St. Lawrence College in 2021 and her Masters of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology in 2023.
Nicole has four years of community mental health experience working in diverse sectors such as youth and adult mental health and addictions in an in-patient and out-patient capacity, crisis stabilization in schools and community contexts, as well as supporting first responders and their families. Furthermore, Nicole has a specialization in Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) and has a successful history of implementing programs for dual-diagnosis children and youth experiencing certain behavioural or social challenges. Nicole has experience supporting individuals with the following: anxiety, depression, personality disorders, trauma, relationship issues, school-related concerns and new life changes or transitions.
Nicole operates within both psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural frameworks while offering a collaborative and multifaceted approach to your counselling journey. Nicole’s approach to counselling is all about creating a safe and non-judgmental space where clients and families can work together. Nicole believes in personalizing each client’s counselling experience to meet their unique needs and currently utilizes evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), emotion focused therapy (EFT), solution focused therapy (SFT) and mindfulness based interventions.

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Our mission is to provide youth, families and individuals of all ages with effective, affordable and accessible mental health services that are tailored to each individual 

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Mindful Mental Health is committed to increasing awareness and understanding of mental health concerns, as well as accompanying children, youth and adults on their journey to improving wellbeing and mental health

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Here at Mindful Mental Health, we support children, youth and their families using creative, evidence-based interventions. We strive to provide good quality services that are accessible to children and their families.

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