Liz Moss

Liz Moss, MSW, RSW

Social Worker / Psychotherapist

Clinical Philosophy

Congratulations on making the first step to positive change! Making the decision to begin counselling can be overwhelming and let’s face it – no one likes to be overwhelmed. I was drawn to social work because I strongly believe that there is nothing more powerful than seeing individuals realize their inner strength. I have always been committed to interpersonal advocacy, professional development and critical reflection using an anti-oppressive lens. I have experience working with populations facing significant chronic illness, trauma, PTSD, violent crimes, and identity issues, and am very familiar with the highs and lows military families experience. I have been told that I have a witty and sarcastic nature – so if you’re looking for a therapist who knows her stuff, will keep you accountable, and hold space for your struggles while simultaneously being authentic enough to laugh – I’m your gal.

Professional Memberships

College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW) Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW)

Education

  • Master’s in Social Work (2020). University of Windsor – Oshawa, Ontario
  • CBT Certificate Program (2018 ) Level 1 &2 at OISE and Laurier University
  • Bachelor of Social Work – Honours (2014) Lakehead University – Orillia, Ontario
  • Bachelor of Arts – Honours, Psychology (2013) Nippissing University – North Bay, Ontario
Areas of Expertise
  • Individual Counselling
  • Case Management Consultant
  • Trauma & PTSD
  • Chronic illness / New diagnosis
  • Grief and Loss
  • Identity issues
  • Caregiver Burnout
  • Self-concept / Self-Esteem Issues
  • Military lifestyle
  • System / Resource Navigation

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