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Eden Filonov

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Registered Social Worker
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Eden is here to support you with relationship challenges, life transitions, and self-esteem.

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Eden is passionate about helping young adults set healthy boundaries and prioritize self-care. Eden can help you find the root causes of your challenges, develop a strong self-image, and say no to things that drain your energy. If you’re looking for someone who can help you find deeper joy in life, Eden has your back!

Eden believes that you are the expert of your life, and she is here to support you. Eden can help you understand your emotions, feelings, and triggers. She’ll work with you to overcome obstacles and achieve your goals.

Eden is passionate about creating a strong therapeutic relationship with you built on trust and honesty. Eden uses several therapeutic lenses including strength-based, trauma-informed, solution-focused, anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and client-centered approaches. Eden has worked for a number of years in child welfare and has supported Holocaust survivors.

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Eden can provide sessions in English and Russian.
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What does good mental health look like to you?
Good mental health to me looks like being excited for each day and what it may bring. Understanding emotions, processing them in a healthy way and moving forward so that each day is better than the last. Looking in the mirror and being proud, happy and confident at who is looking back.
What do you do to take care of your own mental health?
I do a number of different things to take care of my mental health. Sometimes it looks like going on a long walk in nature with my dogs, other times it looks like cooking a comforting meal. Doing a multitude of things that I enjoy is how I make sure I stay grounded and happy in order to be my best self!
What would you say to a friend struggling with a mental health issue?
The first step is recognizing that you are struggling with your mental health, and that can often be the hardest part. The next step is realizing how much support is available and the potential within yourself to get you where you want to be.

Master of Social Work, Yeshiva University (2022)

Bachelor of Social Work with Psychology Minor, Ryerson University (2018)

Child Protection Worker, Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies

Ontario Association of Social Workers

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