For Nova Scotians 6-16 living with disordered eating or an eating disorder, and their families.
No diagnosis or referral is necessary.
Rania has a Masters in Counselling Psychology, and bring 8 years of experience as a Clinical Therapist, supporting folks dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, and disordered eating/eating disorders. She has also personally experienced and recovered from an eating disorder.
Rania draws upon evidence-based approaches with a holistic and anti-oppressive lens, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy. Rania has worked as a Clinical Therapist with the North End Health Centre, Nova Centre for Woman, the YMCA, and Phoenix Youth Programs.
Her passion is helping people understand their behaviours, thoughts and emotions, and to create a life they love.
We all come from unique cultural backgrounds and have our own story to tell, Rania incorporates the use of multi-cultural counselling when working with clients.
Christina holds an MA in Counselling Psychology, and brings 5 years of experience supporting young people with eating disorders.
Christina’s approach is holistic, strength-based, and trauma-informed. She draws from various modalities including family-based therapy, emotion-focused family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, focusing, mindfulness-based practices, and art-based methods.
Catching and treating eating disorders early is crucial, which is why providing quick access to counselling for young people and their families is so important to me.