Dr. Danuta (Dee) Rajska
Dr. Jason T. Ramsay
Dr. Dee got her Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology from Queen's University in 2009, and has been a clinical and rehabilitation psychologist licensed for autonomous practice since 2011. She is also licensed in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Dr. Dee assesses, diagnoses, and treats primarily complex trauma. Her ongoing therapy patients include military veterans and serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces, well as law enforcement professionals and first responders. She also works with survivors of childhood abuse, physical and sexual assaults, and workplace injuries and assaults.
Dr. Ramsay provides psychological treatment for survivors of trauma including work-related psychological injuries, motor vehicle accidents, abuse, bullying and life transitions.
He is an adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at McMaster University Health Sciences as well as an Executive member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Psychological Association.
He an enthusiastic sharer of information about psychology and offers in-service consultations, workshops, seminars and lectures.
Mr. I. Daniele Vassallo
Daniele Vassallo was born and raised in Italy where he earned his Masters degree in psychology at the University of Palermo and became a licensed Psychologist. He practiced in Italy for 15 years before moving to Canada in 2013. He now resides in the Niagara Region of Ontario where he works as a reregistered Psychotherapist.
Daniele is an expert in addiction and trauma (both in Italy and Canada). He has extended his skills to include Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and anxiety.
His main work right now is with First Responders and their families providing them with psychological tools to better deal with work-related psychological distress.
Amy Kennel holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Waterloo and Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Toronto.
She specializes in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) and Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS). The focus of her work is helping individuals recover from trauma, through helping them uncover the resources already within them.
She spends her spare time hanging out with her dogs and wishing it was the opposite season.
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April is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) and obtained both her Bachelor and Master of Social Work degrees from Wilfrid Laurier University before joining the NPW team in 2019.
In the therapeutic relationship, April thinks of herself as an 'agent of change' - someone who can help others to gain insight into their lives and problems and come up with their own solutions.
She believes that many of the difficulties experienced in their present lives can be traced to their past, and she enjoy's seeing individuals change their present and build a new future through healing their emotional wounds from long ago.
Nicole is a registered psychotherapist with the college of registered psychotherapists of Ontario.
She completed her Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and Bachelors of Arts in Child & Youth Studies from Brock University.
She specialize's in the treatment of complex trauma. Nicole work's predominately with veterans, first responders, survivors of abuse, and those who have experienced workplace and motor vehicle accidents.
She has devoted her training and practice to provide a wide array of evidence-based therapeutic approaches tailored to her client’s specific needs.