Our Board

  • Shelagh Fowler

    Treasurer, Supervision Committee, Billing Access Committee

  • Janice Tilley

    Director, Registration Committee, By-Laws Committee

    Janice holds a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice and a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology.  She is a Licensed Counselling Therapist and Canadian Certified Counsellor who is passionate about providing others with practical tools to enhance and maintain relationships, mental wellness, and fulfillment in their professional and personal lives.  She has worked in the mental health field for over 25 years, starting her career working with at-risk youth, and then teaching at the college level, before becoming a counsellor in 2006.  Janice works in private practice at Empathic Life Solutions.

  • Eleanor Kreplin

    Director, Registration Committee. By-law Committee

    Eleanor holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Dalhousie University and a Masters of Arts in Counselling. Eleanor started her professional career with Child Protection Services in Ontario, working with adolescents. Since then she has worked with various non-profit organizations and in 2014 opened her own private practise, Changing Tides Counselling, working with individuals and families. She is passionate about providing a safe and calm place for clients and being present with them as they navigate their way through difficult struggles. Her training, personal experience, and journeying with clients has shaped her into who she is today as a therapist.

  • Réal Leclerc


    Réal Leclerc has a Bachelor’s in psychology and a Master’s in Career Counselling from Université de Moncton.  He was President of AFCONB (Association francophones des conseillères et conseillers en orientation du Nouveau-Brunswick) and NB Francophone Director with CCA (now Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association). In his mandate with CCA, he was part of the organizing committee of the CCA Annual Conference held in Moncton in 2008 and was a driving force in bringing representatives of the 3 Counselling associations of NB together to achieve the regulation of counselling therapists in NB.   He is offering his services as President of the College of Licensed Counselling Therapists of NB because he wants to make a significant contribution to promote the professional services provided by its’ members in order to have them recognized by Insurance Companies and within different Provincial Departments (Health, Education, Social Development, etc.).