My name is Sherel Griffiths, I am a Licensed Individual, Couple and Family Therapist (CFT), Registered Psychotherapist and a Accredited Family Mediator. I identify as a Caribbean English speaking person. As a mental health clinician for the past 16 years and counting in the public health and social services network, I have had the honor in working alongside and advocating with clients of diverse ages and identity groups. I bring a trauma informed, race informed intersectionality care in helping individuals and couples experiencing distressing emotions and interpersonal challenges.
Through couple and family therapy training, internship at the McGill University Sexual Identity Centre (MUSIC),as well as member on transgender research, I have developed a growing competency and keen interest in working with 2SLGBTQIA+ racialized, immigrant clients and couples.
As an accredited family mediator, I work with parents and couples in negotiating an amicable separation agreement in the hope of maintaining healthy co-parenting relationship.
I believe that therapy is a collaborative partnership in which your strengths and resiliency takes center stage as you are helped in maneuvering through life challenges and unresolved trauma. In adopting an affirmative/integrative trauma and race informed systemic approach, as an equity and inclusive person/psychotherapist, I vow to honor your intersecting stories, to be your ally, help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in your life.