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Elizabeth Daw, Physiotherapist

Graduate of the University of Toronto in Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.

30 years of clinical experience in the hospital and community sector. Specialized interest in: orthopaedics, arthritis, gerontology, tissue repair, wound healing, infection control, low level LASER and research. Lecturer in arthritis, wound/soft tissue repair, low level LASER.

Elizabeth also enjoys canoeing, mountain biking and bird watching.


 



Kathy Wilton-Bennett, Occupational Therapist

Kathy is a graduate of the University of Toronto and has worked at Southlake Regional Health Centre in The Arthritis Program and is a certified Hand Therapist (USA) since 1992. She teaches splinting techniques of the Hand Therapy component to the Faculty of Rehabilitation students at the University of Toronto, and is a consultant in occupational therapy in out patient, clinical practice. She is an active volunteer for the Canadian Cancer Society and is on the Executive of the Georgina Girls Hockey Association.


 

Debra Banfield, Registered Nurse

Debra has twelve years of experience in community nursing. Her special interests are in gerontology, wound care and women’s initiatives in health care.She enjoys cooking, gardening, canoeing and is a guide for ecotourism.


 

Gillian Reid, Nutrition Specialist

Gillian Reid, MSW, RSW, CNP is a Registered Social Worker, Integrative Mental Health Therapist and Mindfulness Practitioner. She divides her time working at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children in the Medical- Psychiatry program, specializing in mind-body mental health and somatization, and in her private practice where she works with clients on improving their mental health through psychotherapy, Mindfulness and healthy lifestyle. All of her clients work with Gillian through confidential video software from the comfort of their own homes.

Gillian completed her undergraduate degree in Social Work in 2003 at Ryerson University, then graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2010. She obtained her Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Toronto in 2015. She has received training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness for Chronic Pain Management and Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Care. In addition to her clinical social work education, she has training in many types of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Emotion-Focused Therapy.

View more of her services at www.growmindful.ca.