Stephanie Brookman is a clinical social worker as well as a marital and family therapist. She has over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults facing challenging life issues surrounding anxiety, depression, self-esteem, grief and relationship issues. Stephanie works in private practice and attempts to provide her clients with a safe, supportive therapeutic environment in order to facilitate positive change in their lives. As well, Stephanie works in the field of autism and intellectual disabilities, offering families support, guidance and empowerment. Stephanie received her Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Social Work as well as her Master’s degree in Social Work from McGill University. She received a post-masters degree in marital and family therapy from the Argyle Institute of Montreal and has additional specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Stephanie is married and is a mom to an active, curious, two-year-old son whose energy is astounding and exhausting! Like most moms, Stephanie is consumed with meal-planning, scheduling and coming up with fun activities to keep her family busy and on the go. Navigating through the tricky waters of the terrible two’s without losing her mind is a challenge, but Stephanie has found that deep breathing, humor and a glass of wine contribute significantly to maintaining her sanity.