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Connections Registry

Nicole Wilson
Nicole Wilson
Designation:
RSW
Location:
Virtual Only
Types of Services:
CBT, DBT, EFT, Trauma-Focused. Mindfulness-Based, Solution-Focused Therapy
About Me:

My practice is rooted in empathy, collaboration, and mutual respect. Together we will build upon your resiliency and strengths to develop a space in which you feel supported to discover insight into your experiences.   


I am a graduate of the Factor-Intwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto.  My degree included a focus on Mental Health and Health, as well as a specialization in Addiction Studies. I have over 10 years of experience working with youth and adults in areas of: mental health, addiction, crisis intervention, sexual and interpersonal violence, homelessness, marginalization, system navigation, and service co-ordination.  


This formal and hands-on education has furthered my devotion to a systems oriented, strength, and recovery-based approach when addressing individual and family concerns. This promotes a reflection on the whole person and their environment, while avoiding a narrow focus on mental health symptoms. It is important to me to work alongside clients to create insight into their experiences.   


Throughout my career I have worked with diverse clients from a variety of cultural backgrounds and life circumstances. This has helped me gain insight into the complexity of addiction, mental wellness, and impacts on support systems. I have also had the opportunity to develop my advocacy skills, especially with marginalized populations. These experiences have led me to approach my work from a reflective, curious, culturally humble, person-centred, anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed approach.  


Specialties:  Addiction (substance use (including Alcohol), gambling, gaming and technology)  Harm Reduction  Concurrent disorders Experiences of Psychosis  Abuse (domestic, interpersonal, sexual)  Anxiety Depression and Mood Disorders  Stress Management  Life transitions Coping Skills

If you have any further questions, do not be afraid to reach out!

Email: connections@torontocas.ca

Phone: 416-462-1010