Bianca Tiron

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About me:

My experience encompasses working with diverse individuals in the areas of health and mental health. I have worked extensively with individuals living with complex mental health and addiction challenges. Providing supportive counselling, psycho-education, community resource referrals, and facilitating support groups were essential components of this work. I have also provided support to survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones, while also engaging in educating youth and young adults about sexual health and how to maintain healthy relationships.

I facilitate workshops in the community centered on mindfulness, changing negative patterns of thinking, health and wellness as well as on moving away from problem talk towards more solution focused talk.  Additionally, I am bringing to this role my experience as a coordinator of an after school program, my research experience and my teaching experience at a post-secondary level. I have a passion for learning new languages and I am fluent in Romanian and French while currently learning Spanish. My practice approach involves an anti-oppressive framework, a harm reduction philosophy, is client-centered, strength-based, trauma-informed and attachment focused.

My experience encompasses working with diverse individuals in the areas of health and mental health. I have worked extensively with individuals living with complex mental health and addiction challenges. Providing supportive counselling, psycho-education, community resource referrals, and facilitating support groups were essential components of this work. I have also provided support to survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones, while also engaging in educating youth and young adults about sexual health and how to maintain healthy relationships.

I facilitate workshops in the community centered on mindfulness, changing negative patterns of thinking, health and wellness as well as on moving away from problem talk towards more solution focused talk.  Additionally, I am bringing to this role my experience as a coordinator of an after school program, my research experience and my teaching experience at a post-secondary level. I have a passion for learning new languages and I am fluent in Romanian and French while currently learning Spanish. My practice approach involves an anti-oppressive framework, a harm reduction philosophy, is client-centered, strength-based, trauma-informed and attachment focused.

What I do:

My role as a youth and family coordinator for early intervention in psychosis services involves providing support to families and individuals aged 15-35 years old who are experiencing early signs of psychosis or who have been diagnosed with psychosis. This support involves counselling for individuals and/or family member(s), psycho-education, help with navigating the mental health system as well as providing resources and community referrals. I am also responsible for coordinating various groups and psycho-educational presentations for both family members and individuals who have been diagnosed with or are experiencing symptoms of psychosis. My focus is to support every individual that I am working with on their journey towards self-care, healing and recovery.

Email: biancat@mooddisorders.ca
Phone: (416) 486-8046 ext 231