Jennifer is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers who provides counselling services at Daya Counselling Centre. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. Jennifer is an approved EMDR clinician and a member with EMDRIA.
Jennifer has worked with an assortment of agencies including hospitals, community organizations and in the criminal justice system. Jennifer has a wide spectrum of clinical experience pertaining to adolescents and adults. These include at risk or in crisis individuals in the areas of self-destructive behaviours, complex trauma, addictions, sexual abuse, mental health, anxiety and panic attacks, stress management, and bereavement. Jennifer’s training and experience in working with diverse and disadvantaged populations include: criminal justice system (both male and female offenders), mental health, developmental disabilities, minorities, women’s issues and youth. Her practice focuses on empowering clients to overcome difficulties and self- defeating thought and life patterns through the process of promoting their self-awareness, developing and utilizing problem solving techniques and enhancing life skills.
Jennifer graduated from the King’s University College obtaining an Honours Bachelors of Social Work degree as well as a Master’s of Social Work degree. She also has her Social Service Worker Diploma, Human Services Foundation Certification and General Arts and Science Certification from Fanshawe College.