Rosina Mete is a mental health counsellor with a strong research background who currently works within community health in the Niagara Region. Her educational background includes a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counselling from Niagara University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Carleton University. She has facilitated groups for mental health treatment in hospital and post-secondary counselling environments. Rosina also provides presentations on stress management, communication strategies, and personality types for organizations as well as strategies to reduce cyberbullying and bullying for elementary schools. She has experience as a researcher in mental health, health science and academic settings with publications on the topic of educational leadership.