Rob Matula is a registered clinical counsellor and entrepreneur in the mental health field with a passion for helping people who are suffering mentally and emotionally. He is committed to the vision of humanity being healthy and well.
In his private practice, Rob routinely works with people struggling with trauma and is sure to bring a trauma-informed, culturally-sensitive lens to his practice. He believes in his clients innate capacity to heal from their past wounds, offering a safe affirming environment with an end goal of adding strength and courage for them to tackle and grab a hold of the elusive happiness that has escaped them. His goal is to listen keenly, allowing my clients to feel safe to openly express what is authentically going on for them, and, in the process, discover their core issues and start the healing process.
As an entrepreneur, Rob is committed to supporting businesses that promote the healing, growth, and transformation of people in regards to their mental and emotional struggle.
Amanda Weir is an entrepreneur, a social justice activist with a passion for community wellness. She is committed to helping people heal through deepening connection to each other and to the natural environment.
Amanda started her first business in emergency management and environmental consulting after Hurricane Katrina after being personally impacted by the storm. From her personal loss, she created an opportunity to help others heal and rebuild after devastation.
After selling her company in 2016, Ms. Weir returned to university in Vancouver, BC to study Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Adler University. Here she combined her love for business with her passion for social justice and community based change management.
Amanda is a descendant of the United Houma Nation, an indigenous tribe in south Louisiana, and she is committed to ancestral healing, the preservation of indigenous culture, and the empowerment of all indigenous peoples.