Robin has earned an honours Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, as well as a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology with Yorkville University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has also completed a number of counselling skills workshops.
Robin’s approach to psychotherapy is tailored to the needs of the client. However, she supports the theory of solution-focused interventions, mindfulness-based strategies, relational theories, Jungian psychology, logotherapy techniques, and more.
When Robin is not working she finds balance and satisfaction in her life through close relationships, riding her horse, walking her dog, gardening, cooking, reading good books, and her love for travel and experiencing new cultures.
Registered Social Worker
After completing her degree in Psychology: Brain and Cognition at the University of Guelph, Elizabeth completed her Master of Social Work degree at the University of Toronto. She has had the pleasure of working in different capacities with a wide array of clients since 2012. Having worked with children, high-risk youth, and adults across a variety of settings has provided Elizabeth with the understanding of the importance of client centered care.
Elizabeth uses evidence based techniques such as mindfulness, DBT, SFBT, attachment, and relational based therapies with a flexible approach that meets the needs of each client as an individual. She is honoured to collaborate with her clients in their personal journeys of growth and healing, and believes that they have the tools within them.
Elizabeth is passionate about nature and the outdoors. She loves to balance her time by walking her dog, connecting with nature and her spirituality, and spending time with loved ones.