Balanced Life Therapy

Cindy McAfee

RSSW

Cindy McAfee is a graduate of the Georgian College Social Service Worker program and is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.

She is trained in Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and is experienced in group and individual counselling.

She also has fifteen years experience working with people to overcome their addiction to alcohol and drugs.

Cindy has facilitated groups at The Centre for Work Life Balance, Barrie Withdrawal Management Services, and mental health therapy sessions with various life issues at The Reflection Center.

Although Cindy is experienced working with individuals with addictions, she also works with people identifying and resolving a range of difficulties using a strength based perspective to empower them to enjoy life to its fullest.


Angel Plaskitt

RSSW

Angel Plaskitt is a graduate of the Georgian College Social Service Worker Program. She is a registered member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.

Coming from a small town, Angel has a passion to help communities grow and prosper through community development.

She has twelve years of experience coaching and providing advocacy for youth, developing and facilitating Youth Leadership programs, and has developed skills through employment specialist workshops.

Angel is well versed in the Human Rights Code of Conducts and Legislation.

Angel is trained in group and individual counselling and is a member of the group, Let's Keep Talking. This is a collaborative group that speaks on Anti-Stigma, Anxiety, and Depression.

She has a great respect for diverse thinking and welcomes the opportunity to support individuals who are working through change in their life.


Deborah Alton

B.A., M.A. cand., N.L.P., R.P.

Deborah Alton has been providing psychotherapy for over 20 years for adults, couples, adolescents and families.

She also spent 15 years in Social Services working with troubled adults and youth as a probation officer.

Deborah was an associate for many years at the well known Yonge/Lawrence Centre of Counselling and Consulting in Toronto. She relocated to Barrie and created the Reflection Centre in 2004.

Deborah is passionate about her work with families, which is evident in the results achieved by her clients.

Deborah is on the board of the Simcoe Collaborative Law Association and provides Couples Therapy as well as Divorce/Family Coaching.

She is committed to assisting couples and co-parents towards a decision making process that is 'win-win' and she provides a safe environment to explore change.

Deborah guides her clients towards removing the barriers to love's presence, and empowers them to live their lives at their full potential.

She is a passionate public speaker teaching groups, teams, and corporations how to effect positive change and transformation.

Deborah is a co-author, and workshop/group facilitator.

Fees may be covered under extended health benefits.