I am a Registered Psychotherapist serving clients in and around Whitby, Ontario, as well as online. With 10 years of experience providing both short-term counselling and long-term psychotherapy. I work with children, youth, adults, couples, and families presenting mental health issues; behavioral, developmental and parenting difficulties, as well as people managing chronic pain and illness or undergoing critical life transitions such as immigration or divorce. License in Ontario since 2010 with a ​Honours BSc. General Psychology, Masters of Education and Master of Arts in Health and Clinical Psychology.

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This is Caroline,

Her health issues began at just 2 weeks of age. She has been diagnosed with various Rare Conditions including Syringomyelia. To get the full story <click here>

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The Carion Fenn Foundation is a registered charity established to promote health and wellness. We provide support, education and resources for chronic disease management to the public and individuals affected by Chronic and Rare diseases like Syringomyelia, Chiari Malformation, Mental Health and other medical conditions.

Our goal is to ensure that no one who is affected by the physical, emotional or social symptoms of chronic or rare diseases has to go through it alone.

We provide programs such as our 24-hour online support network, Mental Health Forum, Mental Health Symposium, Youth Mental Health Symposium, Women Empowerment Symposium, Health Expo (Rare Disease Expo) and Health 180 with Carion Fenn on Rogers TV Durham.

​Our foundation was founded by award winning Healthcare Advocate Carion Fenn. She is the host of Health 180 with Carion Fenn on Rogers TV Durham, a Town of Ajax Mayoral Candidate, a Member of Lakeridge Health Board of Trustees, Board Quality Committee and Co-Chair of the Ajax Pickering Hospital Community Panel. She is a Past Accessibility Advisor to Town of Ajax Council and Vice Chair on the Accessibility Advisory Committee. Carion is honoured to be one of the 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women 2018 by the Honourable Jean Augustine and her co-authors.