Scholastica Asahchop, MSW, RSW

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 Scholastica Asahchop, Clinical Social Work / Psychotherapist
Scholastica is a Registered Social Worker with over 18 years of experience, she provides counselling to individuals, couples, children, families, and groups struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD / trauma, anger Management, behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, parenting issues. She also sees those struggling with adoption, marital / relationship challenges, including pre-marital & couples counselling, workplace stress, domestic violence, grief and loss, racial trauma, trans-racial adoption, life and career transitions, family Conflict, separation / divorce, custody / access matters and blended family dynamics.
She also offers Christian / faith-based counselling upon request, where she utilizes an integrative approach, incorporating spiritual and biblical concepts.
Feeling overwhelmed, emotionally drained and not sure of what to do? You are not alone because most people experience psychological issues from time to time in life and need help in resolving these challenges. Seeking professional help is pertinent in attaining and maintaining optimal mental health. 
Scholastica is here to help, she uses both long-term and brief interventions approach to meet clients’ unique needs. She performs comprehensive psychosocial assessments and helps clients develop individualized treatment plans tailored to their needs. She utilizes different clinical approaches like EMDR, CBT, DBT, family systems and work from a strength based, trauma informed framework, evidence-based practice. She also focuses on anti-oppressive approaches when relevant, using an intersectional lens. She is interested in the holistic approach and utilizes creativity and flexibility, which suit the diverse and unique needs of clients.
 She is very client centered, extremely culturally sensitive, compassionate, understanding, and assist clients build on their strengths and help them attain personal growth. She offers a nurturing, compassionate and confidential setting, where clients can identify their emotional challenges, gain capacity to heal and grow from these challenges, trauma and loss. Clients receive unbiased feedback that enables them to see things from a different perspective. Clients also develop good coping mechanisms to help alleviate the challenges.
 She earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree from McGill University in 2004 and a Master of Social Work degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2008. She also obtained a diploma in the school of disciples in 2015. She considers herself as a lifelong learner, and continue to pursue professional development on an ongoing basis.

Scholastica Asahchop Reaches

London ON