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PhD Candidate, MSW, RSW, BA


Registered Social Worker

Masters of Social Work

Bachelors of Psychology

Doctoral Candidate

Carly Charron has a bachelor's degree in psychology, a master's degree in social work, and is currently a doctoral candidate researching gender inequities in help-seeking. Using strengths-based and trauma-informed principles, she combines knowledge from psychology and social work to bring an inclusive, compassionate, and non-judgmental approach.

Carly specializes in men's mental health, anxiety and depression.


As with many people who work in the helping profession, I was led here by personal experience and a passion to create a better future. I am a firm believer that all people can benefit from counselling and I am dedicated to creating a safe environment for people to work through the many challenges that come along with being human.

Carly sees clients aged 16+ 


In- Person & Virtual Options Available


$130.00 / 50 Min Session 
$175.00 / 75 Min Session

$195.00/ 90 Min Session

Individual psychotherapy offers a supportive and transformative space for individuals to navigate life's complexities, heal emotional wounds, and cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself. By fostering self-awareness, resilience, and empowerment, therapy facilitates meaningful change and the pursuit of a more fulfilling life.


$175.00 / 75 Mins

$250.00/ 90 Mins

Family psychotherapy offers a collaborative and holistic approach to addressing relational challenges and promoting family well-being. By recognizing and addressing the interconnectedness of family dynamics, therapy facilitates positive changes that benefit individuals and the family unit as a whole.


$175.00 / 75 Mins 
$225.00 / 90 Mins

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Group Lead: Carly Charron, BA[H], MSW, RSW, PhD Candidate


Men can benefit greatly from having emotional support and close friendships with other men. Yet, many have difficulty initiating this type of bond. Men need support just as much as everyone else but until recently, our society has encouraged them to repress their emotions and to solve problems alone.


This in-person, open group offers a safe space for men to make strong connections and authentic friendships by getting to know other men who are looking to better their lives through counselling. Topics vary by week.

First Thursday of every month from 6-7:30 p.m.



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