Our Board

  • Pat Donihee

    President

    As far back as I can remember a love of learning has been a focal point in my life.  Formal education, workshops, seminars, webinars, self-study….and don’t forget books I continue to love it all.  I am a Licensed Counselling Therapist, a trained and qualified coach, a certified elder and family mediator with extensive experience in a variety of settings with a broad cross section of clients. I commit to combining my extensive professional skills with my warm and caring approach to help my client’s live life as fully as is possible regardless of their starting point. I have a special zeal for supporting people who are seeking to awaken to a richer fuller life through discovering who they really are under layers of social conditioning. My commitment to my own ongoing growth and development means I will always have something new to offer to my clients.

  • Sylvie Arseneau

    President-Elect

    Sylvie Arseneau is a professor of Counselling at the University of Moncton. Her greatest passions, of counselling and university teaching; provides her with the opportunity to combined both roles that she adores.

  • Shelagh Fowler

    Treasurer/Secretary

  • Tanya Hachey Bourgeois

    Board Member

    Tanya holds a bachelor’s degree in family studies (minor in psychology) and a master’s degree in career counseling at University de Moncton. After her bachelor’s degree, she first started her career in family intervention working closely beside families and children accumulating 5 years in this field. She also taught college courses within this discipline, and during this path, she has obtained her Reality Therapy/Choice Therapy Certification and NBO (New Born Behavioral Observation). She has working experience as a career coach, and presently, as a Career Counselor (Licensed Career Counselor since 2017).

  • Kim Landine

    Board Member

  • Christine Morton

    Board Member

  • Stephen VanSlyke

    Board Member

    Stephen VanSlyke is a nurse educator at UNB Fredericton in the Faculty of Nursing where he provides classroom and clinical teaching in mental health and addiction to undergraduate and graduate students. He also teaches an introductory counselling course. His clinical work and teaching in the area of mental health nursing has spanned over 30 years. Stephen is involved in the provincial and local boards of the Schizophrenia Society of New Brunswick. He has served on the Mental Health Services Ministerial Advisory Committee and has volunteered for other community groups.