Eleanor Crook, M.ED, RP (Qualifying)
Therapy & Coaching
Eleanor (she/they) is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Ottawa. After having been misdiagnosed twice during her high school years, she was eventually diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood. Her experiences have left her very aware of how difficult it can be to find help and how heavy the mask can feel while trying to fit in to a neurotypical society. Eleanor is a nonbinary therapist who strives to honour clients’ lived experiences of societal oppression and co-creates therapy goals that reflect clients’ unique values and needs. She has training and experience in trauma and abuse recovery, anxiety, stress, depression, and suicidal thoughts. She offers individual therapy for adults/youth, as well as relationship counselling for couples/polycules and those experiencing conflict within families.
Neurodiversity can impact all aspects of our lives, and intersects with other personal identities to affect how we experience the world around us. Eleanor is very passionate about the rights of LGBTQ+ and BIPOC populations.
Both a writer and a reader of sci-fi and fantasy, Eleanor enjoys playing video games and tabletop RPGs, and tends to cycle through other creative personal pursuits - which currently include painting miniatures and candle-making.
Groups & Classes Eleanor Runs