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.
Kailin is currently on maternity leave.
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.
Christy is a graduate from McMaster University, specializing in Social Psychology with Honours. With experience as a case manager, she has successfully worked with diverse demographics including youth, families, and single woman, which has equipped her with skills applicable to the Wraparound Program.
Known for her calm yet friendly demeanor, Christy focuses on providing a supportive environment and safe environment for families. Driven by her personal and professional values, she firmly believes in delivering client-centered, strength-based, and anti-oppressive care to all families
Outside of work hours, Christy finds joy in going to the gym, exploring hiking trails, and indulging in a book during her leisure hours.
Glen believes that vitality and the chance to flourish happens when it’s safe enough to be honest. He considers it a privilege to accompany people through their pain, coping, self-discovery, healing, transformation, and joy.
His areas of care include trauma, anxiety, depression, substance use and addictions, shame, anger, grief, relationships, emotional mindfulness, gender-identity, anti-oppression, and spiritual integration and deconstruction. His clinical stance uses an attachment oriented, trauma-informed framework, which means his work is often emotionally and relationally focused. He is trained in the integration of models including AEDP, EFT, IFS, Family Systems, and Narrative therapy. He works with individuals, couples, and families.
After hours, Glen enjoys time spent with his family, making music, cooking, playing sports, a good cup of tea, and celebrating with friends perhaps more than is socially acceptable.
Marie Sinclair is the Youth Outreach Worker and Community Developer for RE-create Outreach Art Studio. She is an interdisciplinary artist practicing in several mediums, including: poetry, acrylic paint, polymer clay and jewelry making. Marie first experienced RE-create as a youth, next as an artist-in-residence, and then as a volunteer, before transitioning into her role as Youth Outreach Worker and Community Developer. She first discovered her passion for all things artistic at RE-create and now seeks to nurture creativity and mental well-being in other youth. She is also keen to spread the word about RE-create to other community youth-serving agencies.
Marie is passionate about creative expression, hope, and health and she regularly uses different creative mediums to celebrate her voice, cultivate inner peace, and reconnection. She runs a thriving small artisan jewelry business where she designs jewelry for all occasions, accessed through her website and at pop-up events.