Jaylin Bradbury, MSW RSW

HELPING YOU RECLAIM YOUR WORTH. BUILDING SELF-ESTEEM. OVERCOMING TRAUMA.

 
Jaylin-Bradbury

Jaylin Bradbury, MSW RSW

 

Specialized in supporting you with:

Life Transitions
Work Stress (including Compassion Fatigue, Vicarious Trauma and Burnout)
Addictions

 

Jaylin's Approach

As a therapist, Jaylin brings compassion and understanding to each of her sessions. After graduating from the Master of Social Work (MSW) program from the University of Toronto Jaylin has gained rich experience as both a counsellor and supervisor, predominantly in community mental health settings. In addition to her role at SHIFT, Jaylin currently works as a Wellness Counsellor and Coordinator at the University of Toronto. She is well versed in evidence-based therapies and works from a holistic and trauma-informed perspective.

Over the past several years, she has worked with hundreds of clients to rediscover their strengths and achieve their goals. Most importantly she is here to listen to your story and help you gain greater insight into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours to improve your overall wellness.


Qualifications

Education:

Masters of Social Work; University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Bachelor of Art Honours, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

Certifications:

Mindfulness and "Kindfulness" (Valerie Mason-John)
Grief, Loss & Healing (Jean Tweed Centre Internal Training)
Introduction to Structural Dissociation (Jean Tweed Centre Internal Training)
Trauma and Compassion Fatigue (Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario)
Interventions for People with Recurrent Suicide Attempts (Yvonne Bergmans)
What's a Supervisor or Manager to Do? Essential Skills and a Framework for Successful Staff Management (Lawrence Shulman)
Problem Gambling and Problematic Internet Use (Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario)
Advancing Motivational Interviewing Practice (Jean Tween Centre Internal Training)
Reflections on the Therapeutic Process (FIFSW Continuing Education)
Managing Skills for New Managers (The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre)
Brief Counselling Training (Jean Tweed Centre Internal Training)
Buddhist Psychology Retreat for Therapists and Frontline Workers (CAST Canada)
Engaging Traumatized Clients who Avoid Attachment, Closeness and Painful Feelings (The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre)
Dancing vs. Wrestling: Motivational Interviewing Workshop (FIFSW Continuing Education)

Specialties:

Life Transitions
Work Stress (including Compassion Fatigue, Vicarious Trauma and Burnout)
Addictions

Residency & Fellowships:

Professional Memberships:

Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers; Registered Social Worker (RSW)
Ontario Association of Social Workers