Margo is an integrative counselling therapist which means that she draws from more than one psychotherapeutic school of thought. She received her training through the Counsellor Training Institute of Canada and has taken additional training through Dalhousie School of Social Work and other accredited Organizations and Associations. She continues to pursue professional development by attending workshops, seminars and conferences that are relevant and of value to her clients.
For two years she was a volunteer with Halifax Regional Police Victim Services On-scene Mobile Response Unit, offering support and resources to victims of domestic violence, sudden death grief support, suicide intervention, crisis intervention other crimes or trauma.
She currently volunteers with Hospice Society of Greater Nova Scotia, as a support group facilitator, and serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the Atlantic Region of the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.
Margo is a Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC), Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling Supervisor (MPCCS) with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association (#1989). She supervises new counsellors by helping them grow, reviewing cases and offering constructive feedback and professional guidance, and upholding the Professional Code of Ethics.
Rory is a Registered Professional Counsellor with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. He has special interests in working with clients who struggle with self-injury, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, life changes (e.g., entering university, graduation, career change), and stress.
Rory takes a client-centered approach; the client is their own expert. Rory uses elements of cognitive, behavioral, humanistic, and short-term therapy models to help clients reach their goals.
Rory completed his training from Saint Mary’s University