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Meet Debbie

Clinical Supervisor

Debbie has over 16 years of experience in psychotherapy and mental health counselling.  As a RP and clinical supervisor, Debbie has a profound commitment to fostering the professional growth and development of emerging therapists.

Her extensive clinical background spans various settings, including community mental health centers, private practice, the public sector and academic environments. Debbie specializes in working with racialized populations, including children, adolescents, adults, and families.  She works from an attachment lens with Narrative Therapy, CBT, SFT and play therapy.

Debbie is also an educator and is an adjunct professor at Georgian College, where she teaches courses in counseling theory, ethics, and supervision. Her passion for teaching is matched by her dedication to ongoing professional development, as she regularly participates in workshops, conferences, and peer consultation groups to stay current with the latest advancements in the field.

In her role as a clinical supervisor, Debbie works from a collaborative and strengths-based approach. She emphasizes the importance of self-reflection, cultural humility, and ethical practice, encouraging her supervisees to develop their unique therapeutic styles while adhering to the highest professional standards.

“I take a collaborative approach to supervision and tailor it to my supervisee’s needs.  Supervision should be a time where you can speak openly and seek guidance to navigate the complexities of clinical practice and achieve your full potential.  I like to explore techniques and approaches that best work for my supervisees.”

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