Shannon Jaycox, MSW, RSW is a registered social worker with a Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Toronto. She also received a certificate in the Collaborative Addiction Studies Program from the University of Toronto. Shannon earned her Bachelor of Arts and Science degree from Florida State University, where she completed research focusing on anxiety disorders.
Shannon has extensive clinical experience working with socioculturally diverse populations in hospital and community-based settings. Shannon has provided supportive counselling to individuals and their families who face mood and anxiety disorders, severe and concurrent mental health issues, addiction, trauma and acquired brain injury. She draws from a broad range of modalities including cognitive-behavioural therapy, strengths-based approach and mindfulness to provide support to individuals facing a variety of challenges.
Shannon strives to create a supportive environment by focusing on her therapeutic relationship with clients and collaborating to work towards clients’ goals to improve quality of life.