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Registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers # 820503.
Offers: Counselling/Psychotherapy, NIHB, therapeutic writing, support and consultation for helping professionals, training, workshops and resources.
Reaching out for help can be difficult. We strive to make your experience as pleasant as possible. Anne-Suzie, our receptionist will greet you and offer tea, coffee or water while you relax in our comfortable waiting room and enjoy complimentary wifi. She will inform me that you have arrived.
Stella, takes her role very seriously. She greets clients and does her best to make them feel relaxed. She will sit with you if you wish, and let you pet her. If you prefer, she can sit with me. Learn more about Stella here.
Take a seat.
The office is graced with the beautiful art of Pam Cailloux.
The sandtray waits for you. Show me how you feel.
Offered online starting May 22 (8:30am - 12pm EST) $370 4 consecutive Fridays.
Accreditation number RA03292-20 by OPQ (14 hours)
This experiential and educational workshop is offered to psychotherapists and other professionals interested in narrative and expressive approaches. It is geared to those who wish to explore the benefits of therapeutic writing as a tool to enhance wellbeing. Zoom: theoretical, interactive, and supportive. Max 30 participants.
During this pandemic, my practice is entirely by video or telephone. Please contace me if you need more information. I continue to be available Mon - Fri.
My podcast 'Just a Moment with Dima was created with my clients in mind, I wanted to offer short segments of information and strategies to help them cope with stress and anxiety. There are a few episodes available and hopefully a few more will be added in 2020.
If this is an emergency, please call 911 or present yourself to a hospital emergency department.
Check out the Information and Resources page for crisis numbers, information about anxiety and depression, helpful worksheets, information guides and apps.