Tim has worked in the helping field for nearly 25 years now in various capacities ranging from an E.A.P. representative to a C.A.W. Substance Abuse Representative then onto his present role as a counselor upon completion of his program at McMaster University.
He has always believed in helping others achieve their very best while advocating for them with either employers, benefits providers and families. His present role has him facilitating in both the Road Ahead and the Men’s Alternative Conflict Resolution program as well as his individual counseling sessions at Crossroads.
Neil has worked in the child welfare field since graduation from the University of Windsor with a Masters degree in Social Work. Neil has more than 25 years experience as a social worker in the school system counseling students, parents and teachers.
He is officially retired but volunteers at Crossroads and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
Dr. Jill Grant is a faculty member in the School of Social Work, at the University of Windsor. Her practice background includes group work and individual work with both men and women who are affected by violence, mental illness, addictions and conflict with the law.
Wendy Seguin graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor or Arts in Psychology and furthered her education by becoming certified in Chemical Dependency Counselling. Wendy has facilitated in the CDC program at St. Clair College for over 12 years. In addition she has worked with Children’s Aid and has experience running programs for self-esteem, addiction and anger. Wendy possesses a passion for helping others by creating a safe non-judgmental place to begin not continue your personal journey.