— We are Equinox Therapeutic

Meet The Team

AllTrauma and PTSDDissociative DisordersAnxietyArt TherapyDepressionLife TransitionEating DisordersLoss and GriefImpulse Control DisordersADHDBipolar DisorderSelf EsteemBrain InjuryMVCAnger ManagementChronic PainSleep IssuesMarriage CounsellingFamily TherapyRelationshipsYoung Children 4-6Children 6-12 yrsAdolescents 13-16 yrsLGBTQ2S+Equine Assisted PsychotherapyEMDR
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Amanda Slugoski | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues that I most enjoy working with are cumulative trauma and complex PTSD, chronic or long-term illnesses (e.g. cancer, Lyme Disease), eating disorders (including the impact on the family), and feeling like your life and relationships keep repeating the same pattern over and over.

Naomi Paton | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues I most enjoy working with are complex trauma and PTSD (including the impact on family and relationships); learning strategies for managing emotions and emotional dysregulation; grief and loss; and developing and maintaining healthy relationships.

Shazin Mohamed-Standing | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues I most enjoy working with are complex trauma including interpersonal violence, and working with couples and families.

Marcy Dormer | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the people I most enjoy working with are individuals, couples and families who have layers of complexity (ie. trauma, grief and loss, mood disorders etc.) and need a safe non-judgmental place to create space for exploring and, in time, experiencing healing and freedom.

Sean Burr | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: he/him

Some of the people I most enjoy working with are those experiencing disconnection from themselves and others for an array of reasons (mental health, trauma, existential questions, life transitions), and are wanting to reconnect and create meaning and purpose in their lives.

Cozy Kumaria | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues that I most enjoy working with are substance abuse, anxiety and depression, self-esteem, and family/couples work.

Justin Long | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: he/him

Some of the issues that I most enjoy working with are complex trauma and PTSD, dissociation issues including like feeling numb or unable to engage in things you really care about, anxiety issues, feeling stuck, and sleep and relaxation issues.

Katelyn Fleming | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues that I most enjoy working with are trauma and PTSD, depression and anxiety, and helping people move towards their full potential to live a happy and healthy life!

Brittany Thaxter, M.Sc.

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the areas that I most enjoy working with are trauma, unhelpful coping strategies, eating disorders, LGBTQIA2S+ specific concerns, struggles with interpersonal relationships, and with individuals who feel stuck and/or lacking a purpose.

Breigha Gillespie | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues I most enjoy working with are issues around emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, struggles with self-esteem, big life changes, LGBTQ specific concerns, and family violence.

Carlisle Lane | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the areas that I am most interested working with are complex trauma and PTSD, grief and loss, childhood and developmental disorders/behavioural concerns and navigating life’s stressors including relationship difficulties and struggles with self-esteem/body image.

Talia Beltgens | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of areas I most enjoy working within are those that center around helping people create meaning from their experiences and supporting them to build connections in their lives.

Ria Vardeleon | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

Some of the issues that I most enjoy working with is complex trauma/PTSD (including intergenerational trauma), and grief and loss. I also enjoy working with people who want to find and embrace their most authentic self.

Mandy Wohlgemuth | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: she/her

The most satisfying part of my work is assisting people in finding the help they need and want. I am very proud to be a part of the Equinox team.

Billy Benjamin | Equinox Therapeutic

Pronouns: he/him

One of the things that I most enjoy is designing and developing new software systems.