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Our Staff

All of the psychotherapists at Camino Wellbeing + Mental Health have Masters level education and experience working with kids, teens, and families.

Leigh Rubel

Registered Social Worker

Alicia Rubel (they/them) is a Registered Social Worker with an MSW from Wilfrid Laurier University. Alicia uses a client-centred, anti-oppressive, trauma-informed approach to therapy. Alicia is a gender queer person and a passionate advocate for 2SLGBTQIA+ rights and other social justice issues. Before joining Camino Wellbeing + Mental Health, Alicia completed a doctorate focused on the psychology of social justice, and gained extensive experience facilitating workshops on gender, sexuality, relationships, and prejudice. When not working, Alicia enjoys embroidering, reading, hula hooping, and hanging out with their cats.

Michelle Walt

Registered Psychotherapist

Michelle Walt (she/they/any) is a Registered Psychotherapist from Yorkville University and has a BA in Psychology with a specialization in Sexuality, Marriage and Family from The University of Waterloo. Michelle holds her pride flag high and has tried on different labels over the years. She identifies as a cisgender bisexual who also accepts queer, gay, and pansexual. Michelle takes a client-centered approach and works from a trauma informed and attachment lens. Before coming to Camino, Michelle worked with youth in care and young adults with ASD. She lived and travelled abroad for many years while teaching and participating with local and international volunteer opportunities for human rights and education. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, campfires, and water activities.

Erin Huston

Community Engagement Lead

Erin Huston (she/her) is a community-building facilitator and public educator. After finishing degrees at the University of Waterloo in Legal Studies and Peace & Conflict Studies, Erin pursued a Masters degree in Social Justice and Community Engagement at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a bisexual, cisgender woman, and employs both academic education and lived experience to engage communities in exploring conversations about identity, belongings, relationships, and self-esteem using a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive lens. Outside of work, Erin likes to spend her time camping, hiking, and working on her next embroidery project.

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