Lori Gill, R.P. B.A., M.A., (Counselling Psychology), Certified Trauma Specialist, Consultant, and Trainer Lori is experienced in working with all ages
Lori Gill, Founder and Clinical Director at the Attachment and Trauma Treatment Centre for Healing (ATTCH), Attachment and Trauma Treatment Centre for Healing (ATTCH) Niagara, and Lori Gill Psychotherapy. Lori is a Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS), Trainer, and Consultant Supervisor for STARR Commonwealth (formerly the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children), a member of the Complex Trauma Treatment Affiliates Program (CTTA), and a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) Trauma Division. Lori is a former psychology professor with 18+ years of experience working with children, youth, and adults in various professional settings. Her diverse background has provided her a wealth of skills in the areas of trauma, attachment, mental health, compassion fatigue prevention, addictions, eating disorders, wellness and education. Lori combines her professional experience with her love for learning resulting in trainings which are a rich culmination of research, evidence-based and best-practice treatment models, and techniques to bring you leading edge, practical, and integrative trainings.
Lori is honoured to have received an Award of Excellence in 2014 for her contributions to the trauma field and to have been named as an expert witness in the areas of trauma, attachment, and reconciliation therapy.
Lori provides consultation and supervision services as well as wellness therapy for helping professionals to prevent compassion fatigue. Our You Tube channel has lots of brief videos which provide an introduction to our Lori's presentation style: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdvxfs1RlYwoHDYePZnysA
Lori is an engaging and sought after presenter and consultant. She provides consultations and facilitates a variety of trainings Internationally helping agencies and professionals become trauma-informed and to deliver trauma-specific treatment. Contact us today to discuss your needs and to set up a customized training for you and your organization
Conor Deeney, MACP Conor is experienced in working with all ages
Conor originally joined the ATTCH team as an intern therapist under the direct supervision of Lori Gill. Conor has a BA Honors degree from Strathclyde University in Scotland focussing on Sociology and Psychology and an MA Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University.
Conor has vast experience working in the non-profit sector with children, adults and families who experience social issues and mental health concerns, which provided him with a strong foundation for his therapeutic practice. Conor is highly educated in the areas of trauma and attachment and is certified in the Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model (ITATM) ®, as well as an array of workshops on the topics of trauma, family development and emotional wellbeing. Conor offers a wealth of knowledge and information which he brings into his trainings to provide an enriching learning experience.
May AL-Fartousi MEd., MA, PhD., RP (Q) Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), Certified Trauma Integration Clinician, Multicultural Educational Consultant May is experienced in working with all ages
May is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying). She completed her master's in counselling psychology at Yorkville University. May has completed intensive advanced training in our Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model (ITATM) ® and is a Certified Trauma Integration Clinician (CTIC). Previously, May completed her MEd., Ph.D. from Brock University and postdoctoral research in the areas of multicultural competence, identity development, equity and social justice from the University of Ottawa. She has academic conferences, publications and experience teaching graduate and undergraduate courses related to cross-cultural experiences associated with families from various ethnic groups and issues related to learning disabilities. She is actively involved in delivering local and international workshops and helping youth and parents navigate various mental issues related to managing stress during COVID, anxiety, and depression. May provides counselling and training services in English and Arabic.