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Children & Teens, ADHD, Parenting, Stress & Workplace Stress, Anxiety, Depression & Mood Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Divorce and Co-parenting, Single Moms.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) & Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)


Toddlers, Adolescents and Adults

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50-Minutes: $150 

Kate Reid, Registered Social Worker, graduated from King's University College in London Ontario with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work in 2009, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2013. She began her post-secondary education at Fanshawe College earning a diploma in Child & Youth Counselling in 2006.

Kate has training in Cognitive Processing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, in addition to a number of other approaches she draws on to tailor her approach to your needs. 

Throughout her career, Kate has worked with adults, children, and youth from a variety of backgrounds, recovering from trauma, having a hard time with managing stress and emotions or who want to improve their relationships. She is knowledgeable about child development and parenting challenges, particularly where children have chronic illness or mental health needs. She also specializes in supporting those who have experienced workplace stress, moral injuries or trauma encountered on the job, such as often happens to First Responders, Health Care Workers or other Essential Workers.

Kate’s strengths-based, authentic and judgement-free approach to therapy creates a sense of safety and acceptance. She encourages looking more deeply into whatever is bringing you to therapy so you can make more sense of your situation and get “un-stuck”. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, low mood, are unable to relax or just don’t feel like yourself, Kate will help you find your way back to the life you want to live.

Life can be overwhelming and the pressures we feel can keep us trapped in a holding pattern of dissatisfaction. Challenges build up over time and compound our stress. These kinds of tough situations happen to us all at one time or another, effecting our important relationships and responsibilities in ways that make us even more stressed out and unhappy. Coming to therapy to stop the cycle is a wise next step in taking your control back and re-establishing balance in your life. 


When I was small I had an imaginary friend called Prince Jamie Michaelson; I still have a big imagination but now I'm not the only one who can see my friends.

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