Megarrah is the Studio Coordinator for RE-create Outreach Art Studio. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art from York University, with a focus in photo-based art. Megarrah has spent the past 9 years working in the not-for-profit sector in both Toronto and Hamilton doing volunteer management, community engagement and supporting those living with mental health and addictions issues.
When she’s not working, Megarrah can be found cycling, swimming or hanging out in one of Hamilton’s many amazing parks with her husband and their two small children. She also loves to bake, sew and eat ice cream.
Ruth provides administrative support for the Congregational Assistance Plan Program (CAP) as well as intake services support for the Hamilton clinic. Ruth graduated from Queen’s University with a major in History and then obtained a Diploma in Office Administration. After working and travelling in Europe for a year, she returned to Toronto and began administrative work in the Human Resources Division at the TD Bank; then owned and operated a catering and retail shop; and latterly worked in the Insurance industry.
Outside of work, Ruth loves travelling and spending time with her family and friends.
As a counsellor, Amelia has worked with individuals, couples and families around a broad range of issues including trauma, grief, depression, anxiety and other challenges. Amelia is passionate about working with vulnerable children and their families. She is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention Practitioner and desires to support children from hard places on their journey toward restoration and hope. Working from an attachment framework, Amelia strives to support clients with her clinical skills and warm, empathetic approach.
Amelia earned her B.A. in Psychology at McGill University and her M.Div. in Clinical Counselling at Tyndale Seminary. She is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO).
Amelia enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading novels and traveling.
Natasha is passionate about seeing people flourish in their lives. She holds the belief that people are resilient and hardwired for connection in this world. As your therapist, Natasha’s goal is that you would feel safe and comfortable in her presence, and leave empowered with skills to thrive.
Natasha loves working with women in the perinatal period - from trying-to-conceive, to pregnancy and postpartum. She understands that motherhood is a unique, beautiful, and challenging time of transition for many individuals. Natasha has a particular interest in supporting mother’s who have experienced infertility and birth trauma, and helping them to heal from these experiences. She also enjoys supporting couple’s, and helping to foster deeper connection and intimacy at any point in their relationship.
Natasha uses a variety of models in her practice, including: Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, and Attachment-based therapy.
Beyond the office, Natasha enjoys time spent with her beautiful family, good coffee, small shops, and getting lost in greenhouses.
Kailin has a great mix of professional and personal experiences that inform the work that she does as a WrapAround Facilitator. Kailin received her Bachelor of Arts in Chid and Youth Care from Ryerson University, where she graduated with Honours. Kailin has worked in diverse settings including supporting neurodiverse children and their families as well as in bereavement, education, addiction and mental health agencies.
Kailin has an outgoing, warm and empathetic demeaner. She understands the importance of equitability and works hard to ensure that her work is anti-oppressive, anti-racist and healing centered. By seeking out new learning opportunities and engaging with communities, she is continually learning and growing in order to better serve the families that she works with.
When Kailin is not working, she enjoys taking time to focus on her spiritual growth. She also enjoys spending time with loved ones, hiking, baking and discovering new restaurants and coffee shops.