Giving Tuesday: Join the MovementNovember 1, 2023
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Stacy is a registered social worker with a MSW, and a BSW, both degrees were earned from the University of Windsor, graduating from the Master of Social Work program in 2010.
She has 12 years of experience in the social work field, much of it has been spent working with children, teens and their caregivers. She loves helping people from all backgrounds make new paths in their lives, and has worked with Indigenous people on and off reserve in British Columbia and Ontario. She uses a strength based approach that is trauma informed, client centred, using tools from her training in DBT, CBT, EFFT, Indigenous Focused Trauma therapy, and various other trainings. She loves learning, and is always trying to find new ways and strategies to support her clients with anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and life transition stresses, including those related to gender diversity.
She is especially passionate about supporting teens and young adults through difficult times. She feels privileged to be invited into people’s lives and hold space for them, so they do not have to feel alone in their journey to wellness.
In her spare time Stacy likes to be active/in the outdoors with her two dogs, family and friends. She plays sports, and also enjoys some video games (Zelda and Mario type games).
We provide an ongoing one-to-one connection with a professional counsellor. Our online counselling service allows youth to connect with a professional and qualiﬁed counsellor by self referral, to explore the issues being faced in a secure and online environment.