In-Person Counselling in Guelph and Online Counselling across Ontario.
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Mary Lee Knox-Bauer

Intern Therapist Snapshot:

Areas of Focus: Anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem and body-image concerns, grief and loss, LGBTQ+, FASD.

Professional Designation: Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology Student, Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Insurance Information: Covered by most insurance plans. Check your benefits for Registered Psychotherapist (RP) coverage. Supervising therapist's license information will be provided for the claim process. We offer receipts for reimbursements.

Counselling Services provided: Individual counselling (16+)

Her approaches: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Strength-Based Therapy, Experiential, Adlerian, Humanistic, Gestalt, and Narrative Therapy for anxiety, stress, depression, and trauma.

Session Fee (50 minutes): $85 + hst

NOTE: Can't find a time on a given day for in-person sessions? Try the corresponding video/phone options for more times.

Some counsellors provide only tele-health counselling on certain days of the week and so their schedule will appear “booked” if you select in-person services.

Mary Lee Knox-Bauer






If you have any questions about the counselling process, take a look at our FAQ section. To schedule a phone consult, email [email protected] or call 519-766-8292 with your questions, phone number, and three time-slots that work for you.

Mary's Profile:

She is an immigrant from Northern Ireland and spent a lot of time moving around due to her father's work, which has provided her with a rich life of cultural experiences. Although she is genuinely grateful as it has been a foundational part of who she is today, she is also happy to have been living in the beautiful city of Guelph for the past six years and to consider this her home.

Mary Lee has a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University (Honors). She also completed a Psychology degree and a minor in Anthropology and Culture from the University of Guelph (Honors) in 2020. In addition, she attained a Registered Psychotherapist Qualifying certificate in 2022.

Mary Lee has overcome many physical health challenges over the years and had to find new and inspiring ways to achieve her goals.

She is a mother who belongs to a blended family of Seven and is interested in supporting people experiencing family issues, depression, anxiety, loss, grief and disability.

Mary Lee brings empathy, compassion and support to her work and feels privileged to walk beside people on their journeys.

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