Emilie (she/her) is a cis gender therapist living, working and playing on the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek (Sudbury) under the Robinson-huron Treaty. She believes connection to others is what helps in the process of healing and growing, and her practice is based on this knowledge. She is a certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT) and is also trained using compassion focused therapy, EMDR and prolonged exposure therapy for the treatment of trauma and PTSD. She specializes in treating mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and is passionate about working with teens and adults of all gender identities and sexualities. Alongside Stacey, Emilie provides supervision for therapists undergoing training in CBT, and one on one consultations to those seeking more information on any of the above topics.
BA Honours (Psychology), BEd, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist
Angie (she/her) is certified with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. She has experience providing psychotherapy to at-risk youth and adults in the Greater City of Sudbury. Angie has completed intensive training and supervision in cognitive behavioural therapy, prolonged exposure therapy, and compassion focused therapy. Angie is available to see youth and adults for individual therapy.
PhD(c), MSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Vivian (she/her) is a Registered Social Worker and a PhD student in the Human Studies Program at Laurentian University. Vivian has many years of experiencing working with children and youth who have experienced adversity, both in child welfare, and as a member of Dr. Coholic’s research team. For the past five years, Vivian has also worked as the Research and Evaluation Manager for the YouthREX Northern Hub with Laurentian University’s School of Social Work. Vivian has always been passionate about enhancing resilience and supporting positive outcomes for the people she works with. Vivian is skilled in cognitive behavioural therapy and prolonged exposure therapy as well as psychotherapy specifically utilized in treating eating disorders.
MSW, RSW Psychotherapist
Vincent Bolt uses he/him pronouns. He is a registered social worker and he is completing his MSW. He has a Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work from Laurentian University and has experience working with Indigenous populations. He has years of experience working with transgender and non-binary people, as well as their families and loved ones. Vincent is experienced working in areas including gender identity and sexual orientation. He has training in CBT, DBT, compassion focused therapy, and EMDR. He is available for daytime and evening appointments in person, or virtually. Vincent works with teens and youth, as well as adults. He can provide services in both English and French.
Kaarina (she/her) is trained in cognitive behavioural therapy and is currently working towards her certification with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She has ten years of experience working in community-based mental health services, specializing in adult mental health recovery, however, is excited to expand into working more closely with children. Early in her career, Kaarina founded and ran a support group for new moms with postpartum mood disorders and was deeply impacted by their innate resilience that flourished when their stories were heard. Kaarina is also a visual artist who blends the benefits of creative expression into a client’s healing journey. As such, she is passionate about supporting others to find their voices, believing that the transformative power of art can help people to explore their stories, and find deeper meaning. Kaarina also believes that healing and recovery are possible for everyone if they have the right support and guidance.
Student SSW Program
Chad is a student in the Social Service Worker program at Durham College and a volunteer at Roles & Associates Psychotherapy Services Inc.
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Kristen (She/They) completed her psychology degree at Laurentian University and post-graduate studies in Autism & Behavioural Science at Algonquin College. Kristen worked for the school board as an Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Therapist with individuals with autism before completing her masters in counselling psychology through Yorkville University. Since 2018, Kristen has been the program coordinator of a youth centre in Greater Sudbury where she has since developed and facilitated several programs and workshops for youth and families. Kristen is a strong advocate in the 2S-LGBTQ+ community and an experienced musician that promotes the importance of diversity and creativity in self-care. Kristen utilizes a variety of therapeutic strategies when working with individuals, children, families and couples.
Sandra A Shymanski
Sandra A Shymanski is the administrative Assistant to Stacey Roles RN PhD Psychotherapist, Owner/Director.