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Reduced Fee Counselling

We are offering reduced fee services for up to $50 per session. These sessions are with dedicated Counselling Interns (Masters of Counselling Psychology or Masters Social Work students), who are supervised by experienced registered clinicians. Our Intern Therapists are clinicians in training and equipped to support individuals with a range of common challenges. Please reach out to our client care team to determine suitability.

Meet the Practicum Supervisor

Jody HicksClinical Supervisor and Manager of Mental Health Services, MA, Registered Psychotherapist, CCC

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Jody Hicks, MA, RP, CCC is the Clinical Supervisor and Manager of Mental Health Services at Dalton Associates. She brings with her over 15 years of dedicated and varied clinical experience working in the field of Mental Health and Wellness.  Jody’s experience expands over a variety of settings from immediate support and crisis work, community-based addictions programs, supporting graduate level students within an academic institution, and private practise.

She is a full professional member of the CCPA (Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association) and the CRPO (College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario).

Jody has a Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado – she graduated in 2006.  Her degree has a special focus in Transpersonal Counselling Psychology with a concentration in Wilderness Therapy. She has a high level of comfort and skill when working with complex cases.

Her trauma informed therapeutic orientation encompasses body-centered approaches, emotion focused psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, contemplative interventions, creative exploration, transpersonal psychology, and developmental awareness as supports along the healing path.


Kia Samson-Sammet Intern Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

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Kia Samson-Sammet (she/her) is a clinical intern currently completing her Master of Counselling Psychology graduate degree at Yorkville University and is set to graduate in December 2024. Kia completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph, where she majored in Psychology and minored in Child, Youth, and Family Studies. Kia has also completed ASIST Applied Suicide Interventions Skills training.

Kia comes from a unique cultural background being Estonian, German, Métis and Acadian. She was raised by two psychotherapists and feels she comes by this profession naturally.

Kia is passionate about working with adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relational difficulties, family conflict, life changes, and school-related or work-related stress. Kia provides compassionate therapeutic support tailored to each unique individual and their needs.

Kia offers online counselling services. She has an integrative approach to therapy primarily informed by principles of client-focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Gestalt therapy, solution-focused therapy, mindfulness, and narrative therapy. For her, the therapeutic relationship is of the utmost importance. Kia aims to create a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can open up and feel validated, heard, and accepted.

Kia’s heartfelt wish for all clients is simple yet profound. She hopes that through their therapeutic journey, they discover inner strengths and learn the tools necessary to navigate life’s complexities with resilience and authenticity. Her aim for each person is that they leave feeling empowered and equipped to face their challenges, fostering a future where they can embrace life with renewed confidence and purpose. Kia feels honoured to be present and support clients on their journey.

Kia is currently working under the clinical supervision of Jody Hicks, a Registered Psychotherapist and is committed to providing accessible psychotherapy services at a reduced rate, ensuring that quality mental health care is within reach for all who seek it.

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Suzz SandalwoodIntern Therapist, B.A, R.E.C.E, MSW Intern Therapist

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Suzz Sandalwood, B. A with Distinction, is a Certified Trauma Support Specialist, Certified Grief Educator, MSW Intern Therapist, offering Counselling/Psychotherapy virtually only.

Suzz obtained her Psychology degree from Athabasca University, holds diplomas in Human Services Counselling, Early Childhood Education and is currently completing her Master of Social Work Degree through Eastern University, PA.

She is a Certified Grief Educator and Certified Trauma Support Specialist through the Arizona Trauma Institute. She also has extensive experience and training in Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Health and is a Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator through Brene Brown.

Suzz has accumulated over 20 years of experience as a Trauma Informed Counsellor working with a diverse set of populations and in various settings. Her experience includes:

  • Trauma support
  • Victim Services support- Counselling, court and legal advocacy
  • Support for children whom have witnessed violence (one of the first Counsellors in Ontario to be trained by the Ministry of Community and Social Services to facilitate Child Witness Groups)
  • Housing crisis populations- working within crisis, shelter and outreach services
  • Supporting First Responders and their families
  • Indigenous youth crisis support
  • Art Therapy Facilitator
  • Addiction support- Addiction Treatment Counsellor
  • Parenting with anxiety support- Group Facilitator
  • Mental Health Writer for Psych Central
  • Mental health support for children, youth, adults and athletes
  • Grief support and life after loss
  • Caregiver support
  • Mindfulness Teacher for children, adults and athletes
  • Critical illness support
  • End of life support including Medical Assistance in Dying Support for patients and families
  • Grief Literacy Pedagogical Leader-Training individuals and organizations in Grief Literacy

Suzz offers a therapeutic approach rooted in trauma informed client-centered principles through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion. She is a warm, empathetic Counsellor that prioritizes non-judgmental support and values the importance of meeting individuals where that are at in their journey.

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Delia ArslanRegistered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), BA, MA

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Delia Arslan is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) and offers counselling and psychotherapy services virtually.

Delia Arslan, a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), holds a Master of Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and a Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care. Additionally, she has diplomas in Early Childhood Education and Child & Youth Work. Delia provides virtual psychotherapy services in Brampton, Ontario and has over 10 years of experience in the educational sector.

With a professional background in supporting youth and adults with special needs, as well as addressing social, emotional, and mental health challenges experienced by families, Delia’s therapeutic approach is rooted in humanistic, client-centered principles. This approach prioritizes non-judgmental support and enables clients to explore their strengths, goals, and therapeutic needs. She promotes a safe therapeutic space for individuals to enhance their coping skills and self-awareness during these challenges, approaching each individual with compassion and empathy, without judgment.

Specializing in individual counseling, Delia focuses on areas such as self-esteem, self-care, family conflict, communication, and assertiveness. Within her practice, she provides a secure environment for individuals to address challenges related to anxiety, depression, body image, work-life balance, and relationship dynamics. By advocating a collaborative approach, Delia aims to work alongside individuals as they navigate obstacles and strive to achieve peace and well-being.

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