Winning Families Therapeutic

psychoTherapist

Titi Ohiku.
MSW, BSW, RSW/Psychotherapist Founder Winning Families Therapeutic Centre.

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I came to this amazing work because of my passion for assisting others in developing resilience and thriving in the face of adversity, as well as my personal experiences with hardships and obstacles that, when approached with a winning mentality and the will to achieve my goals, have produced many levels of benefit. While the process may not be easy, I believe with appropriate healing support, you can do it! Yes, you can thrive and turn those pains into gains for optimal mental wellness to maximize your full potential. I am a compassionate, anti-oppressive, and anti-racist mental health therapist with over a decade of Counseling/ Human Service/ Education and Child Welfare experience. 

I hold a diploma in Early Childhood Education, a Bachelor of Social Work degree from York University, and a clinical Master of Social Work from the University of Toronto.  I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, children, youth, families and utilize a collaborative approach in addressing various mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, emotional dysregulation, post-traumatic stress disorder, grief, eating disorder, ADHD, ASD, including relationship/attachment challenges, behavioral regulation, child and racial trauma and providing parental coaching.
Through exploration of your needs and goals, we will develop a healing path that works best for you using a variety of approaches, which includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution and strength-based Therapy, Emotional Focus Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Dialectic Behaviour Therapy, Play-Based Therapy, Music Therapy, Creative-Art Therapy, Mindfulness, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, including Christian counseling.
I am excited to support you on your healing journey and look forward to meeting you as we embark on that healing journey.

Titi has experience in the following areas:

  • ASD
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Emotional dysregulation
  • Bullying
  • Parent coaching
  • Self-esteem
  • Relationships/Attachments
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • PTSD
  • Trauma
  • Grief/loss
  • Substance abuse
  • Advocacy
  • System Navigation

psychoTherapist

Beatrice Ndur-Osei.

Beatrice Ndur-Osei is a university graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work. She currently works as Child, Youth, and Family Therapist in Ontario. In this role, Beatrice has experienced working with couples, children, teens and families to better their mental health, develop healthy coping skills, develop communication and conflict resolution and much more.

She is also the founder of Glorious Treasures, a women’s empowerment brand that seeks to empower young women to understand that they are treasured by God and to walk in their God-given identity and purpose by developing their relationship with God.

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Speech & Language therapist

Patricia Flash
Speech Pathologist

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Patricia has a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences, a Masters in Speech Language Pathology (MA), and over 22 years of direct experience as a speech language pathologist.  She has had the pleasure of working in multiple facilities in various capacities.  She has performed diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to pre-school children and school-aged children who experience receptive/expressive and social language disorders, cognitive disorders, articulation and phonological processing disorders, fluency as well as literacy delays.
Before Patricia became a speech-language pathologist, she worked as a social service worker with families in need of emotional and financial support.  Her experience as a social services worker has given her the ability to see things from a unique perspective that values the importance of including the whole family in every aspect of diagnosis and treatment.
Patricia is passionate about early intervention for late talkers, equally passionate about providing parents with the education they need to continue supporting their child’s development outside of the clinical setting, and enjoys researching and learning the latest therapy techniques to benefit her clients.

Behavioral Therapist

Respite/Care Support Workers