Beyond Trauma Recovery

Trauma isn’t something that happened in the event, accident or unfortunate circumstance, trauma is in the nervous system.
Dr. Peter Levine, Somatic Psychology

Beyond Trauma Therapy Inside Clinic

We believe that people are;
Wired for Connection,
Built to Heal
& can Ultimately Thrive

we are here to walk the path of recovery with you.

We are a collective of like-minded individuals who believe in providing a safe space for healing, growth and mutual understanding. Our team is collaborative and shares a deep mutual respect for one another. We like to think that this warm, friendly camaraderie translates to our workspace and services.

Our Vision

To create a safe space that promotes healing and positive change.

Our Mission

To provide an authentic, down-to-earth experience for our clients.

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Our Values


a belief that every individual is capable of change.


a safe, inclusive environment.


a collaborative approach to therapy and healing

Our Story.

In 2015 one of our founders noticed a lack of trauma-informed therapeutic services in our community. She started a private practice that has grown and flourished ever since. Along the way like minded therapists joined the team creating the dynamic and cohesive centre that exists today.

Although we operate as individual practitioners, we have come to understand that we are stronger together as a team. We have faced adversity and believe that the foundation of our centre has been build on connection and resilience. We believe in the capacity to grow and change and we are proud of our journey. We are dedicated to maintaining a welcoming, respectful and unified workplace for our both clients and practitioners. 

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Our Therapists

Brit Lobsinger

Registered Psychotherapist (RP)

Jody Copeland

MA Counselling Psychology, Registered Psychotherapist (RP), EMDR Clinician

L.A Doyle

MA Christian Psychology, D.Div. Registered Psychotherapist (RP), EMDR Clinician

Courtney Firetto

MSW, RSW, Registered Social Worker, EMDR Clinician

Brianna Mainprize

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), RP (Q) , MACP, BA

Ashley Statham

MSW, RSW, Registered Social Worker, EMDR Clinician

Our Fees

50-minute Individual Session: $140-$200
80-minute Individual Session: $195-$300
80-minute Couples session: $195-$300

Our Promise

We promise to grow with and learn from our clients. We respect that each individual is an expert in themselves and want to be part of your healing journey.

Our Insurance Information

Most insurance coverage provides benefits for our services.
Please read below and contact your individual insurer to confirm.

If you are a veteran, most of our therapists are registered with Veteran Affairs Canada, and your sessions can be covered with direct billing.

If you have extended benefits through your work and/or school, we encourage you to contact your provider to see if they are covered. There are many different types of insurance plans and coverage. You will want to check if your insurance company covers counselling/therapy /psychotherapy with a Registered Social Worker (RSW, MSW) or a Psychotherapist (RP). Most companies do not have direct billing, and after you pay for your session, you will receive an email from your therapist that you can submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.

Our Policies

At BTRC, we adhere to best practices outlined by our respective colleges and regulatory bodies.

Cancellation Policy: At BTRC, we understand that there are times when you will need to cancel or reschedule a session. Our cancellation policy requires that you give your therapist at least 24 hours’ notice. You will receive reminders of your appointments via email or text. If you do not provide 24 hours notice of your intention to cancel or do not appear, you will be responsible for paying a fee.

We understand that there may be times when an emergency situation arises in which we may have to waive the fee. If you are sick, we can reschedule your appointment or keep the same appointment by phone or virtually.

Our Confidentiality

The information shared with your therapist is private and confidential. What you share in therapy stays between you and your therapist and cannot be shared unless you provide written consent to do so. We also recognize that we live in a small community, and to protect your confidentiality and privacy, your therapist will not initiate any contact if you encounter each other in public.

In some situations, your therapist is legally obligated to break confidentiality.

  1. If there is suspicion that a child is being abused or neglected
  2. If you disclose that you intend to harm another person
  3. If you are at imminent risk of suicide or if your safety is at risk
  4. If you disclose you have been abused by a licensed professional such as a registered nurse, physician, etc.
  5. If your therapist receives a court order to release all or part of your file to the courts