ABOUT US

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Registered Social Worker

Registered Social Worker

Registered Social Worker

Judith Pascoe-Wong is a registered clinical social worker with a masters degree and well over 25 years experience. She is in good standings with her college and has practices in both Mississauga and Scarborough. 

Judith is associates with Karen Hurley Psychotherapy Associates, Claudia Corradetti, Donna Jones- Robinson, and Aya Counselling. 


Judith is experienced in Trauma Counselling, Sandplay Therapy, Theraplay and Marschak Interaction Methods, Solution Focus, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Pyscho-Analytic Psychotherapy, adoption and permanency issues in addition to other treatment modalities. 


Judith's experience enables her to offer effective and caring individualized treatment unique to you and your family 

emotional needs. She treats a number of adoption, permanency, and mental health issues in a safe and healing environment. 

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Treatment Focus

Registered Social Worker

Registered Social Worker

Your mental health matters! Judith's focus is to support and help individuals, youth, children, and families heal emotionally by understanding  their pain, grief, trauma, resiliency, and inner strength. 

Judith achieve this by providing a healing environment that is safe for listening to your concerns, and customizing with you a treatment plan. 


Judith's client focus includes but is not exclusive to Black Canadians and other Racialized groups, and/or persons with disabilities.

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Flexibility

Registered Social Worker

Flexibility

Judith offers flexible hours that allow clients to sort out scheduling conflicts. Her years of experiences and continued life long learning have kept her working with clients from a strength base perspective.

Your Emotional Health Matters!

My Blog

We are living in a time of uncertainties, and care-givers are struggling  with fears and anxieties.  That's ok! Take deep breaths and encourage your children to do the same. Wake up each day with an attitude of gratitude and be grateful for at least two things. If it seems as though your children's emotions are all over the place and they are disregulated, slow down, take a deep breath and check your own emotion to ensure that you are regulated. Talk with your children about their worries.