The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine

The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine was founded in Toronto in 1884 and currently has convents located in Toronto and Victoria. As well as their ministry at St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Toronto, the Sisters have a vital ministry of preaching, teaching, spiritual direction and retreats. We meet our clients at the Convent Guesthouse in Toronto, an ideal location for out-of-town program participants as well as for local clients.


The Institute of Family Living

The Institute of Family Living is a multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural team of professional therapists and physicians. Guided by Christian and Jewish faith traditions, the IFL offers psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation to individuals, couples and families. We value the expertise of the IFL and its expertise in addressing family and other important relations in the health and well being of the individuals we work with.


Dr. Cheryl Noble

Dr. Cheryl Noble is a Registered Clinical Psychologist who works with individuals, couples, families, teenagers and children. Her practice is focused on equipping clients with the tools they need to make positive changes, both for themselves and also for the communities in which they live. Dr. Noble conducts psychological assessments, including assessments for learning and behaviour problems. She works extensively with clergy and lay leaders to support healthy and productive vocations within church organizations.


Dr. Edward Beharry

Dr. Beharry graduated with a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Windsor and has practiced as a Clinical Psychologist since 1975. Services provided include personality and cognitive assessments to clarify the sources of such difficulties, individual and group psychotherapies with different therapeutic orientations, and collaboration with multidisciplinary mental health teams. His private practice includes a range of psychotherapy clients experiencing a variety of problems in living.

Marge Watters

Marge Watters is an expert career counselor with over 20 years’ experience in helping people make purposeful career decisions. After earning an M.Div. at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Marge co-founded and led KWA Partners, a career management firm focused on helping people through job loss. Now working independently as a career consultant, Marge continues in her commitment to helping people, clergy and laity, succeed and thrive in their careers and vocations.



Joe Ramsay has over 30 years experience working as a United Church minister, a personnel manager, consultant, coach and small business entrepreneur. His focus is on helping individuals and organizations clarify mission and vocational goals, and navigate the transition and change involved in achieving these goals. Joe is a certified Birkman consultant and works with Six Oaks in its vocational assessment programs.