New Brunswick

Christina M Jones
Pre-Licensed professional
I work exclusively with adults and have broad skills and experiences for helping people with various mental health concerns (depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, bipolar disorder, stress, grief, relationship difficulties, work conflicts, anger and many others). I have a special interest in working with law enforcement/first responders (police, corrections officers, paramedics, military).

Having completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology by a Canadian Psychological Association accredited program, I have extensive and broad clinical training helping diverse populations (4000+ supervised hours of psychotherapy and assessment). I also have special experience working in the correctional (prison) system and completed my thesis on Correctional Staff.
I pride myself on being warm, non-judgmental and easy-going. I take my clinical work seriously and am dedicated to ongoing professional development in evidence-based practice. I employ diverse theoretical approaches and a collaborative, integrative style, to help my clients achieve their individual goals for wellbeing.
(506) 452-6301
Psychological Wellness Centre, UNB
40 McKay Drive
Tibbits Hall East
Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada
E3B 5A3
Cynthia Veniot
Licensed Counselor
My counselling and psychotherapy practice focuses primarily on providing a safe and conducive environment for personal growth and change for people in all different stages of life. In particular, I provide help to those suffering from issues related to general wellness, mental health, psychological illness or distress, relationships and career development, among other things. I can provide services in both French and English. I am a registered mental health service provider for the following insurance and EAP companies: Johnsons, SAGE, CUPE and IBEW-505. I also provide voice of the child assessments.

I have a B.Ed. degree from McGill University, and an M.Ed., Counselling degree from the University of New Brunswick. I am currently a practising Canadian certified counselling therapist in Hampton as well as a counsellor and teacher at a French school in Saint John, NB.
Please verify with your health insurance company to see if counselling services are covered.

Cynthia Veniot, Counselling Therapist
44 Walker Crescent
Hampton, New Brunswick Canada
E5N 5Z8
Daryl Daniels
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“This above all; to thine own self be true.” – William Shakespeare If you are looking to engage in process of self-discovery and contemplative reflection designed to unlock and enhance your potential then my therapeutic services may be right for you. Using strategies to identify and address false beliefs, reframing of scripts/narratives to be more self-supporting, and initiating action in line with one’s evolving self-awareness, my chief aim is to help my clients’ fully understand and find ways of fulfilling their need for self-love and self-actualization.

Theoretical influences include Person-Centered with an emphasis on acceptance, empathy, and client empowerment as well as Family Systems involving ‘inner self psychology’, the tenets of which assert that a core component of being human is the continual striving for growth, transformation, and connection with self and others.
While not an exhaustive list, my primary client base consists of work with individuals who suffer with anxiety and panic, depression, chronic pain, marital and family, relationships, grief/loss, addictions, spirituality, life-transition, and death and dying.

(506) 804-4177
Daryl Daniels Relationship Therapy
4 Woodridge Dr
Quispamsis, New Brunswick, Canada
E2G 1A1
Geoffrey Clarke

I have spent more than 20 years listening to people who are struggling to cope with issues in their lives. What is the difference between the ones who end up in a better condition and those that don’t? Work. The ones who end up in a better condition are the ones who put effort into change. Some have to work really hard and some less so. The question is this: What will You do? Are you ready to do the work to be in a better condition? Let me know if you are.

(506) 804-4131
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2K 3M5
Jaclyn Trecartin
I combine my teaching and therapy experience in my work with children, teens, and families. I use an integrated, eclectic, collaborative, and creative approach. I have worked with clients on topics such as: grief, anxiety, depression, self esteem, separation/divorce, parenting, adoption/foster families, learning issues, developmental delays, autism, peer relations/socialization, as well as other issues. I offer individual sessions, family/group sessions, and workshops. I hold my Masters of Education in Counselling, my Bachelor of Education, and my Bachelor of Arts. I am a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) through the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

My work is a blend of: Play Therapy, Art Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Humanistic Psychology, and Jungian Archetypes and Symbols.

Jaclyn Trecartin: Child and Family Therapist
89 Canterbury Street
Suite 200
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2L 2C7
Judith Elizabeth Urquhart
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
I provide individual and couples’ counselling for a myriad of issues including self-esteem, anger management, separation/divorce, domestic violence/ abuse, adult children of dysfunctional families, grief & loss, stress managment, workplace conflicts and so on. I have been a practicing social worker/therapist for more than 25 years and will be completing a certificate program in Theological Studies in May 2013 as well as a certificate in Grief Counselling in June 2013. My specialties are separation/divorce, anger/stress management, domestic violence.

Practice specialties are anger management, separation/divorce,domestic violence. I have developed group programs, facilitated groups for men and women, with the above noted issues, worked in probation services where I supervised a caseload of men convicted of domestic violence or sexual assault, published a book on anger management.

(866) 568-1279
20 Alma Street
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2L 5G6
Kim Gillcrist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
My practice provides professional counselling services to individuals (ages 16+), couples, and families as needed. I specialize in areas of addiction, mental health, domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as managing stress and working through issues in relationships with others. Through the counselling process, I seek to help clients improve their coping skills, strengthen self esteem, and promote behaviour change through support, psychoeduation, and psychotherapy.

I provide supportive, therapeutic interventions using a broad variety of clinical approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Narrative Therapy, and Person Centered Therapy.

(506) 802-9289
199 Chesley Drive
Suite 207
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2K 4S9
Melissa Burgess Moser
PhD, LPsych
I work with adults affected by various mental health conditions, including, but not limited to, depression, generalized and social anxiety, panic, sleep disorders, and post-traumatic stress. I am also interested in helping individuals process unresolved grief due to family of origin issues. My areas of specialization include the treatment of eating disorders within an adult population and treating adult survivors of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. I have extensive research and clinical training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and continue to build on these experiences by working with couples suffering from relationship distress.

My clinical approach is strongly rooted in attachment theory. This orientation provides me with an understanding of clients’ emotional needs, how they cope with these needs alone and within their closest relationships. I use techniques from a variety of different evidence-based therapeutic approaches to address client concerns.
My past academic research in psychotherapy guides my assessment of how clients progress through therapy. I engage in regular consultations with other eating disorder professionals, and I am an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Mount Allison University.

(506) 799-1352
Maritime Psychology Clinic (Formerly EDP Group)
321 D St George Street
Moncton, New Brunswick
E1C 1W8
Sarah Mallery
I am so glad that you have decided to reach out for support. Counselling may help you gain a better understanding of yourself and your personal goals, and develop skills for improving your relationships. You may overcome a specific problem such as depression, anxiety or addiction. Counselling may also be an opportunity for you to resolve relationships from your past and to heal from traumatic experiences. You may even find that participating in psychotherapy results in positive changes that were not even initially expected. You’re ready for change in your life so let’s find a solution together!

I received my Bachelor of Science in biology and Master of Science in fish ecology and ecotoxicology from UNB. After all the science, I obtained an Associate of Theological Studies from Maine, USA. Ultimately, I decided to pursue counselling and received my Master of Education in counselling from UNB.
Since graduating I have become a Licensed Counselling Therapist (LCT) through the College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick (CCTNB) as well as a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) through the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).
(506) 323-2157
Sarah Mallery Counselling Services
267 Connell Street
Unit 2
Woodstock, New Brunswick Canada
E7M 1L2
The soul talk
BSc, MSc
I am a Psychotherapist, Life Coach & combine the depth of therapy with the practicality and goal achievement of coaching.My therapeutic style is supportive and interactive. I work collaboratively with adults, couples, children, families and will tailor the treatment uniquely. I work a wide spectrum of problems, Depression,anxiety,behavioral issues,Personality Disorder,Relationship issues, learning difficulties, or if you’ve achieved success in certain areas of life,but need some expert guidance in others areas, I can help!Together we will create a therapeutic environment where you can explore painful and troubling feelings, set goals, and develop strategies for coping with difficult uncomfortable feelings.

working with diverse populations providing services in crisis management, family issues, acute mental health issues, anxiety, and depression, I have developed a unique sense for creating an environment that promotes positive change and growth for my clients. I am also a Certified Yoga and Ayurveda counselor.
I have a passion for working with adolescents & young families. Supporting them in this confusing time with everything from relationships issues, emotional abuse, alcohol and drug abuse , eating disorders and body image. Together we strive to make healthy emotional connections to others as well as a stronger sense of self
(506) 440 -9283
The soul talk
860 Prospect Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada
E3B 5J7