Cultural Counselling

The Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) is proud to be able to offer various forms of cultural counselling for our Indigenous students. Visiting Elders and Cultural Counsellors are available to meet one on one with students by appointment as well as by drop in. to learn more about when Visiting Elders or Cultural Counsellors are available at the ISC, please visit our calendar

To book an appoiintment with a Visiting Elder or Cultural Counsellor, please email, phone, or drop in to see Mandy Bragg at the Indigenous Student Cente. 

Cultural Counsellors

Allie Baillie

Métis Community Wellness Worker - Métis Nation of Ontario, London

Allie is a self- identified Métis counsellor working for the Métis Nation Ontario in their London Office. In her role, Allie works to provide decolonizing support to folks who wish to learn more about their culture, access peer counselling, provide system navigation and referral support, and work towards reducing family/relationship violence and promoting public health among Indigenous peoples. Allie’s program is free, available to any age, and does not require a status card.

Allie is also studying at Laurentian University in the Indigenous Social Work Program, and is from the Grand Bend area. She uses decolonizing and feminist approaches in her work, and strives to have a strong connection to the land and community around her.