Jacquie Nedohin

Individual Therapy, Student Therapist


Jacquie is currently completing her Master’s in Counselling and Psychology with Yorkville University. While working towards her degree she volunteers with Kids Help Phone as a crisis responder. In this role, Jacquie has supported over one hundred kids in crisis using a calm approach and offering support through validation and empathetic listening. She has gained experience working with a large variety of individuals experiencing a range of concerns such as depression, anxiety, LGBTQ+ related matters, grief, relationship troubles, school, and interpersonal issues. 


Jacquie is passionate about empowering clients to utilize self-compassion and believes that by understanding that mental health challenges are part of the human experience we can work towards realistic goals. She strongly advocates for mental health access and the integration of mental health services into everyday life. Through her work, Jacquie hopes to connect with clients by creating a safe and comfortable place for positive change. 


Understanding that all clients have unique needs Jacquie works to offer individualized approaches to best collaborate with her clients. She believes in integrating evidence-based theories into her practice and adapting to best meet client needs. Jacquie is a huge mental health advocate and offers genuine concern and compassion to support her clients. She enjoys reading, writing, being active, and doing DYI projects in her spare time. 


To book an appointment or learn more, please email jacquie@psychotherapyinthecity.com