A safe space for individuals and families to address emotional and mental health
Our counsellors provide a non-judgmental and supportive space so individuals and families can feel safe expressing themselves. We specialize in working with children, youth and adults who have experienced trauma and loss, but our counsellors also have expertise in a variety of complex issues including anxiety, depression, grief/loss, attachment, family relationships, and much more.
Carolyn Lord, B.Ed. M.A.
Carolyn is a registered psychologist with over 19 years of experience working with children, individuals and families. Carolyn has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and specializes in the areas of play therapy, attachment, theraplay, trauma, EMDR, hypnotherapy, grief and loss.
Carolyn’s practice focuses on individual work, family work and education. She presents on a number of topics, including: Children and Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Mindfulness. She also provides professional supervision and clinical consultation to community programs working with children and families.
Pamela has over 18 years experience working as a registered psychologist. She is also a certified Hakomi therapist and teacher. She specializes in trauma, relationship challenges and personal development.
Pamela has a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and extensive training in the area of somatic therapy through the Hakomi Institute, Somatic Experiencing (SE) and EMDR. Pamela also provides professional supervision and teaching for those entering the field of psychology.
How We Can Help
Carolyn Lord and Pamela Thompson head a dynamic team of registered psychologists and counsellors with experience in diverse areas of practice:
Integrative Behaviour Support
WJS Canada’s Integrative Behaviour Support Services helps adults and children develop socially acceptable behaviours and make connection in their communities. These services focus on developing parent and support worker skills and enhancing other resources to help people overcome challenges and improve their lives.
We design workshops for families, caregivers, staff and educators who work with individuals with disabilities and/or behavioural issues. We provide a range of workshops, consultation and training opportunities that cover such topics as proactive strategizing, crisis assessment and understanding restrictive procedures.
How to Access Psychological Services
Contact WJS Canada at 1-800-867-1987 for more information.
We Want to Hear From You
If you are interested in a WJS Canada service not currently offered in your community, please get in touch. We may be able to provide you with alternatives or possibly even expand our services to meet your needs.
WJS Canada wishes to respectfully acknowledge that we operate on the traditional territories of Indigenous peoples across Canada.