Deb is a graduate of the Behavioural Science Technology Program, and has worked with children and youth in schools, group homes, hospitals and community settings for the past 30 years.

She provides behavioural as well as strength-based counselling for various social skills development in children and youth. Her activity-based learning introduces and reinforces the concepts in a non-threatening and engaging manner.

Clients can be seen days, evenings and Saturdays by scheduled appointment.

You may be able to submit receipts to you insurance provider if you have extended benefit coverage, as I am supervised by Graham Watson, MSW, RSW. Check to see if your benefits include Registered Social Work.

Deb can assist with issues such as anger management and emotional regulation, anxiety, friendship skills, bullying, self-esteem building, ADHD, grief and bereavement, separation and divorce support, supervised access and more.

She has a special interest in children who are caught up in the cycle of bullying behaviours and welcomes the opportunity to assist young people in dealing with these issues. 

A child engaging in activity-based learning will remember the skills with more ease because of the "fun" quotient!


  • Families respond to bullying
  • Reduce bullying behaviours in children
  • Kids navigate parent separation and divorce
  • Kids and parents cope with supervised access
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Develop anger management
  • Enhance emotional regulation