Our Team

    Our clinic offers multiple treatment options for those struggling with mental health challenges, be they brain-based disorders, psychological challenges, or relationship conflicts. Individuals suffering from a combination of mental health challenges may benefit from seeing multiple practitioners.

    All of our practitioners specialize in the treatment of children, youth, and families and come from diverse training backgrounds that are grounded in evidence-based practices.

    Most practitioners offer both in-person and online treatments, and you can book both methods directly on their profile page.

    Struggling? Not sure what you need?

    Our Mental Health Concierge can help.

    Designed and overseen by an experienced mental health professional, our Mental Health Concierge service connects you with the service best suited to you in the shortest time possible.

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Tonia Firer (she/her)

R. Psych.

Tonia is a Registered Psychologist who specializes in child and adolescent psychology and offers psycho-educational assessments for children and teens with a number of issues, such as learning disorders and ADHD. ​

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Laarni Bernardo (she/her)


Laarni applies compassionate listening and evidence-based techniques to empower change and growth in her clients. With more than 20 years working with children and youth in a variety of settings, Laarni creates safe spaces where people feel seen and hear, respected and recognized. She believes in the value of collaboration and active participation from her clients, which she uses to build an authentic, nurturing, and judgemental therapeutic relationship. .

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Tina Lorraine Senger (she/her)


Tina has a unique experience of working with children, youth and their caregivers in educational and mental health settings. She works with children, youth, and young adults who are struggling with social, emotional, or behavioural issues within the context of neurodiversity and mental health challenges.

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Laura Tamutis (she/her)


Laura is a registered clinical counselor with experience in private practice. Her expertise lies in supporting older youth and and adults, aged 16-30, who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, identity, self- esteem and relationship issues.

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Jenny Comeau (she/her)


As a skilled individual, couples, and family therapist, Jenny has helped clients work through grief, trauma, conflict, burnout, and other mental health challenges that can often throw the family dynamic into disarray. She focuses on guiding families with a gentle hand, helping them accept certain challenges and explore their own competencies and resiliencies.

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Sandra McEwen (she/her)


Providing child, youth, and family counselling, her expertise lies in supporting individuals and families who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, anxiety, ADHD, learning difference, and parenting or teen relationships. She also provides educational counselling to families through practical understanding of learning differences, assisting in deciphering psychoeducational assessments, and facilitate or supporting communication with schools.

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Karen Mitchinson (she/her)


Karen offers compassion, empathy and a depth of experience. She is creative, energetic and passionate about the therapeutic process of counselling that creates the opportunity for healing and growth. Karen believes in the importance of safety in a therapeutic relationship. She also believes each person has a unique inner strength and resilience.

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Melissa Roberts Tsiakos (she/her)


Melissa brings empathy, compassion and genuine respect to all those she meets. Her collaborative, warm style is connected with the belief that each individual and each family is unique and complex, requiring a tailored, personalized treatment approach. She understands the importance of a strong, trusting therapeutic relationship for meaningful therapy to take place focusing on building a safe relationship where you can feel seen, heard, and valued. It brings Melissa pleasure to assist clients to connect with their inner strength, find joy where it was lost, and overcome challenges they are facing.

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Kristen Kerr (she/her)

M.Ed, RCC.

Kristen is a registered clinical counsellor, school counsellor, and educator with a robust background in education and counselling. Kristen’s expertise lies in working with children, teens, and young adults aged 5-30 who struggle with anxiety, depression, ADHD/ASD, gender identity issues, behaviour and social-emotional issues, including parenting challenges. As a mother of three adult children and one teenager, Kristen values building connected relationships with clients of all ages and backgrounds. She offers a safe, empathetic space where clients can feel seen, heard, and understood.

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Sunita Ashok (she/her)


An experienced and a compassionate therapist and a social worker, with over 2 decades of practice, Sunita finds endless inspiration in client’s resilience and courage. She firmly believes that change is always within reach, even in the face of daunting challenges. Sunita’s expertise lies in supporting older youth, adults, parents, and couples through various mental health, emotional, and relational struggles.

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Miriam Balen (she/her)


Miriam is experienced in a number of evidence-based modalities, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Trauma-Focused CBT, and Solution-Focused Therapy. She has extensive experience working with individuals ages 5 and up.

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Merryn Singer (she/her)


Merryn’s strengths lie in addressing acute, developmental, and intergenerational trauma, grief and loss, depression and anxiety, shame, emotional dysregulation, psychiatric disorders, personality disorders and parenting support and she works with clients of all ages. She is focused on working with the client’s relationship to themselves or others. She regularly pivots between using evidence-based therapies, and creating a space to safely process history, trauma, and painful emotions.

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Kirsten Buch (she/her)


Kirsten offers a compassionate ear and safe space to unpack the experiences we find most difficult to talk about. She uses a number of evidence-based modalities, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to support clients from all backgrounds. Her goal is to empower clients to tell their stories, reconnect with their sense of meaning, and to acquire the support they need to thrive.

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Lisa Rositano (she/her)


Lisa is a registered clinical counselor who has worked in community mental health for over 18 years. Her expertise lies in supporting teens, youth and adults, aged 13-30, who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, mood, OCD, gender identity and relationship issues.

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Justine Thomson (she/her)


Justine is an experienced educator and clinical counselor who has worked in both the private and public education sectors for over 20 years. Her expertise lies in supporting children and youths, aged 5-18, who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, bullying, social, and emotional difficulties.

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Muffy Greenaway (she/her)


Muffy Greenaway is the Founder and Director of Three Story Clinic and is a Psychiatrist with more than 18 years experience assessing and treating conditions such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, psychosis, and complex pain.

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Nomi (Nauman) Ahmad (he/him)


Nomi attended medical school at Michigan State University. His areas of interest include Psychopharmacology, Sleep Issues and Anxiety Disorders.

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Teresa Kope (she/her)


Teresa is a psychiatrist with 40 years clinical experience in both hospital and community settings. Dr. Kope specializes in the treatment of children who may be experiencing anxiety, mood disorders or difficulty with adjustment. 

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Smita N. Naidoo (she/her)


Smita is a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist who completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of British Columbia. She has a special interest in Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) and Transitional Aged Youth.

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Counselling Interns

Denada Mehmeti (she/her)


Denada is warm and empathetic, her relaxed and playful style allows her to easily connect with children and teens. Denada is committed to empowering youth by celebrating each individual’s strengths and embracing their unique abilities. She believes healing and change happen in relation and hopes to connect not only as a professional but as a fellow human.

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Ruze Guvenc (she/her)

MSW (Clinical)

Ruze is an Intern Counsellor completing her Master’s of Social Work (Clinical) at the University of British Columbia Okanagan, with an undergrad degree in Psychology. Her style is relaxed and casual – with an emphasis on collaboration – and she is passionate about working with youth and young adults to support them with trauma, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal issues. She practices non-judgement and meeting her client’s where they are at.

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Pavan Nahal (she/her)

MSW (Clinical)

Pavan is an Intern Counsellor completing her Master’s of Social Work (Clinical) at the University of British Columbia with more than 7 years of mental health experience supporting children, youth, and families. She is compassionate, caring, and hopeful with a focus on family reunification and child development . Her empathetic, culturally sensitive approach aligns with her belief that all individuals have strengths and can heal.

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