Ethena Williams is passionate about helping people. She has a high regard for human dignity and value, as well as compassion for people facing difficult life circumstances. Over the past 25 years she has helped people from all walks of life bring about needed change. Ethena is trained in a variety of therapy approaches including Solution Focused, Narrative and CBT. Ethena is also trained in working with older adults.
Ethena’s professional background includes work in Social Services, Child Protection, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), as well as volunteer work with refugee resettlement. She holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree and Master of Divinity with a focus in Clinical Counseling and is a Registered Social Worker.
Hanneke Verbeek’s passion is to help families and children recognize their strengths, resources, and potential so they can build positive interpersonal relationships, resilience and hope. Her dynamic approach easily engages children and helps them make sense of their thoughts, feelings, and struggles so they can better cope at home and school.
For over twenty years Hanneke has supported families who have encountered unfortunate life circumstances, as well as families struggling with mental health issues, grief, divorce, developmental, social, emotional, or academic concerns.
Hanneke holds a Master of Divinity in Clinical Counselling, is a qualifying registered psychotherapist, and has completed numerous certificates in brief narrative therapy, narrative therapy, refugee mental health, indigenous cultural safety, attachment, emotion focused therapy, and theraplay.