Harold is a registered therapist (PACCP) specializing in trauma, attachment and parental resiliency. In addition to completing a Masters in Counselling Psychology (Providence Theological Seminary) and a Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy (Denver Seminary), Harold is trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®), Trauma Competent Care (TCC), Empowered To Connect (ETC), Circle of Security, Prepare-Enrich and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).
For the past 19 years Harold served as a prison chaplain, community pastor & therapist. He is also co-founder of Forever Families of Canada, equipping churches, professionals and community in trauma care.
Harold is passionate about journeying with individuals, couples and families to find healing and restoration. People appreciate his gentle and caring presence which creates a safe, supportive and non-judgmental experience while exploring meaningful change. He focuses not only on the presenting concerns of clients but also on developing resilience and strength through them.
Harold and his wife are parents to 5 children through birth, adoption and kinship and are blessed with 2 grandbabies. He loves time with his family, playing badminton, golf, working out and cooking.
Sara has always been keen on helping people in pain. Currently studying for an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. Her passion is geared towards helping individuals and families achieve a state of total wellness through the holistic approach that addresses their personal development, healing, and relational difficulties.
Sara is experienced in micro-skills training and life coaching. She has over 6 years of experience in individual & marriage counseling, parenting psychoeducation, and leading self-development training courses. One of her interests is support groups and self-help groups. She adopts a multicultural perspective in counseling. She uses a variety of approaches such as the cognitive-behavioral approach, individual psychology, reality therapy, and EFT. She is certified in the Gottman method for Marriage therapy (level 1).
In her leisure time, Sara loves having walks in nature, biking and getting together with family & friends.
Meagan is counsellor-in-training currently completing her master’s degree in counselling psychology. She provides services to adults and young adults who are experiencing concerns with mood, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, and stress.
Meagan’s approach to counselling is guided by the principle that we will work together to help you build a life worth living. To facilitate this, Meagan draws on cognitive-behavioural (e.g., CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and client-centered approaches. Clients report that our sessions help them feel understood, empowered, and relieved.