Newfoundland and Labrador

Cornish & Gilleta
PhD, RDPsych
Dr. Cornish is an empowerment-oriented, emotion and relationship-focused therapist. He provides support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. He integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client.

Dr. Gilleta provides both brief therapy and long-term depth psychotherapy, integrating evidenced-based techniques in a sensitive manner that fits with where clients are in the change process. Her primary therapeutic orientation is psychodynamic. Dr. Gilleta works with adult clients on an individual basis.

(306) 974-1747
Cornish & Gilleta
1004 15th Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada
S7N 1Z6
Heather Hopkins
Counselor, MEd, CCC
As a Certified Canadian Counsellor I take a holistic, client centered approach. I draw upon different therapeutic strategies. The benefit of an eclectic approach allows me to adapt approaches in order to best suit client needs. I believe clients have the answers they need within themselves and I work collaboratively to help them discover their own strengths. I provide a warm environment where clients can feel comfortable and supported. I have successfully worked with clients struggling with grief and loss, depression and anxiety, relationship challenges, parenting, post trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, stress, and communication.

I have completed extensive certificate training in the area of Play Therapy and enjoy working with children and adolescents and their families. For children, play is their natural form of communication. I have also completed training in the area of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and find working with couples very rewarding.
My practice is influenced by: Client Centered Therapy, Humanistic models, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, Emotionally Focused Therapies and Play Therapy.

(709) 701-9610
Hopkins Counselling
47 Leslie St
St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
A1E 2V7
Leah B. Lewis
Phd, MEd, RDT, CCC
If there’s one experience in life that is guaranteed, it’s change. Change comes in many forms; accomplishment, loss, crisis. Sometimes we lead the change in our lives, sometimes we’re forced to follow it – kicking and screaming. I believe that how one negotiates change and transition is connected to our mental health. I believe that we all can engage with where we can make a difference, while riding and negotiating when reality is out of our hands. For me, therapy is a rehearsal ground for this dance of negotiating and locating agency in our lives.

I have a masters in counselling psychology, am a practitioner of play and arts therapies. I’ve worked in mediation with divorcing and transitioning families. I hold a Phd in narrative approaches with chronically ill populations and grief, including HIV. I use experiential technique, paying attention to how change is a mind and body process.
I practice using a combination of talk therapy and experiential/creative arts approaches. My work with children usually includes art making and play.

(866) 585-0433
Lewis Counselling Services
St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
A1C 3W6
Lesley Vaters
Lesley has spent the last decade working with adults and children in a number of capacities including counselling, social development and child behavioral modification.
Lesley is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and member in good standing with the BCACC. Lesley’s training and education includes a Bachelor’s Degree (BA) from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP) from Yorkville University.

She has completed additional programs in the areas of grief and bereavement counselling, mental health first aid, spiritual care, suicide intervention and applied behavioral analysis.

709 689 8677
Bright Path Counselling
40 Commonwealth Avenue
Suite 102
Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
A1N 1W6