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National Board of Directors & Head Office Staff

National President - Rosemary Fromson


Rosemary FromsonRosemary Fromson is a Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC), Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling (MPCC) and holds the clinical supervisor endorsement (MPCC-S) as a Qualified Clinical Supervisor. She is also a member of the Canadian College of Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists.  Rosemary is the current National Board Director for British Columbia.

Rosemary previously was involved in local politics both as a Councillor and as an Administrator for a Regional District.  At age 45, while working for the Regional District she returned to College through the Counsellors Training Institute of Vancouver.  For the past 16 years Rosemary has worked with many women and men who have been traumatized, as well as extensive work in the addiction field.  Rosemary began her practice, Illuminating Counselling Services, in a northern region in 1998 and relocated to Abbotsford 10 years ago.  Her practice is open to individuals, couples, victims of crime, and other EAP referrals.  She is a facilitator and has been a guest speaker on several occasions.  Rosemary also facilitates a free CBT group, which she has run for the past 2 years.

Rosemary’s intention as the National Board President is to continue to grow the CPCA and to continue the work of the past 25 years of the CPCA towards a Provincial College for Counsellors based on competency.

Rosemary’s passions are her family: 2 children, 7 grandchildren, and 1 great-granddaughter; as well as writing, reading, and engaging in mindfulness.

National Vice President - Pamela Meaney-Pieroway


PamPamela Meaney-Pieroway is an educator of students, counsellors, therapists, psychologists, Social Workers and other related professionals. She has held various board positions in the past, including chair of the Family Crisis Shelter Association, Director on the Status of 

Pamela Meaney-Pieroway is an active counsellor in a thriving private practice who is completing a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy with a concentration in Creative Family Systems.Women Counsel Board, Coordinator with the Labrador West Traumatic Event Defusing and Debriefing Team and treasurer with the youth justice committee.

In addition to her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, she has completed intensive post-masters training and supervision in marriage and family therapy, art therapy, play therapy and clinical traumatology. Pamela is a Registered Professional Counsellor, a Certified Family Therapist, a Certified Traumatologist, a Certified Employee Assistance Professional and a Registered Play Therapist.

National Director for Alberta and NWT - Russ Webb


Alberta Director Russ Webb

National Director for BC and Yukon - Joseph Eliezar


BC Director Joseph Eliezer 

National Director for Saskatchewan - Stephan Brouwer



National Director for Manitoba - Mia Guenther



National Director for Ontario - TBA



 National Director for Atlantic - Linda Floyd-Sadler


As a longtime member, Linda is very appreciative of the work that has been done and continues to be done on behalf of its
Atlantic Director Linda Floyd-Sadlermembership and the counselling profession. She has been an active professional counsellor since 2005, and operated her own private practice located in Sussex, New Brunswick, where she and her husband Jack have lived for over 30 years and raised 4 children. Prior to entering the counselling profession, her background was in a variety of helping fields in the non-profit and adult education sectors, and both seemed to offer a kind of natural experiential transition to the work she currently does.  Linda has worked to develop professional partnerships and relationships with a variety of Provincial Programs, and several EAP/EFAP programs, and she regularly serves clients through these pathways, in addition to those who self-refer. She enjoys working across a diverse spectrum of life challenges and issues, and has extensive experience in such areas as parenting, partner and family relationships, separation and divorce, post-trauma care and recovery, and substance use assessment.  Linda looks forward to connecting with CPCA’s Atlantic membership in the weeks and months ahead, as part of an effort to support its continued growth and development within our region, and she invites and encourages any and all members to reach out to her at any time.  

Head Office Staff 


Executive Director, Eva Kelades, RPC, MPCC 

Eva KeladesEva has been providing mental health services since 1991. Expanding her education and skills, Eva became a Registered Professional Counsellor with the CPCA in 2006 and has been a Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling since 2011.

Eva has consistently engaged in community work and has passionately served in a variety of local and national non-profit organizations. She has supported a number of organizations such as the Elizabeth Fry Society and as Director and Mentor of community children and youth programsPresently, she serves as Media Director to a street program working in the inner city of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 In 2015, Eva became the National President of the CPCA. In this position, she has continued along the same path of exceptional strategic planning with the National Board of Directors ensuring the highest standards of “Excellence in Competence." As a National Director of the CPCA, Eva has been consistently dedicated to the promotion of the competency-based model for certification of professional counsellors and to the expansion of its membership nationwide. Her service began in 2009 as the Atlantic Director where her efforts were focused on Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the need to create safety for the counselling profession that was being bombarded by a “Master’s Level only” recognition with the Counselling Therapist Act. In 2013, as the National Vice-President she led the Governance committee in fulfilling the mandate of transitioning the CPCA into the new Not-for-profit Act. Some of her achievements were the updating of the CPCA Bylaws, processes and practices to become compliant with the new Act. These accomplishments brought the CPCA into complete compliance a year earlier than mandated by the Federal Government.

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 Dr. Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg RPC, MPCC-S, DAAETS, ACS


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