With more than 30 years experience in leadership and management, Clare designs and develops programs to motivate staff, board and volunteers in effective service delivery which meets the needs of children, youth and families.
Hannah Sun Reid
Infant and Child Development Consultant, Play Therapist
Hannah is a Certified Child Psychotherapist, Play Therapist Supervisor and a Certified Attachment focused Psychotherapist with more than 25 years of experience working with children and families who experience life challenges including developmental and emotional difficulties, trauma and loss. Hannah’s expertise is recognized regionally and internationally. A compassionate therapist, Hannah also enjoys sharing her knowledge formally in workshops and conferences.
Infant and Child Development Specialist, Play Therapist
Caileigh is a Registered Social Worker, Infant and Child Developmental Specialist, Certified Play Therapist, and Certified AutPlay Therapist with over 8 years experience in supporting children and their families. She supports children, adolescents, and their families who experience difficulties related to developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), trauma, and anxiety. Caileigh takes a family-centered, playful, and strengths-based approach when working with families and children.
Communicative Disorders Assistant
Olivia obtained her Communicative Disorders Assistant Graduate Certificate and is a trained Life Coach. She has worked with adults, pre-school, and school aged children in areas such as articulation, intelligibility, pragmatics, phonological awareness social communication and expressive and receptive language. Olivia works to build rapport with her clients and their families through play and strives to make her therapy sessions fun and interactive for each client. Olivia wants to ensure each child’s caregivers are well informed and educated on strategies they can use with their child at home.
Heather is an Infant and Child Development Specialist and the Northumberland Bridges Program Coordinator. She completed her schooling in Linguistics and Child Development. She has worked with families and children in a variety of settings and she is also a strong advocate for children who are born premature.
Speech and Language Pathologist
Christie graduated in 2005 from Syracuse University and has worked in several settings as a Speech-Language Pathologist, including as a travel therapist to Nunavut! Christie has a particular passion for working with young children with speech sounds disorders. At home, she is a mom to two boys and two mini schnoodles.
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Mary has more than 20 years experience working with children and families who require additional support to succeed. Valuable knowledge gained in working with thousands of parents and children, combined with an educational background in Human Development, enables Mary to provide advice and support that has a lasting impact on a child’s development.
Judy has supported clients, visitors, staff and programs by fulfilling a multitude of tasks including answering the phone, maintaining client documentation, scheduling appointments, food preparation, workshop preparation, event management and much more for over 15 years.