Laura Fess has over a decade of experience working with youth, families and couples as they navigate various life experiences. She is an attachment and trauma-informed therapist with an advanced diploma in Child and Youth Work, as well as both an Undergraduate and Masters degree in Social Work (RSW). She has been trained in many modalities including: the Gottman Method, CBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and SFBT. 

 As a social worker, Laura sees individuals, couples and families as a holistic system; one that includes history, family, experiences, location and cultural expressions. Her goal is to work with both the micro and macro elements of each system, utilizing evidence-based interventions to support clients as they process the roots of their needs as well as develop skills and tools to navigate various symptoms.

Laura is kind, bubbly, compassionate and committed to creating a judgement free environment where individuals, couples and families can safely explore how they experience the world, and the ways in which they want change. Laura is also a digital native and is proficient with the HIPAA & PIPEDA compliant Jane App for virtual therapy sessions; she welcomes both in-person (Covid policy compliant) as well as virtual bookings. 

VIRTUAL SESSIONS: Available Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays

IN PERSON SESSIONS (BARRIE): Available Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays


BA Psychology, BSW, MSW, RSW

Michelle Williams is a strengths based and attachment informed therapist with a BA in Psychology from York University as well as a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master of Social Work from The University of Waterloo (RSW). Michelle is trained in relational and narrative modalities and considers systems theory, person-in-environment, as well as motivational interviewing while supporting clients.

After experiencing her own bereavement and working in hospice, Michelle went on to co-author a grief literacy training program (Being Here Human) that has been attended by over 1,000 participants in the last 4 years. In addition, Michelle is considered to be one of a handful of BIPOC Grief Experts in Canada, and is uniquely equipped to provide a safe environment for those processing a history of colonization, intergenerational grief, as well as the experiences of loss impacted by marginalization and intersections of identity. She also has a keen interest in supporting the experiences of menopause and post-menopause, and creating a space that is positive and validating to those in that phase of life.

Michelle is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where couples, families and individuals can safely begin to process their histories, grief, family dynamics, as well as any intrusive symptoms that have created a barrier to their experience of wellness. She is committed to walking with clients, and supporting them at whatever stage of life’s journey they find themselves in.

VIRTUAL SESSIONS: Available Mondays & Tuesdays

IN PERSON SESSIONS (BARRIE): Available Wednesdays



Stephanie is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and achieved her Master of Social Work in 2013. Stephanie has been working in the Social Work field for over 10 years with people from various backgrounds.

Stephanie provides a focus on mental health and addictions work with clients and utilizes various practice modalities some of which include, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, and a mindfulness/body awareness approach.

Stephanie has been fortunate enough to find her passion working with and helping others. She truly believes that change is possible, and the first step is overcoming apprehensions and making the call for support. Stephanie believes that through using various practice modalities along with working at the client’s pace, that true change and growth are possible, and those learned skills can be carried forward long-term to evoke positive change and self-discovery. Stephanie works to create a safe space that is non-judgemental, empathetic and where clients are free to discuss their specific goals and tell their story.

You are important, and Stephanie can assist you in developing skills to better your quality of life. Stephanie works to ensure that clients feel confident in utilizing the skills they have learned to live more full and enriched lives.

Stephanie works from an anti-oppressive lens and welcomes people from all different backgrounds.



Dru will be joining the VOX Mental Health Team late 2022; taking clients virtually, or in-person through our London Ontario location. He is passionate about helping individuals, couples and families. He uses cognitive behavioural, solution-focused, and person-centred approaches to counselling.

Before pursuing his MA in Counselling Psychology, Dru earned a Bachelor of Theology from Masters College and Seminary and a Master of Theological Studies from McMaster Divinity College. Dru loves sports, good coffee, reading, long-distance running and spending time with his family.

Dru is a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and is a Registered Psychotherapist Qualifying.