Registered Psychotherapy and Counselling
We are here to support your physical health and your mental health.
Yoga Mamas offer counselling in-person in our clinic, and online from the comfort of your home.
We are leaders in maternal health and have an experienced team of Registered Psychotherapists to care for you and empower you wherever you are on your journey.
OUR AREAS OF SPECIALTY
OUR PSYCHOTHERAPY TEAM
Kate Love, MA, MACP:
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Accepting new patients
Engaging in therapy is a courageous journey that requires vulnerability, trust, and a commitment to self-discovery. Kate understands that as a parent, prioritizing personal time may feel selfish, but she sees therapy as a brave act—a commitment to showing up for oneself amid life's inevitable challenges.
Specializing in perinatal mental health, birth trauma, and grief, Kate holds a Canadian Certificate in Perinatal Mental Health (CC-PMH) and Perinatal Grief (CC-PG). Her extensive experience includes supporting clients through parenting issues, perinatal loss, anxiety, and grief symptoms, as well as guiding those navigating fertility challenges. With a background in youth violence prevention and mindfulness programs in jails, Kate embraces the belief that everyone is doing their best with the resources available.
In her therapeutic approach, Kate integrates various modalities—person-centered, existential, relational/cultural, mindfulness, and parts work—to address the unique needs of her clients. Her ultimate goal is to bear witness and create supportive spaces for clients to process, heal, and thrive.
Susan Haller MSW RSW, Psychotherapist
Accepting new patients
Susan is a trained clinician with over 23 years of experience providing exceptional care to the perinatal community. She has a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and advanced, ongoing training and supervision in Perinatal Mental Health.
Susan developed a passion for women’s health and wellness across the lifespan through work in hospitals, community, primary care and private practice.
Susan is a proud mother of 5 adult children which provided her with a rich lived experience. She is also a grandmother of 6, keeping her up to date on the joys and challenges of present
Perhaps you are struggling with infertility, or questioning whether or not you would like to become a parent. Maybe you have suffered losses in the process of trying to start a family. You might be be a new parent struggling with hormonal shifts, lack of sleep, challenges with feeding and wondering how to divide household labour between you and your partner. It’s possible your partner relationship is strained with the welcome of your new baby, or one of your children is having difficulty adjusting to a new sibling. Are you experiencing difficulties setting boundaries with extended family members or dealing with role transition and loss of identity? Perhaps you are returning to work and finding it difficult and overwhelming.
Have you have been managing mood challenges successfully but the birth of your child has impacted your ability to do so because of the intense demands of parenting? Maybe you are
simply exhausted and need to chat with someone who gets it.
Perhaps you are moving into perimenopause when hormonal challenges can impact a person both physically and emotionally. Susan is here to help you navigate the complexity of this stage.
Susan understands that taking the first step to begin therapy can be difficult. She invites you to make a virtual appointment for a free 20 minute consultation and you can decide from there if we would be a good fit. Looking forward to meeting you!
Jaime Robson, MSW, RSW:
Social Worker, Registered Psychotherapist
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.
Lisha Cash, MSW, RSW:
Social Worker, Psychotherapist
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 pre and postnatal 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.