MEET OUR THERAPISTS
Terrace Wellness offers services by a range of experience and qualified registered psychotherapists and social workers of varying specializations. We hope to ultimately provide an all-inclusive approach to therapy.
Lisa Bell, MA, RP(Qualifying)
Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Carleton University and a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University.
Lisa uses mindfulness techniques, Strengths-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and a collaborative approach to working with adults, children, youth and families with a variety of concerns including, depression; anxiety; relationships, anger, PTSD and Trauma.
Lee-Anne Boucher, MA, RSW, CYW
Masters in Psychotherapy, Counseling and Spirituality, Registered Social Worker, Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology), Social Service Worker, Child and Youth Worker. Lee-Anne's formal counselling training is in Attachment Theory, Family Systems, Emotion Focused, Humanistic/Existential, Behavioral and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
She has and continues formal training in Somatic Experiencing that heals trauma survivors. She has worked with children, youth and families for over 23 years in the field of education, social service agencies and residential homes and has her own private practice that works with individuals, couples and families.
Christine Harrison, RP
Currently Not Accepting New Clients
Christine Harrison is a Registered Psychotherapist working with Terrace Wellness Group.
Christine's theoretical approach is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model and a client focused approach when working with clients. Christine can provide assessments for adults and children for depression, anxiety, trauma, academic achievement testing, behaviors and emotions, and attention for areas of ADHD and comorbid disorders.
Rosa Inglesi, MSW, RSW
Currently Not Accepting New Clients
Rosa has a (H) B.Sc in Biology & Psychology and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Windsor. She also earned a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University.
She has been working for over 15 years with individuals, families, and groups. Rosa employs person-centred strategies with individuals across the lifespan living with various concerns including Autism, Brain Injury, Cancer, Heart Disease, Mental Illness, Chronic disease, Obesity, Eating disorders through Solution-Focused, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural, Narrative Strategies, and Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT).
Bianca Maschi, Hons. BA, MACP, RP (Qualifying)
Bianca holds a Bachelor of Arts, Honours program, in Psychology with a minor in Women's Studies at the University of Ottawa, an Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Behavioural Sciences and a Masters in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University.
Bianca offers counselling to teens/youth within a family model, adults, couples and families. Her specializations include mood disorders, trauma, LGTBQ+, self-esteem/self-love, addictions and couples counselling. Bianca also holds specific experience working with individuals living with, affected by or at risk of acquiring HIV.
Bianca works from an attachment approach and places a strong emphasis on inclusivity, warmth, and self-compassion. She works from a humanistic and person-centered biopsychosocial spiritual lens to foster both healing and change.
Jenn McNulty, MA, RP
Jenn is a graduate of Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and has recently completed her Master’s of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology.
She has a wide array of experiences in the school system, working with youth to provide support in academic and social areas. By developing a strong relationship, she takes an adaptive, holistic, and collaborative approach to fit the needs of the client to reach their greatest potential and overcome the barriers affecting their mental health.
Rachael Riethman, B.Sc., MA, RP(Qualifying)
Rachael provides counselling to teens and adults with general mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, school or work stress, and self-esteem.
Drawing on a solution-focused approach and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), she works with clients to support them in becoming the best version of themselves. Rachael has a background working with individuals with autism that enables her to provide counselling for families experiencing the effects of autism.