These people support Collaboration Hub

  • Treena Huxley, MC, R.Psych

    Treena Huxley, M.C., R.Psych. – Registered Psychologist

  • Andrew Fortune Program Facilitator

    Andrew is thrilled to bring his passion and background in wellness to the team. He brings an undergraduate research background in Mindfulness Psychology,  a community and national research background in social collaboration hubs, and a professional arts background in designing community murals in safer spaces. Andrew also brings years of experience providing community support to adults with disabilities and now provides educational assistance full time to students in the Greater Victoria School District.

    Fun Facts: Andrew is a calm capricorn but loves to dance!


  • Sarah Adams, Clinical Counsellor

    Sarah Adams is an Indigenous clinical counsellor. Her mother is Mi’kmaq from Nova Scotia and her father is British. She has a Masters degree in counselling psychology from the University of British Columbia and has been providing adult and youth counselling since 1998 (in private practice since 2007).  Sarah practices within a framework of Indigenous Psychology that focuses on the importance of relationships (with ourself, parents, partners, children, and others).  This psychology is based in collectivism:  the belief that we are all connected and need one another and that our emotions can be impacted negatively or positively by the quality of our connections with those who mean the most to us. In the scope of her practice, Sarah will visit healthy attachments, boundaries, and communication of needs. She is a provider for the First Nations Health Authority and Nuu-chah-nulth Community services and has extensive experience working in the Indigenous community.  Indigenous and non-Indigenous people are welcomed.

    CONTACT SARAH: 250-516-7690,

  • Misha Dhillon, Administrative Assistant

    Misha Dhillon is our Part-Time Administrative Assistant here at the Collaboration Hub.  

    She studied biology and English in college and developed a strong interest in the science of medicine.  Her work background is in Medical Assisting and Transcription and she has worked in private practices and clinics as well as in the Genetics Department at Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.  

    Misha enjoys working with people, especially children, and when she isn’t busy with her family or the Collaboration Hub, you can find her at the Ballet studio practicing her love of dance.

  • Seawolf Counselling

    Mattie Walker, MA, RCC

    Seawolf Counselling

     Pronouns: she/her

    Mattie Walker is a Registered Clinical Counsellor offering counselling for children, youth, and adults.  Mattie’s approach to practice is to hold a safe and contained space for working through challenges, co-creating practical solutions, and offering opportunities for self-reflection and self-discovery. Mattie offers counselling for a variety of life’s challenges including anxiety, depression, trauma, gender-based violence, sexualized violence, gender and sexual identity and diversity, LGBTQ2+, grief and loss, stress management, and relationship and family challenges.


    Instagram: @seawolfcounselling




  • Anne Lyman Music Lessons

    Anna Lyman, B.Mus Jazz – Group and Individual Advanced Voice and Ukelele Lessons

  • Paul Kilshaw

    Local entertainer and magician, Paul Kilshaw has been wowing audiences in Victoria for the past 30 years, after catching the magic bug at the tender age of eight, he has spent many years and countless hours learning and honing the craft, even travelling far and wide to study with the masters in this art. He plies his trade in the Victoria area at such venues as the Royal BC Museum, the BC Ferries Corp and Butchart Gardens and countless festivals and community events.