About Us



Paul Young has been providing counselling to individuals and families for over 30 years. He is best known for 15 years of providing general mental health services to children, teens, and their parents and families through a local out-patient mental health service, before leaving to pursue this private practice. Paul attended Wilfrid Laurier University to obtain his Masters degree in Social Work with a diploma in Social Administration in 1992. He has his Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Mediation from Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo. Before that, he received his honours undergraduate degree in Psychology from York University.

For 10 years, Paul ran an emotional regulation group for teens, with school staff, in the Fergus high school. He also developed and ran the CMHC/Trellis group, “Parenting The Extreme Teen”, for 6 years in Arthur, Ontario.

Paul has significant training in Brief and Narrative Therapies, Inter-personal Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Paul maintains ongoing training in topics such as family work, addictions, children's mental health, learning disabilities, assessment skills, trauma treatment, grief, chronic pain and many more.








Anna Young has over 30 years experience working in small business environments, and has significant expertise in accounting and financial management, as well as experience with Human Resources, and addressing conflict mediation in the workplace.

Anna has obtained her Certificate in Conflict Management and Mediation through Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo.

As well as administrating Young Solutions, Anna has her own bookkeeping business. For more information on Anna's services, please e-mail anna@youngsolutions.ca


BOOKKEEPING MATTERS

Therapy Dogs

Therapy Dogs: Our small non-shedding, hypoallergenic therapy dogs will be happy to greet you at the door, and are regularly available to sit in on sessions.
They are happy for a lap when offered, and enjoy a good scratch. Our therapy dogs are friendly, patient, and gentle.

It has been shown that therapy dogs provide affection and comfort to clients and their presence can help reduce the experience of stress, both for adults and children.

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Therapy Dog Information