Social Work at Brainworks | Social workers help clients and their family members achieve the best quality of life possible and enhance their functioning in the community. Social workers employed by Brainworks are members of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and are regulated professionals under the Social Work and Social Service Work Act 1998 (Ontario).
‘Everyone Has Something’: It’s time to change the stigma of mental illness - a Blog post we wrote
hopetherapy™ at Brainworks | We are very excited to announce that we have developed a comprehensive new therapeutic platform we call hopetherapy™. Through the use of practical tools, strategies and instructional materials, this program teaches you the kind of mindset you need to live a more hopeful life, in spite of injury, illness or loss.
The hopetherapy™ Book: Casey’s Journey of Hope | Casey’s Journey of Hope was written to be clear, colourful and easy to follow. The metamorphosis of a caterpillar into its cocoon stage and then into a butterfly is a metaphor that universally resonates with those going through the post-traumatic stages of growth inherent in therapy. Casey’s is a story richly interwoven with experiences and hoping skills, and as such, provides a wonderful therapeutic springboard for people of all ages.
Brainworks Turns 10!!! | On this day, we celebrate 10 years of an amazing journey providing rehabilitation services, hope and inspiration to the wonderful people we serve. Each step forward in recovery, its own cause for celebration! We’re already making plans for the next 10 years!
Engineering Rehab Like A Resolution | Rehab is hard. It is hard work; a daily grind. With limited willpower and too often fewer resources to start with it, it behooves us to design the rehabilitation process to maximize the time, energy and willpower our clients have. Rehab can never be effortless but it can be elegant and efficient. || An article we published in the NeuroConnect magazine