Jeanine Bach Lan Ho, M.A., F.A.A.E.T.S., R.P.

Since 1997, after her graduation of M.A. in Counselling Psychology, Jeanine practiced under the supervision of a psychologist or psychologist associate, member of the College of Psychologists in Ontario.  In April 2015, she became a Registered Psychotherapist with CRPO.

Equipped with a B.Sc. in Psychology from U. of Toronto and a Master degree in Counselling Psychology with the Adler School of Professional Psychology (Toronto-Chicago), she offers a mixture of her Asian heritage, a French culture, and over thirty years of immersion in a multicultural Canadian setting.

She practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a touch of empathy, ample creativity and tons of flexibility.  Her clear and methodical approach allows her clients to regain their normal functioning within a short period of time.  She uses the Adlerian psychodynamic analysis (e.g. a childhood memory)  when necessary.  She is knowledgeable in Ignatian Principles.  She also volunteers on a Lay Ministry with Society of St Vincent de Paul in Scarborough since 2016, visiting people in need at their home.

Her clientele consists of individuals suffering from traumas, depression, anxiety, or couples going through crisis, domestic violence, or families with relationship/parenting issues.  She contracted with Ceridian Lifeworks, and accepted WSIB, Telus as well as third party insurance through Dr. Rockman, Psych.

She speaks fluently English, Vietnamese, French, and a few words of Tagalog.