Burlington Anger and Counselling Services helps people to better their emotional well-being. An increasing number of people are feeling as if their emotions are unmanageable, affecting their personal and professional lives, and getting the best of them. For this reason, we offer quality counselling services.

Jolae Fuller has her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology and is a registered member of The College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) as a Psychological Associate.

Her areas of competency include Clinical and Counselling Psychology. In addition to her clinical and counselling experience, Jolae is an EMDRIA approved Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, panic disorders, and many others.

Jolae Fuller heads the clinical department and supervises all therapists that work at the Burlington Anger and Counselling.

Jolae provides individual, couples and family counselling to adults. She enjoys assisting clients with issues such as crisis and trauma processing, stress and burn-out management, conflict resolution, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, parenting questions and skills, relationship issues, separation and divorce issues. She enjoys working with adult children of dysfunctional families. Jolae also works with individuals (court ordered and volunteer) doing anger management through The Anger Resolution Program of Ontario (TARPO)™.

Jolae Co-founded The Centre for Health and Anger Resolution in 2003 and co-developed The Anger Resolution Program of Ontario (TARPO)™ and the Awareness Through Conscious Emotions (ACE)™ program.

Jolae Fuller and The Anger Resolution Program of Ontario (TARPO)™ can be seen featured in the International documentary “Enraged” which airs on Discovery Health (US) and TVTropolis(Canada).

NicoleNicole Croft has her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour and is currently pursuing a secondary B.Sc  degree with specialization in Mental Health.  Nicole is currently a registered affiliate member with the Ontario Association of Registered Psychotherapists & Mental Health Professionals (OACCPP), and is eligible for membership with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO).  

Nicole has worked in her capacity as a Mental Health Professional with Burlington Anger and Counselling Services (formerly The Centre for Health and Anger Resolution) for more than 5 years, however has more than 10 years of diversified experience empowering people to achieve their individual potentials.  These individuals have not only included those who struggle with mental illness, but also those with addictions, developmental or physical disabilities, as well as various other at-risk and marginalized populations.   

Nicole brings a unique perspective to her areas of expertise, including; anger management, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and stress/crisis management. Nicole also enjoys assisting clients to learn boundaries, assertiveness, conflict resolution and advanced communication techniques in order to obtain deeper and more satisfying relationships. Nicole as well, works with individuals (court ordered and volunteer) doing anger management through The Anger Resolution Program of Ontario (TARPO)™. Underlying Nicole’s compassionate counselling philosophy, is the foundational belief that “Hope is passion for what is possible” Kierkegaard.

In addition to her work with BACS, Nicole is currently the Founder and Editor of This Makes It Hard To Plan The Day, an online blogging platform dedicated to Psychology, Advocacy and The Arts. Nicole is known for striving towards excellence in all that she does, and models positivity and hope.  She continues to demonstrate a passionate heart and a relentless drive to work to support and empower others.

Hailey Steyaert Have you been feeling anxious, stressed, or Hailey Steyaertdepressed lately? Struggling to connect with others and the world around you? Want to live more in the moment, but find yourself lost in your thoughts or worries? Life can sometimes be overwhelming and feel difficult to manage. I am here to help.
For as long as I can remember, I have had a passion for helping and supporting others. Throughout my life, I was inspired to become a therapist so that I could
have the opportunity to help and support those in need.
I am currently a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who works with
individuals (adults 18+) and couples. Some of the modalities I use include
cognitive behavioural therapy, narrative therapy, emotion-focused therapy,
mindfulness, and acceptance work. My areas of expertise include: anger, anxiety,
depression, communication, stress management, emotion regulation, life
transitions, self-esteem, and grief and loss.
Using an integrative, client-centred approach, I strive to provide a supportive,
safe, and non-judgmental environment to help my clients better understand
themselves, develop healthier coping strategies, and gain an improved sense of
control over their lives. I also believe that a strong therapeutic relationship is the
foundation in which growth and change can occur.
Others have described me as a kind and open-minded person. As a therapist, I
seek to empower and support my clients through whatever challenges and
hardships they may be experiencing. I aim to walk alongside my clients,
supporting them as we navigate their struggles together. I believe in the
importance of respecting and appreciating the individual needs of my clients. I
also focus on the strengths and unique circumstances of my clients, and value
the importance of building rapport and trust and creating a safe space for my
clients. I invite you to reach out if you would like to start therapy with me.