About Us

Alysha Bernstein RP(qualifying) MA

Alysha is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying) and has a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology. Alysha has a passion for working with individuals, couples, and families who are currently or have previously experienced; interpersonal conflict, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and issues with coping in daily life. She has post-graduate certifications in; Addictions and Mental Health, Clinical Traumatology, Indigenous Studies, and various therapeutic modalities (including Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Practices, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Internal Family Systems).

Alysha has years of experience as a peer support worker with the Survivor Support Program at Distress Centres of Greater Toronto for four years. In that time, she has worked in-person with individuals, families, and groups who have experienced a death by suicide or homicide in their lives. She also helps with training new program facilitators and has given workshops for their annual conference on suicide loss. Previous work includes providing support for children and female-led families living in the shelter system and managing ground-breaking research in infant and mother emotional development and resiliency.

Alysha's ardent goal is to deepen your self-awareness and cultivate an acceptance of things as they are, not as we wish them to be, to bring light into the dark shadows of your life and restore your sense of who you are and who you want to be. This can be either as an individual, a couple, or a family.

Emily Miller BA(H)

Emily Miller has a Honour’s Bachelors degree in Psychology and a minor in Criminology. Emily has had experience working with children and their families in both school and camp settings. She has experience with mental illness in children and has worked alongside families learning to cope and work through various challenges. Emily’s goal is to help children find a sense of belonging, and to foster healthy family relationships.