Oscar Trad-Pizarro, MA, RSW, CCC, RRP, SEP

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  • Registered Social Worker and Certified Canadian Counsellor
  • 550-2950 Douglas St., Victoria, British Columbia, V8T 4N4
  • Phone: 250-216-1983
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  • Session Fees: Offer sliding scale on a client-by-client bases
  • www.osanis.ca
  • This member is also available for online counseling.
  • Online-counseling methods: Webcam

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During the many roles he has enjoyed throughout his adult life, Oscar has always been dedicated to the social services sector with specific focus on the special needs field for close to thirty years. Oscar holds several professional credentials including registered social worker, certified Canadian counsellor, registered rehabilitation professional and somatic experiencing practitioner. Throughout the majority of his career, Oscar has focused mainly on the areas of clinical counselling, behaviour support, vocational and physical rehabilitation, life skills training, community outreach, family development and residential supports. As a clinical counsellor, he has a broad range of training and practical experience in the areas of trauma, addictions, mental health, rehabilitation, family development and neurodevelopmental disabilities. As a behavior support consultant, he integrates his training and practical experience in applied behavior analysis with many of the same skill sets of his clinical counselling practice providing unique and efficient perspectives when supporting individuals with socially significant behaviors. Oscar considers himself a lifelong learner. Oscar envisions continuing his formal education indefinitely. Oscar holds a Bachelor of Social Work and a Psychology Minor as well as a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria. Oscar is working on completing his PhD in Interdisciplinary studies with focus on Child and Youth care from the University of Victoria. Oscar considers essential to continue enhancing one’s personal and professional selves. Oscar suggests that working purposefully on growing personally and professionally maximizes opportunities for better serving others. Oscar’s academic interests have always revolved around disciplines such as education, psychology, social work and statistics. In recent years, he has developed a growing interest in health sciences associated with the care for individuals with complex developmental and mental health needs within a family setting. Oscar’s PhD dissertation focuses on youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder transitioning from children to adult services. Oscar supports the premise that teaching is actually an opportunity for further learning. Oscar is a seasonal instructor and is humbled at the opportunity to teach the course CYC 364 “Disability and Child and Youth Care Practice” at the University of Victoria School of Child and Youth Care.


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Victoria BC