At Mommy Monitor we believe your mental health and wellness is important. Book a session with one of our mental health clinicians today If you are looking for support and someone to speak to or expert guidance for the following: anxiety, depression, emotional distress, life transition, suicide prevention, crisis intervention, family mediation, behavioural assessments or anything else.

Meet our Mental Health Clinicians

Anita Owusu (MSW, RSW)

I am a believer that people should be seen and heard! I also believe that people are far more resilient than what we give them credit for. I particularly enjoy working with those who are truly ready for change. 

I use a unique and effective form of psychodynamic therapy to treat trauma, anxiety, depression and other difficulties. This involves techniques that differ from traditional therapy. With this said, I also value other evidenced based practices such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy. 

In sessions, we work collaboratively. I create a space that is free of judgment, where human experiences and emotions can be shared in an uncensored way. I do not use a cookie cutter approach and always tailor the process based on your needs.

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Monique Pitt (MSW, BSW, RSW)

Monique is a creative and compassionate social worker who aims to serve her clients through a judgment-free approach to counseling. She first works with her clients to understand their concerns and then supports them in developing and pursuing a plan that promotes their healing and growth.  She aims to help clients to break unhealthy patterns, to develop greater coping skills, and to lead more fulfilling and fruitful lives.  Her work with clients addresses challenges such as anxiety, coping skills, depression, domestic abuse, life transitions, peer relationships, relationship issues, self-esteem, sexual abuse and stress.  Monique’s goal is always to help clients consider their experiences as building blocks rather than roadblocks.  

Monique earned a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and a Master of Social Work (MSW) from McMaster University.  She recognizes the need for counseling sessions to be customized to fit the unique needs, interests, and backgrounds of each client and she strives to create a space that will facilitate change for each client in ways that are suitable for them. 

In her free time, Monique enjoys spending time outdoors and listening to live music.

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Safia Abdulle (MSW, RSW)

Safia is a dedicated and empathetic social worker with a passion for fostering authentic relationships where clients feel understood, supported, and empowered. Her approach to therapy is client-focused, strengths-based, and anti-oppressive. Safia is skilled in addressing and supporting clients with anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, systemic oppression, grief, neurodiversity, self-esteem and sense of self issues. She is committed to providing space for emotional vulnerability, while also helping clients to develop tools for growth and healing.

Safia holds a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Windsor and is currently pursuing her doctorate (PhD) in Social Work from York University. Safia specializes in providing therapy to children, youth, and adults utilizing elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness Therapies, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Safia is passionate about supporting clients in recognizing their strengths, while also cultivating the skills to work towards liberation.

In her free time, Safia enjoys quality time with friends and family, and making the perfect homemade iced coffee!

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Tricia Cooper (MSW, RSW)

Tricia has worked for over 10 years supporting women, children and families seeking support for mental health issues and opportunities for growth.

With a master’s in social work (specializing in children and families), from the University of Toronto Tricia has worked in community and hospital settings treating acute mental health illnesses and providing families with education and support.

Tricia has been trained in several therapeutic treatment modalities. Some of these include cognitive and dialectical behavioural therapies, attachment and narrative therapy, trauma informed treatment and structural family therapy.

As a partner, mother and educator Tricia values the importance of the relationships in our lives and how our health can be transformed by the connections with others and ourselves.  Helping individuals solve problems, develop healthy living strategies and feel worthy of happiness and health all  inform her passions, practice and commitment to excellent service.

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