Experienced in working with women, children, men, couples, families and agencies, Connie has a certificate from U of T in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy as well as training in CBT, concurrent disorders, mindfulness/meditation, solution focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, emotion focused interventions, narrative therapy, experiential therapies and addiction treatment. Connie is also an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) with McMaster's Department of Family Medicine teaching Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences.
Connie has specialized experience in DBT, CBT, ACT, mindfulness (informed); developmental services, forensic, addictions, children's mental health, adult mental health, medical social work (adult and paediatric), consultant, workshops and coaching.
With 19 years of post Master of Social Work (MSW, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1998) experience, Connie brings a well informed perspective to clinical practice. She offers a holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing that is evidence based, creative and spiritual.