About Us

Majestic Minds Mental Health and Autism Services located in Georgetown is a multi-disciplinary team of experienced professionals dedicated to serve the autism and mental health community.  We use evidence-based tools in the community to help integrate and create an inclusive environment for our clients. We firmly believe in our Core Values: R.I.S.E. With these four pillars, Respect, Integrity, Support, and Empathy together we RISE! We offer a range of services including Behavioral Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Respite Services. We are listed on Ontario autism program as well as www.autismontario.com

Our Promise

We value transparency and honesty and will commit our time to help individuals on a personal level.

As educators and advocates of a safe and respectful environment, we will work collaboratively with you and your loved ones to ensure the healthy development of your child. With love and patience, we will endeavour for a brighter future.

Our Mission

We at Majestic Minds love to see our clients thriving and achieving their goals for a better tomorrow. We make it our duty to provide the support and resources necessary for families to grow and accomplish their goals. By applying an evidence-based approach, we seek to make learning opportunities both engaging and enjoyable in a natural teaching environment.


Majestic Minds Mission
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Our Philosophy

At Majestic Minds, we believe that every child has the capability to learn when their environment is tailored for their unique needs. We prioritize catering to the needs of every child to provide an accessible and functional learning environment to promote healthy development. Our methods are based on the principles of Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA), and we strive to ensure our clients’ needs are met using evidence-based practices.

Early intervention therapy is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is amongst the most important investments that families can make in those individuals with special needs as it is critical to reducing dependency. As such, we believe that it is of fundamental importance to:

  • Recognize and respect each child’s physical, emotional, and intellectual individuality, in a safe and encouraging environment.
  • Nurture self-esteem and creativity to ensure that each child develops according to their capacities and interests.
  • Offer programs that foster independence, self-confidence, and social responsibility, in conjunction with academic opportunities that promote the development of each child’s learning style.

Our Team

A passionate, empathetic, and caring team of therapists and professionals is the biggest strength of Majestic Minds Mental Health and Autism Services in Georgetown. Our passion lies in helping families, and their loved ones diagnosed with special needs.  Our goal is to provide support to our clients throughout their personal journeys. We are committed to making the lives of our clients and their families easier.

Christina Shamsundar

Senior Therapist

Christina graduated Ryerson University in 2017 with a degree in Child and Youth Care. After graduation she quickly obtained a position as a ABA therapist in the private sector and loved seeing children on the Autism Spectrum learn and develop using ABA practices. With her passion, drive, and ability to think ‘outside the box’ when working with kids, she became a Lead Therapist shortly after.

She also has experience working with kids on the Autism Spectrum in the School Board setting. Christina puts her heart in her work and tends to each kids needs on a individual level, taking her time to identify the needs of children, and encourages individuality and independence. She believes that every child has the right to quality education, and believes learning should be fun.


Uzma Imran

Behaviour Therapist

Uzma has over ten years of experience working directly with children on the autism spectrum disorder. Uzma has a specialization in behavioural sciences with a background in psychology and early childhood education. Uzma has plans to pursue her BCaBA in the near future to further her already experienced background in specialized child care.

Apart from a sound education, Uzma has been working as an instructor therapist for the past several years, with both government regulated facilities as well as private centres. Uzma is very fun, friendly and caring. She always puts her clients and families first, always catering to their needs. She always finds a fun and interactive way to engage her clients to ensure their goals are met. Uzma is an amazing asset to the Majestic Minds team and has many plans to see her clients grow and flourish in their own unique ways.

Raj Bacchus, MSW

Social Worker

Raj is a registered social worker under the Ontario college of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. With over 30 years of direct experience, Raj has worked with all populations including special needs. Raj uses several methods of traditional psychotherapies in her work, those including cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT), mindfulness practices, solution focused therapies and behavioural interventions.

She loves to work with children and families, to provide them with the support they need to create change, helping them achieve health and wellness. Raj promotes change in her clients by creating a warm and inviting atmosphere, where her clients feel safe to share. She works together with her clients to create goals and solve problems by creating healthy and maintainable coping skills, that will last long after therapy is complete.

Jennifer Harper, BCBA

Board Certified Behaviour Analyst

Gunjan Kapoor, M.SC (ASLP) CASPLO

Speech-Language Pathologist