Alison Elliott, MSW, RSW

Owner, Clinician

Registered Social Worker; Psychotherapist

Alison Elliott holds a Master of Social Work degree (Wilfrid Laurier) and an Hons. B.A Kinesiology degree (Wilfrid Laurier). She is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers (OCSWSSW), and a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW). With over twelve years experience working in mental health, Alison is dedicated to helping her clients achieve a life worth living. In addition to her general practice, she specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and body image through extensive training, education and work experience in this field. Her work experience includes Clinician in an adolescent day program (Hamilton), Manager of Danielle's Place Eating Disorder Support Centre (Burlington), Social Worker at Homewood's Residential Eating Disorders Program (Guelph), and Co-Manager/Clinician in a multi-therapist private practice (Brantford). She established her own private practice in Cambridge, Ontario in August 2016. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, yoga, traveling, and being with friends. She is a frequent guest speaker in Ontario and is a board member of the Waterloo-Wellington Eating Disorders Coalition. To book a session with Alison please call 226-444-9940, email, or use the 'Book Online' website portal.

Stacey Reinsma MSW, RSW


Registered Social Worker; Psychotherapist

Hi there, my name is Stacey! I am a registered social worker who is passionate about listening and learning with people on their journeys towards wellness and recovery. I have been working in the field for 7 years and have specialized experience working with eating disorders and other experience working with anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, self-worth, self-esteem, coping with life stressors and general mental health. I feel that sometimes life hits us with situations, emotions, and people we just can't handle all on our own. Having someone to lend a listening ear and offer some unbiased support and compassion can make all the difference in times like this. I find it most helpful to explore emotions and look at what they are telling us, talk about shame (it’s ok if you cringe in response to that word), work to increase self-compassion and set goals that align with the work and personal betterment you want to do. I appreciate that opening up to someone new is a difficult thing to do and how important it is to build a comfortable rapport and relationship with your therapist. My promise to you is that I will do my very best to facilitate this. 

To book a session with Stacey please call 519-992-7893 or email


phone: (226) 444-9940

fax: (226) 777-5998

24 Queens Square, Suite 108, Cambridge, ON N1S 1H6, Canada

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