- Children 6+
- Families (Reunification Therapy)
Jasmin is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) and the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW). Jasmin holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Windsor, Bachelor’s Degree of Social Work from Lakehead University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Disability Studies from Ryerson University.
Jasmin has personal and/or professional experience in various aspects and understands the complexities that life can come with. This includes poverty/low income communities, childhood trauma, physical and sexual assault, PTSD, addictions and mental health, self-harm, family reunification and the LGBTQ+ community. She also has many years working with children and youth with ASD, ADHD, OCD, BP and BPD. She has an extensive understanding of the broad spectrum that these specific disorders come with and understands that they present differently for everyone.
Jasmin appreciates working from a psycho-dynamic therapeutic approach and encourages free-association which allows the individual(s) to decide the flow of conversation. Jasmin has knowledge in a variety of therapeutic approaches like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused and Attachment Therapy, and is able to support a wide range of client needs, she specializes in and has certification in the Gottman 1 & 2 method for couples therapy, and found that there was also a need for family therapy, specifically reunification, as she understands the difficulties and challenges that separation and divorce can have on families, and ensuring she is working in the best interest of the child. That being said, she decided to obtain certification in Reunification Therapy to be able to support as needed. These specialties have allowed Jasmin to practice in an open space that allows children, youth and adults to express, disclose, and seek support in a bias-free and safe environment.
Jasmin’s experience brings a holistic and anti-oppressive practice to Vault Mental Health.
Virtual Appointment Availability: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings