Real life change
About Corner Counsellor
Genevieve Alao MDiv, RP
Genevieve is passionate about journeying with those going through challenging life circumstances. She is committed to the change process…because real life change takes time and attention. Genevieve founded Corner Counsellor to provide affordable, accessible and appropriate one-on-one sessions, community courses and group workshops in under-served neighborhoods. Corner Counsellor is also a mentoring and launching platform for newly registered therapists. When Genevieve is not speaking at a seminar, running a workshop or working directly with clients, she is teaching students at Tyndale University & Humber College in the Department of Health and Human Services and the Faculty of Social and Community Services respectively.
As a partnering and consulting therapist within the GTA, Genevieve continues to focus on developing models for culturally relevant practice and advocate for anti-oppressive frameworks within the mental health care profession.
Self care for Genevieve includes reading, traveling, writing, exercising and going to the theater.
Ingrid Edwards Psychotherapist Intern
Ingrid is completing her MDiv in Clinical Counselling and offering sessions as a psychotherapy intern; she is also a Registered Facilitator with Enrich Canada, allowing for pre-marital and post-marital couples’ assessments. She has client experience in building rapport, performing consults and intake sessions, assessing concerns, and formulating treatment plans. Ingrid is in the process of developing her integrative modality style of counselling. She is applying for the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario’s Qualifying License and is actively expanding her counselling knowledge base by interacting with a diverse client population; minority groups, individuals, couples and family counselling.
As a personal passion, Ingrid pours into community groups such as Kujenga Family Wellness Project as an Advisory Council Member; providing leadership, knowledge and experience through Afro-Canadian community based workshops, webinars and programs. As well as, becoming an associate to Generation Chosen, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the emotional intelligence of young adults in underserved populations.
In practicing her own self-care; Ingrid works out, enjoys live music, travels, hikes and spends quality time with those close to her.
To improve mental health for individuals, couples and families everywhere.
To provide quality, affordable clinical counselling services on every corner of every neighbourhood throughout the world.
Accessible: you can find support at your convenience within a reasonable distance from your home, school, office etc. This means that everyone has equal opportunity to better their lives, families, relationships and communities.
Affordable: you pay reasonable prices, you obtain subsidy or you are covered by an insurance company. This ensures everyone can get the help they need.
Partner with governments, organizations and registered counsellors to offer low-cost/high quality programs, sessions (group or solo) and psycho-educational workshops (online and in-person) to individuals, groups, couples and families.
EXECUTE – Courageously do what has not been done
IMPACT – Change the world one sound mind at a time
EMPOWERMENT– Collaborate with whosoever is ready for real-life change