Dr. Rosina Mete, Director

Dr. Rosina Mete is a Registered Psychotherapist (Ontario) and a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA). She is presently the Director of Faculty at Yorkville University within the Master of Counselling Psychology (MACP) program. Before joining the Yorkville team, she worked in community health, hospital, academic, and private practice settings. Dr. Mete has won awards for her academic and clinical work. Her research and publications include equity and access to mental health care, stress management, addressing stigma, values-informed leadership in higher education, and technology in education.  

Dr. Mete has a vested interest in suicide prevention and interventions. She recognizes the importance of education and awareness to address stigma as well as the importance of culturally sensitive resources to address suicide rates across the country. 

Her educational credentials include a BSc in Psychology from Carleton University, a MSc in Clinical Mental Health Counselling and a PhD in Leadership and Policy both from Niagara University. She was born and raised in the Niagara Region where she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and participating in local artistic, culinary, and musical delights.