Posted by Toronto Counselling on March 26, 2019
A big thank you to the parents that have been calling for therapy for their teens and have had to be patient about the fact that we have a waiting list right now.
Marlie Standen, MSW, RSW
Marlie believes that while adolescence can be a challenging and difficult time, it is also a time of creativity, self-discovery and personal growth- this is why she loves working with teens. She uses a diverse therapeutic approach to best meet the needs of the unique individuals she works with. Personally, nature, physical activity and mindfulness play major roles in my life and contribute to my overall well-being. As Brené Brown says, “owning our stories and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do”. She’s passionate about working with people through the brave process of owning their own stories and developing love and compassion for themselves along the way.
Erin began her career in education, teaching with the Calgary Board for ten years before making the move to Toronto in 2017. In that time, Erin focused her work in special-education settings, from gifted programs to school and hospital-based mental health programs. Along with counselling, Erin now teaches with the Toronto District School Board, specializing in programming for at-risk learners. Erin has worked with a wide range of youth over her career, and focuses her counselling around supporting young people whose school success has been impacted by mental health challenges.
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