About | Pegasus Recovery Solutions
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Pegasus Recovery Solutions was founded in 2007 to provide comprehensive services to people dealing with substance abuse.

We recognize there is no one-size-fits-all approach to addiction recovery, so we offer a range of options to meet individual circumstances.

The team at Pegasus has extensive experience and the skills to provide the right level of support and direction throughout the recovery process.

Sue Donaldson

Sue Donaldson / RSW, CCAC, ICADC, CEC

Director, Counsellor, Interventionist

Sue has worked as a counsellor, life coach, interventionist and consultant in addictions and mental health since 1995. She has helped thousands of people to transform lives of suffering in addiction to thriving in recovery. She is well regarded for her expertise, commitment, integrity and professionalism in the addictions treatment field in Canada and the US.  She has excellent, long-standing relationships with many other service providers and all of the component parts of addictions treatment in both the public and private sectors so she is able to consistently ensure that people get the right help at the right time. Sue’s professional associations include the British Columbia College of Social Workers, Canadian Association of Social Workers and Pennsylvania Certification Board.

Lisa Aubrey

Lisa Aubrey / BSW, CCAC, RSW

Monitoring Coordinator, Recovery Coach

Lisa received her Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Northern British Columbia (2000) and a postgraduate certificate in Substance Abuse Counselling from the University of the Fraser Valley (2006). An experienced counsellor, case manager and facilitator, Lisa spent 20 years in rural and northern social work, primarily in mental health, addictions, domestic and sexual violence, and criminal justice.

As coordinator of the Monitored Recovery Program, Lisa is DATAC and DOT certified in biological monitoring.  She is passionate about her role in assisting people in maintaining their abstinence and integrating recovery. In a lifetime filled with adventures, Lisa believes that living and working in recovery has been the greatest one yet.

Lloyd Russel

Lloyd Russell / BSW, RSW, CCAC

Counsellor, Group Facilitator, Outpatient Program Coordinator

Lloyd has a degree in Social Work from the University of Victoria. He has been involved in the recovery community and in helping others recover for over 20 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding to his chosen field. Lloyd’s areas of practice include therapeutic group facilitation, individual coaching, and educating clients and families on mental health and addiction issues and treatments. Lloyd has a comprehensive understanding of Twelve Step recovery, and is trained in areas such as strength-based approaches, motivational interviewing, contemporary perspectives on substance abuse, cognitive behavioural therapy, and effective contingency management of substance use disorders.

Lloyd is a member of Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation, Canadian Association of Social Workers, and Drug and Alcohol Testing Association of Canada (DATAC). Lloyd brings his passion for recovery and wealth of knowledge about the recovery process to his support of clients.

Lucy Price / BSW, RSW(C), CCAC

Counsellor, Group Facilitator, Continuing Care Coordinator

Lucy holds a degree in Social Work from the University of Victoria and is a Canadian Certified Addictions Counsellor (CCAC), with over a decade of counselling experience. Lucy was also honoured as the 2016 You Unlimited Woman of Mentorship and Leadership for her work in the Victoria recovery community. Lucy has a wealth of experience working in residential treatment, second stage housing, and outpatient treatment. This experience enhances her connection with clients, regardless of where they are on their recovery journey.

Lucy is passionate about walking alongside her clients in a way that promotes dignity and respect; and embraces an approach where client’s strengths and experiences are validated. Lucy is experienced in crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and is committed to addressing the unique needs of individuals while assisting them to develop new coping strategies and relapse prevention skills.

Lucy works from a trauma informed, client-centred, anti-oppressive practice framework and is dedicated to providing compassionate, empathetic care to her clients.

Bryn Meadows

Bryn Meadows / RCP, CCAC, ICADC


Bryn is a Registered Professional Counsellor (RPC), a Canadian Certified Addictions Counsellor (CCAC) and an International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC). Bryn has been working in the field of mental health and addiction treatment as a practitioner, program developer, educator, mentor, and manager since 2000.
Bryn is known for her skills in treating concurrent mental health, addiction and eating disorders and for her ability to build rapport with patients and colleagues.

Bryn has worked in Europe, The US and across Canada alongside leading specialists in the treatment of eating and addiction disorders. However, Bryn believes the greatest source of her knowledge and understanding has come through working closely with patients and their families over the years.

Bryn practices a compassionate, humanistic and person-centered approach in her work, and she honours that every individual is unique and therefore will have their own unique challenges, gifts and perspectives that they bring to their recovery.

Bryn is also a passionate and dynamic educator, and is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, facilitating workshops based on the Research of Dr. Brené Brown.

Doug Hilton / MSCRCC


Doug Hilton is a Registered Clinical Counsellor; he has been working in the field since 1992. Over time he has specialized in working with children, teens, adults and seniors in small communities and bigger centres. Doug has worked exclusively trauma, addictions including problem gambling, behavioural issues and psychiatric conditions.

Doug utilizes his training in EMDR, EFT, Hypnosis in his work with clients.  He is also a certified Chi Kung instructor (since 1994) and practitioner. Chi Kung is Chinese medicine through the use of meditation, massage and movement. He studies with Grandmaster Mantak Chia in his training centre in Thailand. He combines his various counselling methodologies and Chi Kung to provide a holistic service that works on mind, body and spirit.

Doug and Master Chia have co-authored a book entitled EMDR and the Universal Healing Tao. The book teaches people about the connections between depression, anxiety, trauma and addictions and describes a new treatment and self-help technique to address those issues.

Doug is also the Clinical Service Provider for the BC Responsible and Problem Gambling Program in Victoria. Problem gambling services are provided free of charge.

Nicola Donaldson / Administrator

Mia & Katy / Office Companions