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Carrie Watson

Carrie is a strong believer in the idea that making small changes in one’s life can reap significant benefits. She also believes that self acceptance and a commitment to mindfulness is the key to a meaningful life. Because of this, Carrie helps clients reflect on their lives to identify areas of both satisfaction and dissatisfaction.

Carrie is passionate about working with individuals and families who are struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, poor body image, and self-esteem issues.  

She believes in building confidence from a variety of sources, including healthy relationships, meaningful daily practices, self reflection, and mindful living.  

Carrie guides her clients to consider how the body can support the life they dream of, and teaches the value of being gentle and forgiving with oneself.

Carrie practises with compassion, empathy, and a personal philosophy of non-judgment. She is a sensitive listener ensuring that her clients feel heard, validated, and accepted for where they are and who they are.

Carrie has 18 years of clinical experience in community settings, and has taught at the high school and college levels. She earned a Masters of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University in 2003.

Outside of work, she enjoys travelling, walking her dog, practising aerial silks and making messy art!