About us

If you are a new client at Insight and Wellness, we kindly ask that you book a 30 minute consultation with our therapist-intern, Carly Byberg. This is our first step in getting to know you so that we can refer you to the therapist who is your best fit. Thank you for booking your first appointment.

Hello! I’m Jade Roy-Boulet

Clinic Director and Registered Psychotherapist

Jade is a bilingual, Registered Psychotherapist who holds a Master’s degree in Counselling, Psychotherapy and Spirituality from Saint-Paul University. She works collaboratively with clients in a compassionate, understanding and safe environment to help them embrace aspects of themselves in a way that allows them to live more freely. She works in a dynamic and innovative manner to help them achieve their goals with a variety of approaches tailored to their individual and couple needs. As an individual and couple therapist, she has a wide range of experience working with clients dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, difficult life transitions, relational issues, low self-esteem, mood and personality disorders. 

As an individual therapist, she uses psychological theories of human development, and a variety of clinical interventions to help clients tap into their own resources and achieve the change they want. With the help of psychodynamic, emotion-focused, cognitive behavioral practices, process oriented theories, she helps clients achieve an understanding of their current struggles and uses every challenge as an opportunity for growth and fulfillment. 

As a couple’s therapist she focuses on helping partners heal and connect, by expressing their needs and emotions to achieve a more secure and fulfilling relationship. She has training and experience with different empirical therapeutic modalities that center on emotional-attachment principles and practical tools to promote deeper understanding, compassion and effective communication. She has experience working with couples dealing with a variety of relationship difficulties such as infidelity, traumatic experiences, chronic arguing, sexual dissatisfaction, and financial stressors among others.

Her Approach & Values

She is dedicated to the well being and transformational possibilities that lies in the core of each us. Her interest in mindfulness, relaxation and the power of inner stillness, currently at the forefront of contemporary developments in psychology, is used to foster personal growth and self awareness.

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

  • Emotionally Focused Individual & Couples Therapy
  • Marital/Family Therapy 
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & Mindfulness
  • Solution-Focused
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
  • Existential & Transpersonal Psychology
  • Trauma & PTSD Informed Therapy

Hey! I’m Cat Kamel

Clinic Director and Registered Psychotherapist

Cat is Registered Psychotherapist and holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University. She creates a safe and compassionate space for clients to connect with their emotions and explore their concerns. Believing that no two people are the same, Cat approaches each client with an interest in their individuality, tailoring her approach to suit the unique qualities and needs of each client. She is committed to an empowering and collaborative approach to therapy, which centers on increasing self-awareness and self-compassion. Cat strongly believes in the power of genuine connection to facilitate healing, while also using psychological theory and evidence-based interventions to inform her work.

Cat has experience supporting individuals work through anxiety and depression, low self-esteem, relationship concerns, grief, loneliness, traumatic experiences, body image concerns, and life transitions. She can help you to uncover unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaving, while developing a deeper relationship with yourself and with others. Cat hopes to help you to live your life more freely, with joy, fulfillment, and meaning. Whether you are struggling with a personal challenge or seeking self-exploration, Cat can help you maximize your own strengths and resources to meet your individual goals.

My Approach & Values

Informed by several theories, Cat’s approach to therapy aims to increase personal insight and emotional connection, while also developing concrete tools to foster growth and improved well-being.  She aims to make the experience highly personal and aligned with each individual’s values and goals. Cat values the therapeutic relationship above all else and is committed to making sure that clients feel seen, heard, and respected throughout their entire journey. Cat is dedicated to her own personal and professional development, always seeking opportunities to advance her knowledge of best practices in therapy.

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

  • Attachment Focused 
  • Emotion Focused Therapy
  • Compassion Focused Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Solution-Focused
  • Process-Oriented
  • Experiential
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Psychodynamic
  • Gottman Method

Hi There! I’m Andrina Slegers

Clinic Director and Registered Psychotherapist

Andrina provides a warm, welcoming and safe space where she seeks to authentically connect with you, deepen your self-awareness and and support you in making positive changes related to your goals for therapy. She believes in the power of self and relational healing and aims to create a relationship where it is safe to explore your childhood, familial relationships, belief systems, values, vulnerabilities and shadow to fully understand and accept oneself. Andrina is an Individual, Couple and Family therapist who uses evidence-based therapy approaches with clients of all ages, cultures and identities. 

As an individual therapist, she seeks to connect personally with you, to help you feel seen and heard. She strives to support you in deepening your emotional and self-awareness so you have a better understanding of your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, with love and self-compassion.

As a couples therapist, she seeks to help partners understand one another, communicate lovingly, connect and/or reconnect and heal painful dynamics that may be getting in the way of the relationship you desire. She supports you in creating a safe, secure and more loving relationship.

As a family therapist, she seeks to help family members effectively communicate and heal painful family dynamics, present or past, so you all may have more fulfilling and supportive familial relationships. She helps to create space so every family members voice can be heard and respected.

She earned her Master’s of Science Degree in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Guelph. She is a registered psychotherapist in good standing with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

She looks forward to connecting with you.

My Approach & Values

She believes that every person has a story deserving to be heard and strives to build a therapeutic relationship based upon genuine connection, presence, understanding and trust. She uses a combination of approaches depending on client’s needs and goals for therapy. Her interest in deepening and expanding her own self-awareness assists her in supporting clients on their journey and pursuit of personal growth.

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

  • Attachment Focused
  • Emotion Focused Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Solution Focused Therapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Family Systems Theory
  • Biological, Psychological, Social and Spiritual Theory of Addiction
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Experiential
  • Trauma and PTSD Informed Therapy
  • Logotherapy

Hello! I’m Bella Rawleigh

Registered Psychotherapist 

Bella brings a warm, comprehensive, and practical approach to mental health and wellness. She holds a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology, and prior to becoming a therapist has background in corporate development and management which brings a unique insight to client’s with corporate backgrounds.

Her primary areas of focus include: anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem, self-growth, stress management, empowerment and assertiveness.

As an individual therapist, her orientation is client-centered, non-judgmental and humanistic, recognizing the value of human experience and resiliency.  She also has experience working with issues surrounding confidence, anger, identity, lifestyle change, and depression. Bella likes to employ mindfulness based practices to help her clients develop deeper understanding of themselves.

As a couples therapist, she has experience with different therapeutic modalities that focus on deeper emotional understanding, helping couples to better communicate, understand one another, and have their needs met.

Bella works collaboratively with her clients to address concerns, achieve goals and make positive changes.

My Approach & Values

Bella is passionate about promoting the overall well-being of her clients. She works with her clients to develop strategies for reducing distress as well as enhancing happiness and well-being. She incorporates the use of evidence-based psychological interventions with a philosophy that you are the expert in your own life. She is determined to provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space to explore one’s feelings.

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework

  • Attachment Focused
  • Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
  • Emotion Focused Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Solution-Focused
  • Mindfulness-Based
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Self-Compassion Theory
  • Person-Centered
  • Psychodynamic
  • Strength Based

Welcome! I’m Leila Morrison

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Leila is a collaborative, attentive and responsive therapist working with adults and couples in search of connection and a more meaningful life. She pays close attention to your unique, individual process so that your experience of therapy is a safe, empowering, and rich one. To be human is to have a core need to feel seen and heard in the fullness of who you are. 

She has experience supporting adults and couples through anxiety, depression, grief and anger, in negotiating life transitions, enduring isolation, finding direction, exploring identity, and bringing complex family, relationship and career concerns. She works with those who feel driven to improve their relationships at home and at work, who are ready to recover from burnout, or who are seeking to find and build deeper, more secure relationships. She offers safety and structure to individuals bringing a history of traumatic experiences.

Leila works with couples hoping to resolve patterns of repetitive conflict or loss of intimacy, as well as with newer couples who want to deepen their friendship and get it right from the start. She offers premarital therapy and has a special interest in infidelity recovery. The Harvard Grant Study—the world’s longest ongoing study of adult life, continues to find that it is close relationships that have the greatest impact on happiness and well-being. Leila is an inspired couple therapist dedicated to promoting secure-functioning relationships. 

My Approach & Values

Her approach to therapy is highly personalized—she pays close attention to what works for you, and integrates elements from many forms of psychotherapy including attachment-based, emotion-focused, existential, psychodynamic, mindfulness-based, somatic, cognitive-behavioural and family systems therapies. She is trained in the Gottman Method and the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy. Wherever you find yourself now, a collaborative, secure relationship with a therapist you can trust offers an advantage on your journey to where you’d like to be.

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

  • Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy
  • Attachment-Based
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Emotionally Focused
  • Existential
  • Experiential
  • Family Systems
  • Gestalt
  • Gottman Method
  • Jungian
  • Mindfulness Based
  • Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy
  • Psychodynamic

Greetings! I’m Hayley Mangotich

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Hayley is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto. Prior to her graduate education, Hayley studied and led mindfulness-based meditation and movement practices. She has explored the convergence of mindfulness, somatics, social systems, and mental health through instruction in trauma-sensitive mindfulness practices, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and embodied social justice. This knowledge and experience informs her approach to therapy. Hayley aims to truly see clients in their wholeness, acknowledging the role that the body and relational and social context play in suffering and healing. 

 With authenticity and warmth, Hayley supports clients to process difficult emotions and experiences, develop self-awareness and self-acceptance, challenge limiting narratives, and navigate what it means to show up as their whole selves. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, relationship concerns, low self-esteem, body image concerns, and identity exploration. Honouring the uniqueness of each person’s journey, she draws flexibly on evidence-based practices to meet clients where they are and support them in moving toward where they want to be. 

My Approach & Values

Hayley believes that genuine presence and compassion are foundational to building a trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship, as well as meaningful relationships with ourselves and others. She is committed to practicing from a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive framework, and believes that therapy can be a starting point for ripples of healing and growth — from our internal world to our close relationships, to our communities. 

Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

  • Experiential & Somatic
  • Mindfulness Based
  • Trauma-Informed
  • Psychodynamic
  • Relational & Attachment Focused

    Hi! I’m Tracy Wilder

    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

    Tracy holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. She believes that each client is entitled to an individualized approach to their therapy treatment which is as unique as they are. Tracy is a married mother with two teenager children and specializes in working to support parents and help them understand and improve their relationships with their children. Additionally, she works with individuals and couples. Her age, background and counselling experience enable her to help guide, collaborate and support clients dealing with parenting challenges, depression, anxiety, grief, difficult life transitions, relationship problems, and other personal issues.

    Every person and couple have developed strengths and abilities that help make them resilient and endow them with special attributes that can be explored to empower clients to achieve their goals, help them heal and move forward towards greater peace of mind and psychological wellness. Using the principles of psychodynamic and attachment therapy and drawing from cognitive behavioural, strength and solution focused, and mindfulness practices, Tracy works together with clients to help them address difficult issues, experience personal growth and healing.

    My Approach & Values

    Tracy believes that the strength of the therapeutic relationship and providing a compassionate and non-judgemental safe space for clients are key to achieving a positive outcome in therapy. Her approach to therapy is as individual as each client. With the goal of working as a collaborative team, she is dedicated to helping clients understand the roots of their issues, explore different perspectives and achieve greater personal insight to encourage long lasting and meaningful change. This is something she practices in her own life, and she is continually seeking both personal and professional growth and development to work with clients using current and best practices.

    Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

    • Psychodynamic-oriented
    • Attachment Focused
    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
    • Strength based Therapy
    • Solution-Focused
    • Mindfulness
    • Existential

    Hello! I’m Carly Byberg 

    Carly is currently completing her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. Her approach is warm and empathetic, with the goal of creating meaningful connection, exploring difficult issues, fostering self-awareness, creating positive change and empowering others. Carly believes in the importance of creating a safe, light and non-judgemental environment in order to build trust and explore difficult emotions. Her background and life experience allows her to understand the importance of compassion, positivity, and finding light in difficult moments.   

    Carly believes in the importance of understanding the uniqueness of people and situations, which she uses to highlight individual strengths and promote overall wellness. Through her warmth and calming presence, she can help support and guide clients, while providing powerful insight and encouraging individual self-acceptance.    

    My Approach & Values

    Carly believes in the importance of overall wellness and strives to understand the interlocking factors that can influence an individual. She aims to build and maintain a strong therapeutic relationship with clients to foster trust and make them feel both understood and accepted. Carly is passionate about seeing each client as their own, working collaboratively to better understand individual needs, and creating an approach that is best suited for each individual.  

    Treatment Approach & Therapeutic Framework:

    • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 
    • Mindfulness-Based
    • Person-Centered
    • Solution-Focused
    • Strengths based Therapy 

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    187 King Street East
, 3rd Floor 
Toronto, ON,
 M5A 1J5

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