The counselling team at CFS Saskatoon is experienced, compassionate, and welcoming. They are ready to help you live a life of confidence and happiness and are able to equip you with the tools needed to overcome life’s challenges.
Fred Farthing - Counsellor
Fred has Masters Degree in Educational Psychology with a focus on Family Therapy and experience in teaching and counselling in alternate education programs. Fred was a school counsellor for 14 years and works with individuals, couples, and families. He is licensed with Sask. College of Psychologists and registered with Canadian Register of Health Service Psychologists.
Jocelyne Leham - Counsellor
Jocelyne has a Masters in Counselling Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan. She is a counsellor, psychotherapist, group facilitator, and parent educator. As a CFS counsellor, she provides no-fee counselling services at the Saskatoon Food Bank through a partnership with CFS Saskatoon and The United Way. Jocelyne has over 25 years of experience as a clinical health care professional working with a diverse population of various ages, stages, abilities, cultures, ethnicities and religious backgrounds. She is a certified integrative Body Psychotherapist using a mind-body approach to health and wellness. Jocelyne works with individuals, couples, families, and groups, and is a Professional Member of Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association and a Member of North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP). She is a wife and mother of four sons.
Sandra Naccarato - Counsellor
Sandra is a Registered Social Worker with a Masters Degree in Indigenous Social Work from the First Nations University of Canada/University of Regina. Sandra works with adults, teens and children. Sandra believes harmony, balance and healing can be achieved through focusing on the whole person, mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally.
Jaclyn Fiddler - Counsellor
Jaclyn has a Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Regina and a Bachelors of Arts in Indigenous Studies from the University of Saskatchewan. In working with adults, teens and children, Jaclyn believes in taking a holistic approach to healing. Born in Saskatoon, Jaclyn has also lived in various parts of the United States for nine years of her life and values the experiences gained from the many places she has lived. Jaclyn now resides in Saskatoon with her husband Sheldon.