Mental health support for injured workers
Specialty Programs

Layla has partnered with Trillium Health Partners’ Insight Heath Solutions, and its WSIB Specialty Programs, to provide mental health support to workers who have sustained workplace-related injury.

Layla has a dedicated team of psychologists and mental health therapists delivering services in partnership with Insight Health Solutions to help injured workers progress toward their goals. Our clinical team works collaboratively with the team at Insight Health Solutions to provide personalized psychological assessment and psychotherapy in a comfortable environment.

We understand that an injury may affect daily life in many ways. The mental health consequences of traumatic physical injuries can be burdensome and may have impacts on mood, quality of life, relationships, functioning, and physical health. This is where we come in as a partner on your journey to recovery.

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Looking to connect?

This program is available for existing clients of Insight Health Solutions
If you are an existing Specialty Programs client, or for general information about this programs please contact us at:
Email: thp@layla.care
Phone: 647.374.4211
 
For Layla’s private practice therapy service (outside of this program), please contact us at:
Email: contact@layla.care
Phone: 647.374.4210
New clients interested in private practice can register here

Meet the Layla team dedicated to the Insight Health Solutions partnership:

Saretta Herman, RSW | Clinical Director
Saretta brings over a decade of experience working in various mental health settings. She holds a Master’s degree from the University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. She started her post-graduate career at the Clinic on Dupont where she practiced for  5 years while also working in Children’s Mental Health in community, residential, and youth justice programs. In addition to her private practice, she previously was a part of the Health and Wellness team at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Wendy Zhao, PhD, C.Psych | Supervising Psychologist
Dr. Zhao is a registered Psychologist in Ontario. She completed a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at York University . She has worked in a variety of settings including the Women’s Inpatient Unit and the Complex Care and Recovery Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), the Adult Eating Disorders Program at North York General Hospital, and the York University’s Psychology Clinic. She is also in private practice at The Clinic on Dupont.
Dr. Barbara Virley, PhD, C.Psych | Supervising Psychologist
Dr. Virley is a registered Psychologist in Ontario.  She earned an MA in Experimental Psychology (Carleton) and a PhD in Clinical Psychology (University of Ottawa). While a student, she expanded her interests in clinical and community psychology, and program development and evaluation. She has worked as a clinical psychologist for more than 20 years in the Ottawa community in hospitals, school boards and private clinics. She currently works in private practice and provides a range of assessment and therapy services to children, adolescents and adults. She has been an invited speaker at a number of forums, particularly to contribute her expertise in the areas of eating disorders, building resilience, and the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, the Ontario Psychology Association, the Canadian Society of Medical Evaluators, and the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science
Dr. Ronald Seatter, PhD, C.Psych | Supervising Psychologist
Dr. Seatter is a registered clinical health psychologist in Ontario. He helps individuals to live beyond their many health challenges. These challenges include chronic illness, pain, and trauma. Often, relationship difficulties, substance abuse, depression, and anxiety are needed co-treatments. Dr. Seatter also conducts independent medical/legal assessments and treatment planning. Most importantly, he maintains his enthusiasm for teaching and mentoring. He is a regular contributor to forums, seminars, and conferences since 2003. He is excited to join the team at  to continue his passion.
Chantelle Maubert-Stewart, MSW, RSW | Therapist, Specialty Programs
Chantelle is a Registered Social Worker and a Masters of Social Work graduate from the University of Toronto. She has extensive experience in hospital and community settings, and has worked in individual counselling, disability case management and resource navigation with adults, youth and families. She is trained in several therapeutic approaches including CBT, DBT, Mindfulness and EFT and draws on different modalities depending on each client’s unique needs. Chantelle uses a strengths-based lens in helping clients to recognize their own resiliency and power. She has a strong passion for her work and brings a natural warmth, humor and positivity into her sessions.
Taylor McAllister, MSW, RSW | Therapist, Specialty Programs
Taylor is Registered Social Worker and a Masters of Social Work graduate from Carleton University. She began her career as an Emergency Department Social Worker in Crisis Services and from there continued in various positions within healthcare including neurology, nephrology, and long-term care. She has provided support to individuals and families coping with illness, grief, and major life transitions. Taylor earned a certification in CBT and she very much values a person-centered approach in therapy. During her masters, Taylor completed a research project to address impacts of seniors living in social isolation, and a clinical practicum with the Ontario Bariatric Centre of Excellence through the Ottawa Hospital.
Katherine McGuire | Program Coordinator
Katherine has extensive customer service and administration experience and is always looking to improve the systems in place. Previously, she worked as Office Coordinator of a retirement home and in administration for Canadian Mental Health Association. She has facilitated groups for mental health and social isolation. Katherine is passionate about mental wellness and interested in gender-based social issues. She hopes to work toward the destigmatization of mental health while removing barriers to accessing help. Katherine is finalizing her Specialized Honours BA in Psychology at York University. In her free time, she enjoys watching documentaries, cooking vegetarian food, and exploring conservation areas with her two rescue dogs.
Victoria Kodytuakku | Operations Associate
Victoria is a University of Toronto graduate with an Honors B.Sc in Human Biology and Mental Health, specializing in Cultural Clinical Psychology. She later obtained her Post-Graduate Certificate in Addictions and Mental health, cementing an interest in mental health policy, client care, and program development. She has experience in crisis work and leadership through corporate, non-profit, and academic teams. Victoria recently completed her placement at the National Eating Disorders Information Centre (NEDIC) . Outside of work, Victoria is a freelance digital artist, podcaster, gamer, and proud pet-mom to a rabbit named Bean.
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