Meet the Breakwater team
Our knowledgeable, caring, and supportive team is ready to answer your questions, help you figure out if our tools are a good fit for you, and guide you through every step of the assessment and treatment process.
One of our supervising doctors will always be there monitoring your progress and managing any questions or challenges that arise.
Dr. Philip Toman,
Dr. Toman is a clinical psychologist and one of the co-founders of the
Breakwater Institute. He has always been fascinated by the relationship between the human mind, with its memories, imaginings, thoughts, and emotions, and the human brain as it is unveiled to us by neuroscience. He is especially interested in the emergence of new, neuroscience-based technologies that expand our effective clinical toolkit beyond the usual options of medications and psychotherapy.
Dr. Toman completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Waterloo.
Dr. Rickinder Sethi,
Dr. Rickinder Sethi completed his residency training in the Department of Psychiatry at Western University. After residency, he completed a fellowship in Psycho-Oncology and end-of-life care at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto. Dr. Sethi also has interests in novel psychiatric treatments including rTMS, ketamine, and psilocybin. He splits his time working at University Health Network in Toronto and providing psychiatric care in under-serviced clinics within Ontario.
Terri Currie is a registered Social Worker who works as Breakwater’s neuromodulation administrator, providing rTMS and neurofeedback treatment for anxiety and depression, and working alongside Breakwater’s clinical psychologists to facilitate peer support and employment screening activities. She has clinical experience working with children, youth, adults and families, and has administered aptitude tests for police and special constable applicants across the province.
Terri earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Social Work from the University of Waterloo.
Hyacinth Raymundo has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from University of Waterloo. She is a neuromodulation coordinator who is part of the team that administers neurofeedback and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) treatment for anxiety and depression. Ms. Raymundo has experience in providing care for adults with intellectual disabilities and she hopes to continue her career in psychology as a researcher of behaviour and cognition.
Christina Gelinas is a neuromodulation technician at the Breakwater Neuro Clinic, providing rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) and neurofeedback treatments for clients with symptoms of anxiety, depression and PTSD. Her focus is to provide all the necessary information and care to help clients feel comfortable, safe and confident in their treatment plans. With years of peer support facilitation experience, she also works with Breakwater clinicians to administrate and facilitate peer support training