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IN CLINIC - 75 Min Counselling Session
Jaime Robson MSW, RSW, Social Worker, Registered Psychotherapist
Accepting New Patients
With a deep curiosity for the human condition, Jaime practices Integrative Therapy combining elements drawn from various methods (including EMDR, CBT, Mindfulness, and the Tri-Phasic Trauma Practice Model) to create a tailored approach for each individual and situation.
Jaime's own fertility journey inspired her passion for working with women and families. She brings a strengths-based, solution-focused approach to care, an awareness that healing is a collaborative endeavour, and an understanding that the therapeutic relationship is as meaningful as the therapy itself.
Modalities: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, the Tri-Phasic Trauma Practice Model, and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga.
Areas of care: Trauma (PTSD); Reproductive Health and Fertility; Maternal Wellness (Prenatal, Postpartum); Grief; Anxiety and Depression; Gender-Based Violence; Religious Oppression; Communication and Voice; Personal Growth.
Jaime is a PhD candidate and a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. She is also a member of EMDR Canada, and the Ontario Association of Social Workers.
Susan Haller MSW RSW, Psychotherapist
Accepting New Patients
Susan is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Applied Health Sciences, and Wilfrid Laurier University with a Master of Social Work. She has over twenty years of experience in the counselling field. She has developed a passion for women’s health in a variety of settings including the community, hospitals, and a Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic. She is passionate about supporting women in whatever stage of life they may find themselves in. She has expertise in the areas of anxiety, depression, mood disorders, stress management, maternal health, postpartum issues, medically fragile children, parenting, relationship issues, couples counselling, trauma, abuse, grief, intimate partner violence, and addictions.
Susan’s first priority is making sure the client feels at ease and allows the counselling sessions to unfold organically. The client is free to set goals for therapy, but is not obliged to do so. Susan utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches depending on the needs of the client including, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Self Compassion Therapy. Susan is passionate about the neuroscience of emotion/ stress and bases her practice on leading edge research. She often refers clients to websites, videos, and practical tools for managing the presenting issue.
In addition, Susan practices yoga daily in order to stay flexible, grounded and well. She is the mother of five adult children; four daughters and one son. She is also the grandmother of six, which keeps her in tune with the needs of parents and current with baby and toddlerhood issues.
She invites you to join her on a journey of self discovery and wellness.
Lisha Cash, MSW, RSW:
Social Worker, Psychotherapist
Currently on leave
Lisha is a counsellor and psychotherapist in Toronto. She completed her Master of Social Work at the University of Toronto, with a specialization in children and families. Lisha has a special interest in working with women as they navigate life and role transitions, specifically in the areas of pregnancy, motherhood, co-parenting, fertility, and loss.
Lisha’s approach focuses on building a therapeutic relationship that encompasses trust and respect, while creating an environment that is safe for clients to explore the most sensitive areas of their lives. Working together with her clients, Lisha helps to identify their strengths and abilities, while helping empower clients to harness these in order to overcome obstacles in their lives.
Each person is unique, therefore, Lisha utilizes a trauma-informed, eclectic approach to counselling, drawing from various theoretical orientations based on the client’s needs and presenting issues. These may include, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness-based practice, and Solution-Focused frameworks. Lisha has received perinatal mood and anxiety disorders training by Postpartum Support International, which focused on the components of care surrounding prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety, with advanced training in psychotherapy.
Lisha’s passion for this work was further ignited when she became a mom herself in 2018.