About Me


My name is Heather Drummond and I am a Counsellor at Mohawk College. I am currently on sabbatical this year and want to use this opportunity to continue to share mental health and wellbeing strategies that are research based and practical. You can follow me on Twitter @DocHeatherD and click “Follow” (to your right) to get blog email updates when a new post is ready. I would love to hear your feedback!

I am currently setting up a private counselling practice as well as a series of workshops. It is my goal to create a community of sharing and connection around psychological wellbeing. This is my Changing Minds Project mission.

I am passionate about helping people to live a good and meaningful life, with a full understanding that growth can be messy, sometimes hard, but worth the effort.

Here is a chance to get to know who is behind the scenes. I am featured in a Mohawk College Video. Check it out here:

MoCast Episode 1 Season 2 from Communications and Media on Vimeo.

CHMLRadio Interview

Education 101 Series on CHML 900 – Scott Thompson Show

How does bullying affect the mental health of students? Mohawk College is doing innovative work on addressing these issues to ensure the school remains safe and welcoming.

Dr. Heather Drummond, Counsellor in Counselling services at Mohawk College.

Louisa Drost, Director of Counselling, Accessible Learning and Health Services


(the picture is of my director, Louisa Drost)

*please note that I am not yet registered as a Psychologist in Ontario, currently in progress.

I had a wonderful opportunity to be a part of this documentary as a content expert around psycho-social issues people face once being diagnosed with HIV infection.

I was honoured to be selected and super nervous being on film. However, I have had the most amazing experience of having a few people recognize me from this documentary and tell me that my words of encouragement were very helpful. Pretty cool!

I highly recommend that you check it out. Click Here.

Feel Free to Contact Me!

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