Ann is a Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist who works collaboratively with her clients to develop a strong therapeutic relationship and gain a better understanding of their situation. Ann creates an inclusive, accepting and non-judgmental space for clients to feel understood. Working from a strength based, trauma informed framework, she uses a psychodynamic lens to explore past experiences which may be contributing to present difficulties. With understanding and insight comes relief from symptoms and the ability to move forward with a greater awareness of one’s self.
Ann’s experience includes working at The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, The Michael Garron Hospital and George Brown College. Some of the difficulties Ann has worked with include life transitions, relationship issues, parenting difficulties, loss and grief, chronic illness, anxiety/depression, the impact of developmental trauma, self-esteem, identity and belonging, as well as issues pertaining to adoption.
“By linking the past to the present and working in the here and now, together, we are able to gain a deeper understanding of internal conflict and interpersonal difficulties.”
320 Danforth Avenue, Suite 202a, Toronto ON, M4K 1N8
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Master's of Social Work (University of Toronto)
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