THE INTAKE PROGRAM
The intake process will help you problem solve immediate concerns or issues, determine needs
and connect you with a resource professional from our team. The intake session is 50 mins to
create a plan and identify next steps you can take to work on your desired change.
EXPLAINING THE PROCESS
IS THIS PROGRAM RIGHT FOR ME?
The intake program is designed the be a first step for all clergy and spouses going through various kinds of mental health struggles. Whether you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, addiction, depression, anxiety or you simply need someone to talk to about your personal life or work related struggle, we encourage you to reach out to us.
MEET THE INTAKE TEAM
Click the "Contact" button under the Intake Team Member you would like to contact. It will allow you to email that person. Please leave them: Your Full Name, Phone Number, Email Address, and What you're going through (you can say as much or as little as you desire).
Once you have submitted your request to meet with an Intake Team Member, if you are not contacted within 24 hours, please call the confidential WWI phone line and leave a voicemail. (905) 614-0914 Ext. 5. This extension is confidential. Only an Intake Team Member will answer or pick up your message.
As an experienced Therapist, a certified Coach, a trained Theologian and Pastoral Care and Counselling expert, Damian Devonish, B.A., M.Sc., RP, understands the transformative power of addressing spiritual imbalances alongside emotional and physical needs. This highbred, integrative approach attends to all aspects of the self, supporting each individually while also bringing them together to create One Harmonized Whole. A person-centred therapist at his core, Damian practices with a dedication to Congruence, Empathy and Unconditional Positive Regard. Drawing on the best practices of psychotherapy, Damian takes an eclectic approach to treatment, emphasizing the importance of holistic healing. He currently specializes in facilitating therapy for the treatment of addictions (substance or sexual), depression/anxiety, trauma, Christian spirituality, and couples therapy.
BEATRIZ E. HERRERA (Spanish)
Beatriz completed her bachelor's degree, specializing in Psychology, and her Specialist in University Teaching Certificate, in Colombia. She acquired her Intensive Educational Support Diploma in Canada. She currently works with the Peel District School Board. Beatriz has been associated with the Brampton Church of the Nazarene for 17 years, with leadership and advisory positions in the various ministries of the congregation. Her passion is to serve the community because she recognizes the importance of supporting the family in Christ during the different stages of life.
Kayleigh completed her Bachelor of Arts with a Social Psychology focus, then went on to complete her nursing diploma, and addiction medicine diploma. She has 10 years of mental health experience in both clinical and non-clinical environments. Kayleigh works in a variety of organizations providing mental health and wellness support. She is passionate about seeing the stigma of mental health diminished. She lives in Hamilton Ontario with her husband Dan.