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Bronwyn Campbell

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Registered Social Worker
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Bronwyn is here to support you with managing stress, anticipatory anxiety and building self-esteem.

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Bronwyn helps adults navigate low self-esteem, anticipatory anxiety and high-stress levels. Bronwyn can help you better understand your emotions, gain new perspectives, and develop coping strategies to overcome these challenges. With over 15 years of experience working with individuals who experience anxiety disorders, occupational stress and difficulty navigating life transitions, Bronwyn is passionate about helping you build self-confidence in different areas of your life.

Being in a session with Bronwyn often feels like having a meaningful coffee date with a trusted friend. Sometimes all it takes is being asked the right questions and having access to the right tools to reframe your thinking patterns. Using a solution-focused lens, Bronwyn works with you to identify areas in your life that can be cognitively reframed, and help you gain a new perspective. Her goal for you is to discover what tools and strategies work best for you to overcome feelings of high stress and anticipatory anxiety. Bronwyn understands from her own lived experiences that balancing multiple life roles (i.e. mother, entrepreneur, and partner) can leave you feeling stuck, and is passionate about working with you to overcome your doubts.

As a retired competitive gymnast, Bronwyn understands the importance of movement and creativity when it comes to your overall well-being. Outside of sessions, Bronwyn can be found dancing with her two young daughters, or running her clothing and lifestyle brand “Pippa and Peach”. She is a self-proclaimed coffee enthusiast and always has a cup in hand!

Right for you if:

You are looking for a safe and engaging environment to discuss your fears and anxiety about the future.
You are feeling stuck, burnt out and overwhelmed.
You are looking for a sounding board to discuss how hard it is to prioritize yourself- including discovering what brings you joy, and helps you feel fulfilled.
You are having difficulty navigating a life transition such as parenthood, marriage, divorce, return to work, aging, loss of independence.

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Masters of Social Work, SUNY University at Buffalo (2009)

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours), Brock University (2007)

Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

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What do you do to take care of your own mental health?
I love journaling. It is a great way to take the thoughts that often spin in my head and write them down. There is something so powerful about seeing those words on the power, take on new meaning when you reread them. I find this so helpful as It often takes much of the power and worry away, and allows me to objectively work through my mental health challenges in a more concrete way. And, I love that there are so many different ways to journal- there is no wrong way- just the act of putting pen to paper as an outlet to work through thoughts, feelings and creative ideas.
What is a motto or idea that gives you reassurance when you’re having a difficult time?
During difficult times, I always find it helpful to remind myself that: “You can do hard things. You’ve experienced hard times before, and even at your lowest points, you have always found the resources and strength to work through them.” And, I remind myself of some examples of past experiences that were difficult to navigate, and how I overcame them.
What does good mental health look like to you?
Having good mental health is about feeling positive about ourselves and others, being able to form good relationships, and having the resilience to overcome challenges. It is about being able to express and manage a wide array of positive and negative emotions, carrying out daily tasks, looking after yourself and taking part in activities that you enjoy.