Welcome Student Melissa Eberhardt-Markle

We are pleased to welcome Graduate School of Social Work Student Melissa Eberhardt-Markle to Social Work Solutions Canada as she completes her Masters of Social Work through Laurier University. Melissa comes with a wealth of skill and experience. In Fall/2020 Melissa will be offering limited, complimentary clinical sessions under the supervision of Dr. Christina Harrington, RSW. Watch for additional announcements on peer support programming and trauma-informed yoga!

Melissa has worked in addictions and mental health for over 15 years.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Sociology and Social Work from McMaster University in 2018 after years of part-time study. While completing her B.A., Melissa worked with the Addiction Services Initiative in Hamilton and provided mental health, trauma, and addiction supports to individuals accessing treatment.

Melissa returned to Wilfrid Laurier University in 2019 to complete a Master’s degree in clinical Social Work. She is currently working toward the completion of her degree by December 2020. Social Work Solutions is supporting her practicum placement with access to learning of evidence-based trauma therapies and counselling services designed for individuals, couples, families and groups.

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“Professional Guidance to Personal Well Being”TM Helping you deal with injury, loss, bereavement, post traumatic stress and much more. The Social Work Solutions Canada team is lead by Dr. Christina Harrington, RSW. You can expect professional service by trained and experienced practitioners, in accordance and good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. (OCSWSSW) Social workers possess the unique ability to assess beyond psychological impacts, taking a more comprehensive view of what is occurring for the individual in need and their family. Examples might include; changing family roles and dynamics, systemic barriers, or cultural needs and expectations, etc.

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