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Meet The Team

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Kathryn McMorrow

Kathryn has Masters degrees in Clinical Psychology and in Religious Studies and a graduate diploma in Human Relations and Family Life. She is also trained in Spiritual Direction. Based in Montreal, she has done social justice work throughout the Americas, Australia and South Africa, giving workshops and retreats in English, French and Spanish.

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Beth Woelk

Beth is a Spiritual Director, Retreat Facilitator, and Teacher who is passionate about creating welcoming, safe, and brave spaces for spiritual discovery, transformation, and growth. She loves to accompany others in integrating faith and spiritual practices into everyday life in ways that allow our intentions and actions to flow out of Love rather than fear.
Beth’s own spirituality is shaped by her devotion to the Way of Jesus, by daily contemplative practices flowing out of a variety of traditions including Celtic, Desert, and Ignatian streams, by life shared in community, and by the Earth and her seasons. At home in the Niagara Region, she loves to hike local trails, read, grow veggies, and gather family and friends around her table.
Beth has deep roots in the Anabaptist tradition and has served as a church planter and pastor in the Mennonite Church of Eastern Canada. She has rich experience working with leaders and faith communities during times of change and discernment. It is with great joy that Beth serves as a Spiritual Director and Spiritual Formation Circle Facilitator for Soul Care®, a growing community founded by Cathy AJ Hardy. She is also Associate Director and Faculty member for the Soul Care Spiritual Direction Training Program. Her work is trauma-informed and committed to ecumenism, diversity, and inclusion. 

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Cathy AJ Hardy

Cathy is a spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and founder of Soul Care ®, offering courses in spiritual formation and direction. A facilitator of soul work for the past two decades, Cathy is also the author of four books: Love Breathes With Me (2018), Walk With Me (2020), and Love Breathes With Me II (2022), and Pause; A Year of Soulful Meditation (2023).  Cathy has led retreats through Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre the past seven years.

In addition to her passion for guiding others in their spiritual growth, Cathy is also a poet and award-winning singer-songwriter, her most recent album released in 2021 called the Unfinished Song.

Cathy is the proud mom of two adult daughters and she lives in Mission, B.C. among the mountains, rivers, and forests.
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Anna Racine

Anna, Adjunct Faculty at Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre is a life long resident of Niagara Falls, Ontario. Anna is active in Parish Ministry at St. Thomas More Catholic Church as the Ministry Lead of Children, Youth and Family Programs, member of Pastoral Council and ministers on the St. Thomas More Parish Bereavement Team.
Anna presents unique and enriching Workshop and Retreat experiences to address various topics and interests and creates personalized Workshops and Retreats. What started out as a personal journey and weekend Workshop has grown into offering transformative Workshops and Retreats that have changed lives.
Anna is a Facilitator of Grief and Healing Support Programs in the Niagara Region. Anna also has experience in providing Days of Reflection, Prayer and Spiritual Growth and Development. As a Spiritual Director Anna brings her kind and compassionate manner in supporting others along their faith journey.
​Anna was awarded the Niagara Catholic Award of Distinction for her 20 years of volunteer service with the Niagara Catholic District School Board and in Parish Ministry. and received the City of Niagara Falls Volunteer Award for her many hours of community involvement.
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Jane Smith-Eivemark

Jane began her career in spiritual care in Toronto within the University Health Network over 30 years ago. Since that initial residency she has both trained and worked within Providence Healthcare in Vancouver, the University of Alberta and The Royal Alexandra Hospitals in Edmonton, Hamilton Health Sciences and The St. Joseph Health System (based in Hamilton, Kitchener, Guelph and Brantford, Ontario) and within Trillium Health Partners in Mississauga in both the spiritual care department and on the wellbeing team. Jane retired from institutional healthcare in October of 2023.

Part of Jane's passion comes alive while working with individual clients.  Part of her work is also to work with compassion and eager interest in learning while helping people to appreciate the importance of shifting our societal attitude toward death.  In short, Jane hopes that people in our society can more fully appreciate that death is part of life. She views death as an integral part of soul work.

Jane is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists in Ontario and is a Jungian Analyst practising in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She is a member of  the International Association of Analytic Psychologists, the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts, the International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority, and the Canadian Association of Psychodynamic Therapy. Jane is also a founding member of the Pan Canadian Society of Analytic Psychology - a society that hopes to come fully into being in 2025.
Jane graduated as an analyst through the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts (2015). She holds a Doctoral degree in Theology from St. Stephen's College at the University of Alberta (1998) in addition to her education in voluntary sector management at York University (1987). Jane completed her Master's Degree in theology from Regis College within the Toronto School of Theology at the University of Toronto (1985). Prior to being a theological student she completed her undergraduate education in philosophy and religious studies at King's College at the University of Western Ontario (1982).

Jane served as a teaching supervisor with the Canadian Association of Spiritual Care for a number of years. She has taught as an adjunct professor within the Division of Palliative Care, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University and as an Adjunct Faculty Member at Emmanuel College within The Toronto School of Theology.

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