Meet our therapists

Tracey Hand-Breckenridge  MDiv., RP

Tracey works with people of all ages who are living with the effects of trauma, depression and anxiety, ADHD, spiritual/religious concerns and with couples and families.  She has special interest in working with first responders and medical practitioners.  Tracey has a gentle approach and uses a variety of modalities with her patients, depending on each person’s specific needs.  Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and neurofeedback are two of her most effective tools, and she also utilises somatic, narrative and brief therapies, as well as Polyvagal Theory and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).  Tracey is a Registered Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, a Certified Psycho-Spiritual Therapist and Provisional Supervisor-Educator with the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care, earned a Master of Divinity from the University of Trinity College at the University of Toronto with a concentration in psychotherapy, and completed a rigorous psycho-spiritual care residency at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.

Valerie Campbell  MACP, RP

Valerie works with people and couples of all ages who are ready to live their best lives.  She helps you explore self-esteem, anxiety, phobias and OCD, depression, addiction, stress and trauma, as well as career issues.  She has experience counselling people about relationship building, conflict resolution, mindfulness and self-actualization.  A very empathetic, intuitive and supportive therapist, Val is trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and has considerable knowledge and experience working with  spirituality and spiritual exploration, particularly from an Indigenous perspective.  Val completed her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, and is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

Yvonne McEachern  MACP, RP (Qualifying)

Working through crises in people’s lives is an area in which Yvonne has lots of experience, providing a strong foundation from which to help you, or a young person whom you love.  She also works with people of all age ranges.  Yvonne completed her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University,  and also has a BA in Psychology, and a Certificate in Children’s Mental Health.  Yvonne is skilled at listening with compassion and without judgement, supporting you as you work towards your goals of wellness and self-discovery.  Like the rest of our staff, Yvonne is trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EDMR)  (her superpower for working with trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety and other concerns), polyvagal work, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and narrative therapy.   In addition to regular sessions, Yvonne is available for emergency and last minute appointments through our virtual walk-in clinic.  She is a qualifying member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

Megan Mootoo  MA, MPS (Candidate)

Megan works with people of all ages, and her years of teaching have given her wonderful skills and insight into working with young people.  She can offer support through the struggles accompanying stress, depression, anxiety, loneliness, bullying, and adjustments to life transitions such as moving to new schools, (college, university), or new families due to  separation, divorce, remarriage or death.  Megan will journey with you with passion and empathy; she cares deeply about helping you move through trauma, anxiety and self-esteem so that you can more fully engage in life and relationships with improved contact and connection.  She can help facilitate healing as you find or rediscover meaning in your life. If you are a person of faith or spirituality, Megan’s psycho-spiritual therapy training allows her to assist you in exploring your faith’s influence on your wellbeing.  Megan is completing her final year of the Master of Pastoral Studies in Psychotherapy and Spiritual Care program at Knox College in the University of Toronto.

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