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Colette Forseille

Indigenous Mental Health Therapist

Working with our mental health team, Colette provides evidence-informed practices in crisis intervention, assessment, referral, and intervention services for students and their families. She also provides support consultation and professional development activities within the division. 

Colette holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychiatric Nursing from Brandon University and Master’s of Counselling Psychology degree from Yorkville University. She has worked in public education and mental health in Alberta and Manitoba, and has 18 years of experience working with school-aged children, youth, and their families. 

Approaching therapy from a person-centered point of view, Colette believes in putting relationships first to ensure a collaborative partnership is formed with students and families. She describes her therapeutic milieu as non-judgmental, authentic, and culturally sensitive and often uses an integrative, holistic, and individualized method within the counselling setting. 

Colette is a Métis woman, originally from northern Manitoba. Her families originate from the farmlands of Saskatchewan and the shores of southern Manitoba. She is a mother of four and a grandmother of two and says that her family dog is definitely the biggest baby!

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