Street Therapy

Psychotherapy, Assessments & 


Street Therapists

Bernadette Street

Registered Psychotherapist, MPsy, RP, (CRPO)

Individual, Family, 

Couples Psychotherapy 

and Coaching

Bernadette is born and raised in the Philippines. After completing her undergraduate in Psychology, she went to North America to travel. Bernadette came to Canada to complete a post-graduate certificate in Autism and behavioural Sciences, eventually immigrating as she worked through a Master of Psychology degree. She has worked as a school guidance counsellor, behaviour therapist, clinical supervisor for intensive behaviour interventions (IBI) for children with Autism, play and social skills therapist, and collaborated with CAMH, Hospital for Sick Children, various schools, and community agencies for research and to support client growth and transition. 

Bernadette has over 13 years of experience working with clients across the lifespan.  She sees individuals with a wide range of concerns including Attention-Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD); Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); Learning disabilities; behavioural concerns; Anxiety; Decolonization and racial identity, Depression including Post-Partum Depression and Bereavement; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); childhood-trauma and personality disorders. 


Licence: Ontario CRPO 3332

Carolyn Shilton

Psychological Associate, 

C. Psych. Assoc., 


Psychoeducational Assessments

Carolyn Shilton, C. Psych. Assoc. will continue to provide comprehensive psychological assessments and psychological services for children and youth 0-16 years old and their families in Brantford and Kitchener-Waterloo. 

Carolyn is a School Psychological Associate and registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario since 1998. She has over 30 years of experience in conducting assessments for children in a variety of settings, including 19 years of working with school boards. Carolyn has system knowledge and experience to help families understand and navigate special education services, and to work with the child's school to achieve the best outcomes. 


Licence: Ontario CPO 3254

Hailey Kolpin

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP 


Individual and Family Psychotherapy 

and Coaching

Hailey received a Bachelor of Arts from Western University, completing an Honours Specialization in Psychology and a Major in Criminology. She then went on to receive her Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Western University. Hailey has worked in youth justice, child welfare, children’s mental health, and the education sector.

Hailey is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Hailey works with children and youth with a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, learning challenges, behavioural concerns, trauma, justice involvement, relationship issues, and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. She also has experience working with caregivers of children with a neurodevelopmental disorder, those experiencing parental difficulties, and those caring for children who are going through challenging times (e.g., court involvement, mental health problems). 


Licence: Ontario CRPO 8161

Psychotherapy Interns, January - September 2022

Bernadette Street supervises all services provided by psychotherapy interns. 

Linda Storm

Master of Arts in Counselling 


(Supervised Practice)

Linda sees clients with a need for short-term counselling. Using a person-centred solution-focused therapy (SFT) or narrative therapy (NT) approach to teach coping skills for anxiety, women's issues, parenting, relationships, family conflict, coaching and changes in your lifestyle.

Previous additional experience spans more than 30 years with Fortune 500 corporations to help you with frustrations with your career and work transitions. Linda is a supportive involved advocate for LGBTQ and feminist communities.

Linda sees clients from 11 years old (pre-teens) and up, including seniors. 

Jay Lavery

Master of Arts in Counselling


(Supervised Practice)

Jason has years of experience supporting youth with ADHD, ASD and various learning and behavioural challenges. Jason is happy to work with an extensive range of clients and organizes his practices around providing Client-Centred Therapy grounded in empirically-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Jason aims to connect with his client wherever they may find themselves in life and help guide them through the challenges they face by aligning them with their innate strengths and skills.

Jay sees clients from 11 years old and up.  

Cindy Stater-Drummond, RP (Qualifying) (CRPO)

Master of Arts in Counselling


(Supervised Practice)

Cindy offers a diverse background having lived, studied, and worked in Canada and the United States supporting BIPOC communities from all socioeconomic backgrounds. As a champion of equity and inclusion, she welcomes all opportunities to work with a wide range of clients, and a commitment to helping girls and women navigate difficult life events, improve their self-agency, and pursue their goals.

Cindy works from a person-centred, evidence-based approach offering compassion, understanding, and a process reflective of the uniqueness of each individual.

Additional experience includes more than 15 years of experience as a certified trauma-informed yoga instructor, high-performance athletic coach, and seasoned organizational development leader.   

License: Ontario CRPO 11240

Administrative Assistants 

Juliana and Cass joined Street Therapy's Team in 2022 and are excited to contribute to the team as they progress through their undergraduate and graduate programs. 

Juliana Sanders Snow

Bachelors of Science in Sociology

Office Manager, Support Group Facilitator

After immigrating and living in Canada for three years, she recently gained Permanent Resident status and joined Street Therapy. 

Juliana completed a Bachelor of Science with a major in Sociology. She now codes and co-authors research concerning transgender social inclusion and exclusion for her university. She volunteers for Shelter Movers, where she's helped hundreds of families relocate from homes affected by domestic violence. She is excited to attend graduate studies this fall to continue pursuing her passion in social justice. She'd like to concentrate on providing treatment to those subjected to marginalization, disabilities and/or neurodivergence as a social worker and psychotherapist while continuing her photography business alongside.   

Cass Eardley

Co-Op Student and 

Social Media Manager

Cass is currently completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph- Humber and has started a co-op placement at Street Therapy.

She is eager to pursue a career in psychology and is also interested in social media marketing. In the future, she plans to attend graduate studies and aims to one day be able to provide effective mental health care for adolescents.


177 Victoria Street North

Suite 101

Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5C5


Phone +1 (888) 977-5820
Fax +1 (888) 510-2079

[email protected]


Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm (EST)
Sat: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (EST)
Sun: Closed