Jo Brown, B.S.W.; R.S.W.; S.E.P, has worked in the field of Human Services for close to 30 years and has a wide scope of professional and personal experience. The last 15 years she has focused on providing therapeautic counselling at the Regina Community Clinic as well as crisis invervention services through the mental health clinic.
She primarily works with adults who present with mental health issues or have life challenges including personal, relationship, or trauma-related.
She has spent three years as part of a student group learning and practicing psychodrama therapy under the direction and guidance of Liz White (M.ED., T.E.P.). Recently she completed a three-year student program in Somatic Experience through the Institute of Somatic Experiencing (trauma recovery therapy) with certification in S.E.P. She is a life-long learner.
She is a registered member in good standing with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers.
Her personal world includes a life-long partner, two adult sons, the respect of peers, the love of friends and a sacred connection to the earth.
Jasmine Hawken, M.S.W.; R.S.W., has been a counsellor at the Regina Community Clinic for the last five years. Prior to joining the clinic, she worked in numerous areas of health care and mental health services.
Jasmine completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Regina and her master’s degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax. She is a registered member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. She is continually expanding her knowledge of therapy through conferences, workshops and research. Jasmine, along with Heather Dzioba, was responsible for bringing Craving Change.
Jasmine is passionate about her work and considers it a privilege to help people navigate through some of the challenges faced in their lives.
Shannon Theriault BSW RSW has been working in the human services field for over 25 years. She began her career as a Psychiatric Nurse working in both hospital and community settings. Shannon completed her Bachelor of Social work degree at the University of Regina and is a member in good standing of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. She has also taken training through the William Glasser Institute receiving her certification in Reality Therapy.
Through this combination of experience and training Shannon has developed a high regard for humankind and realizes the courage and strength it takes to embark on a counseling journey. She approaches her work with the knowledge and the confidence that with the proper support people can and do change.
Shannon has completed training in Critical Incident Stress Management from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and has led many successful critical incident stress debriefing groups for health care workers.