About Us




Chantal Watier


Addictions and Community Services Worker, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, In-Home/In Office Support for Individuals, Couples and Families, Services available in French or English

Chantal Watier believes that compassion and understanding are two of her strongest traits. Her sense of passion, purpose and spiritual commitment continually fuel her desire to help individuals connect with the innate guidance and capacity to heal that resides within each person. Her goals are to enhance and build on existing strengths while promoting growth in areas of need.

Chantal’s scope of practice is in the areas of trauma, addictions and mental health, including the impact of such on the body as well as on relational and family dynamics. Some of Chantal’s more profound experiences involve eating disorders, hoarding, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression and grief and loss. Chantal’s therapeutic perspective stems from a mindfulness-based, attachment-focused and trauma-informed lens.

Chantal is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) and she holds an Addictions and Community Services Worker Diploma (ACSW). She is also a registered professional member of the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors (OACYC) and qualified to offer the Triple P (Positive Parenting Program).

Chantal’s work experiences include working at Madame Vanier Children Services as a School Community Intervention Partnership consultant (SCIP), an early intervention service for the emotional and mental health-related needs of elementary students and their families. Previously she was a Child and Youth Worker with Craigwood Youth Services where she worked with high-risk youth within the criminal justice system. She has also been a member of the Hoarding Response Crew (HRC) and assisted individuals, who lived in very challenging conditions, reach their goals.

Chantal’s many years of world travel provide her with additional sensitivity in respect to cultural differences. For 12 years, she was a Flight Attendant/Service Director with Air Canada. Volunteering with the Canadian Health Access Network to Soroti (CHANTS) brought her to Uganda, providing humanitarian support to Internally Displaced People (IDP).

“I see life’s journey as an accumulation of many little steps rather than a few large ones. I’m most proud of my persistent desire to seek opportunities to learn and grow”. Chantal, who shares two beautiful children with her loving partner, says: “Our passion for self-sufficiency and preservation of the environment brought our family to practice natural living on a hobby farm outside of London. Overall, no other achievements have yet surpassed the challenging and rewarding sensations linked with being a mother/parent”.

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