About The Support Network Online

National Counselling Society

Advisory Board

Dr. Linda Morse, MD, DPM, FRCP(C), ABDA

Dr. Linda Morse is a Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst by training. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Western Ontario. Following her rotating internship at the University of Alberta Hospital, she went overseas with the Canadian University Services Overseas (CUSO) and served as a General Medical officer for the Ministry of Health of the Ugandan Government. She went on to specialize in Psychiatry taking training at the University of British Columbia, and the University of Nottingham. She was Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham Medical School before returning to Canada where she did her Psychoanalytic training with the Ottawa Psychoanalytic Society. For the past 35 years in private practice, Dr. Morse has specialized in individual, group and couple psychotherapy. She has been a part time Clinical Lecturer with the University of Ottawa. In the past few years, she has begun to give some therapy sessions and teaching sessions using Skype©.

Al Goyette, BASc, MSW

Al Goyette has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Carleton Universty in Ottawa, and has been a therapist for more than thirty years. He works with people who have issues such as self esteem, depression, personal or workplace stress, anxiety, extended family or personal relationship issues, where he frequently uses a brief therapy approach on the phone, in person, or via Skype©. Previously he worked as a human resources specialist in a multinational organization where he did team building, conflict resolution, and organization development.  Earlier in his career he was an Electronics Engineer, having graduated with a BASc from the University of Waterloo, and worked on satellite systems, computer communication networks, and geophysical exploration systems. His employers have been in health care, the provincial and federal governments, and private enterprise.

Conny Barry, Psychotherapist, M.A., M.Ed., C.C.C

Conny Barry has been working with individuals, couples and families as a counselor and therapist for over 25 years providing counselling and therapy for the individual, couple and family. She has been a advocate of Support Network Online and valuable colleague of the advisory board. Conny is interested in extending care that reaches individuals in need and has been an advocate for increasing innovation within her community of professionals. Her extensive professional experience has helped guide policy and scope for the online provision of professional services at Support Network Online.