Matthew Miller, MSW, RSW

Counsellor and Therapist

Veterans Affairs Canada and
Workers Compensation Board approved therapist.

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As a father of four and former foster parent to over 90 children, Matthew understands first-hand many of the challenges families face and has a genuine passion for helping others.

With over a decade of experience as a social worker, counsellor, and therapist, he has worked with 100's of individuals, couples, and families with mental health and relationship challenges, and taught and presented to 1,000's of students and teachers regarding anxiety and coping. Matthew also has extensive experience working with Veterans and First Responders.

Matthew's passion for facilitating groups for anxiety, depression, effective communication, and strengthening relationships allows him to help more people. Additionally, he teaches programs in prisons and addiction recovery centres, helping fathers to become 'great dads' by reconnecting to their families in a healthier and safer way than ever before. Giving them the tools to become "Calm, Compassionate, Curious, Detectives" in the lives of their children, spouses, ex's, and others, but especially for themselves.

 

In addition to a Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) and being a Registered Social Worker (RSW), Matthew holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management (a degree in how to be bossy).

 
 

Gillian (Jill) Easton, MA, BSW, RSW

Counsellor and Therapist

Jill’s multifaceted professional experience and warm personality make her an ideal addition to the Now Feel Good team. Having worked in hospital and community settings, supporting families in real-time, in addition to her years of experience working privately with individuals and helping couples, Jill approaches each client with compassion and empathy.

 

Jill conducts holistic (biopsychosocial-spiritual) assessments and provides counselling using appropriate evidence-based clinical interventions. When appropriate, she offers additional referrals and resources to aid and empower individuals in achieving self-identified, optimal recovery/rehabilitation, and quality of life.

 

Areas of support include but are not limited to:

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Addictions

  • Life transitions

  • Self-esteem issues

  • Grief and loss

  • Relationships and communication

  • Parenting

  • Stress

  • Personal growth and development

  • Spirituality

  • Trauma and abuse

 

Registered in four provinces, Jill is able to practice and support clients in multiple locations. She is a Registered Social Worker with the:

  • Alberta College of Social Workers

  • Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

  • Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers

  • British Columbia College of Social Workers

 

Jamie Warrack, MSW, BSW, RSW

Counsellor and Therapist
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Jamie is passionate about supporting individuals through the use of evidence-based treatment modalities while utilizing a holistic, trauma-informed, strengths-based, and culturally-sensitive lens. Jamie believes it is integral to assess and support one's physical, psychological, behavioural, and spiritual wellness in order to move towards healthy and positive outcomes. Jamie understands that each individual is unique and is deserving of a plan that is not intrusive, yet tailored, empowering, and holistic. Strengths of Jamie’s are meeting individuals where they are at in their own processes, holding non-judgmental space, and walking alongside individuals as they set goals to move forward. 

Jamie holds a clinical specialization in adult mental health and wellness. Though, has experience and enjoys working with individuals of all ages. 

 

Registered in three provinces, Jamie is able to practice and support clients in multiple locations. She is a Registered Social Worker with:

  • Alberta College of Social Workers

  • British Columbia College of Social Workers

  • Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

 

Tiara Fernando, MA, BA

Counsellor and Therapist
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Simply put, Tiara is passionate about ensuring everyone has access to mental health resources for improved outcomes in mental health and their general well-being. Greeting each new client with warmth and kindness, especially when they do not have it for themselves - Tiara’s compassion and empathy shines through.

Tiara’s work experience includes but is not limited to addictions, trauma and crisis counselling for all ages, and group and family work. Her extensive education supports her expertise; she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology in addition to teaching in the human services field at Columbia College.