London and Woodstock Counsellor
BA Disability Studies -Ryerson
MACP -Yorkville University
Lee-Anne completed her master’s in Counselling Psychology through Yorkville University. She received her undergraduate degree in Disability Studies at Ryerson University and holds a Developmental Services Worker diploma from Fanshawe College.
Lee-Anne has extensive experience working in the field of ABI as a Rehabilitation Therapist. She has worked with both adults and children as a behaviour specialist and spent her early career as an early childhood educator and Suzuki music instructor.
Lee-Anne is a warm hearted, empathetic individual. She believes that each person is unique and holds within themselves the unlimited potential to overcome life’s obstacles and to reach their personal, professional and relationship goals.
She believes that within themselves each person possess the ability to relate to their individual life experiences with understanding, compassion and acceptance of themselves. Lee-Anne believes in a holistic approach to wellness and achieving goals through developing people’s individual strengths.
Lee-Anne offers counselling in person or online via zoom or telephone. She welcomes both children and adult clients from diverse ethnicities, disabilities, and those of the LGBTQ+ community.
She welcomes clients experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, relationship issues, workplace stress and those who are looking to overcome barriers and make positive changes in their lives.