Energy Tap Counselling and Consultation Services


This year has been a rollercoaster of transformation at Energy Tap.

Tracy has been experimenting with a hybrid work model, and we’re incredibly grateful for those who have helped iron out the bumps along the way. A big thank you to you all!

Tracy’s shift towards this new model stems from the very principles she teaches and shares with others – living one’s best life, honoring personal boundaries, tuning into inner wisdom, connecting with nature and following one’s heart. The flexibility afforded by having a tiny home to roam around in has definitely facilitated the transition. Tracy plans to continue refining her approach in the coming years.

In May, Tracy opted to shift her group practice from a contractor-based setup to an affiliate model. Over the past few years, Tracy has welcomed new therapists into her practice, serving the people of Hamilton with top-notch care. Clients have traveled from near and far to receive treatment from these skilled therapists. After careful consideration at the start of the year, Tracy concluded that transitioning to an affiliate model would be mutually beneficial for everyone involved. We took some steps in this direction, and all the therapists chose to establish their own practices while still benefiting from the support and guidance offered by Tracy.

So what is an affiliate model?

An affiliate model is a type of business relationship where one entity, usually a smaller or newer business, forms a partnership with an established company or individual to promote their services or products. 

In the context of Tracy’s practice, transitioning to an affiliate model means that the therapists who previously worked under her as contractors now operate their own independent practices. They continue to receive support and guidance from Tracy but are now responsible for their own business operations, client acquisition, and financial management. The therapists will continue to practice in a way that allows them to benefit from Tracy’s expertise, reputation, and resources.

This model allows both parties to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship while providing the therapists with more autonomy and control over their own practices. 

Individuals visiting the Energy Tap website  can now schedule appointments directly with affiliate therapists and still receive the same level of care as when booking directly with Energy Tap therapists in the past.

If you or someone you know is in search of a therapist, please visit our website to explore the diverse specialties offered by our affiliate therapists.

Energy Tap remains committed to supporting our contracted therapists, including Jennifer Brock and Fred Tisdall. You can find more information about them on our website.

Tracy continues to provide support and, in some cases, supervision to all the therapists operating within our facility.

Every month, we will be showcasing the unique specialties of our affiliate therapists.


Here is Kayley:

Kayley is a vibrant and passionate clinician who brings an empathetic, honest, and humorous approach to her work. She places a strong emphasis on forming a trusting connection with her clients, valuing the therapeutic relationship as a cornerstone of her practice.

Kayley assists her clients in forging stronger relationships with themselves and provides a safe space for them to embrace their authentic selves. She collaborates with each client, couple, and family to develop their own “toolbox” of strategies and coping mechanisms, along with resources to support their ongoing self-work outside of the therapy sessions. Kayley offers flexible scheduling for both in-person and online sessions and is ready to support you whenever you’re ready to take the next step.

With experience working with youth and young adults, Kayley also facilitates a weekly men’s vulnerability group in Hamilton. She is currently welcoming new members to a Wednesday evening men’s group in Toronto.



Tracy’s highly acclaimed workshop, “Who’s at Your Table,” received rave reviews from three cohorts last year. We are excited to announce that she will be continuing this workshop in the fall, with dates to be announced soon.

We are also thrilled to introduce our latest workshop designed for clinicians interested in providing clinical supervision to others. Tracy will be leading a training program based on her book, “The Compassionate Supervisor. 

Stay tuned for more details!

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