Having the ability to step back and critically examine the work you do with others as an individual practitioner, a supervisor, manager or director/owner of an organization or business is essential for success. Unfortunately, the closer we get to our work, the harder it is to gain that critical perspective.
As someone looking in from the outside, a good consultant is adept at quickly understanding your current situation, assisting with setting or clarifying your goals, and offering unique perspectives in how to achieve these.
Scott McGrath is a Coach, Therapist, Consultant and Trainer working with individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations. Scott has extensive experience with children, adolescents, young adults (thirteen to twenty-five years old) and adults facing challenges in all life stages. Scott … Continue reading
Audrey Huberman is the founder of Skills for Living (SFL) – a counseling approach that teaches social, emotional and behavioural skills to individuals, parents and families. Audrey is also a professor at Ryerson University in the School of Early Childhood Education, a … Continue reading
David Schatzky has been in private practice for 15 years working with individuals, couples and families. He also works with therapists establishing a practice, or who need a supportive, understanding, non-judgemental sounding board to help them deal with clinical or … Continue reading