Patricia Bailey-Brown

  • MSW, BSW, RSW
  • Toronto, ON
  • 647 977 3647

About Patricia

  • Fee Range:
    $170-250
  • Insurance:
    Yes
  • Language:
    English 
  • Age Range:
    Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19) Adults
  • Counselling Type:
    Couples  Individuals  Online 
  • Gender:
    Woman 

Patricia Bailey-Brown is a Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Life Coach, and Clinical Supervisor, supporting young adults, seniors, families, and couples living with PTSD, anxiety disorders, bipolar, Attention-Deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). She specializes in vulnerable populations—Black, LGBTQ, and new immigrant communities. For a decade, she has worked within susceptible communities to develop tools and strategies to help at-risk persons cope with trauma, abuse, and mental illness in one-on-one counselling, caregiver support. In 2019, she founded Phoenix Counselling Services to enhance her service offerings to the GTA’s most vulnerable communities. Patricia believes that if trauma, abuse, and mental illness have left you feeling like you’re lost in the darkness, you’re not alone. It’s perfectly natural that the difficult emotions and loneliness you feel have cast a shadow over your life. But though the darkness may feel crushing, there is hope and light. The truth is your painful past does not mean that you are stuck with an unhappy future, and though your mental health might feel like it has taken charge of your life, it does not define you. As we work together, I’ll help you discover that you are much more than your circumstances, that your life matters, and that you have a powerful purpose. Patricia Bailey-Brown is a Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Life Coach and Clinical Supervisor, supporting young adults, seniors, families, and couples living with PTSD, anxiety disorders, bipolar, Attention-Deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). She specializes in vulnerable populations—Black, LGBTQ, and new immigrant communities. For a decade, she has worked within susceptible communities to develop tools and strategies to help at-risk persons cope with trauma, abuse, and mental illness in one-on-one counselling, caregiver support, and counseling. In 2019, she founded Phoenix Counselling Services to enhance her service offerings to the GTA and across Ontario's most vulnerable communities. Patricia believes that if trauma, abuse, and mental illness have left you feeling like you’re lost in the darkness, you’re not alone. It’s perfectly natural that the difficult emotions and loneliness you feel have cast a shadow over your life. But though the darkness may feel crushing, there is hope and light. The truth is your painful past does not mean that you are stuck with an unhappy future, and though your mental health might feel like it has taken charge of your life, it does not define you. As we work together, I’ll help you discover that you are much more than your circumstances, that your life matters, and that you have a powerful purpose. Additional Information: Email [email protected] inquiries about a 30 minutes free phone consultation or call 647-977-3647. Modes of delivery are Zoom; Skype, Google Meet, Google Teams, and phone. Qualifications Years in Practice: 10+ Years License: Ontario College of Social Work and Service Services Workers (OCSWSSW) / 829705 School: Ryerson University and University of Waterloo Payment method/Insurance Pay By: e-transfer to - Phoenix Counselling Services will bill the following insurance companies directly on your behalf. Blue Cross and Green Shield. Additionally, if you have other insurances, a receipt will be provided for you to submit for your reimbursement after payment. Please provide information when booking appointments & sign consent to billing.

Issues

ADHD  Bipolar Disorder  Borderline Personality  Chronic Pain  Coping Skills  Depression  Domestic Abuse  Domestic Violence  Drug Abuse  Eating Disorders  Emotional Disturbance  Family Conflict  Grief  Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)  Racial Identity  Relationship Issues  School Issues  Self Esteem  Self-Harming  Sexual Abuse  Sleep or Insomnia  Stress  Suicidal Ideation  Transgender  Trauma and PTSD  Traumatic Brain Injury 

Specializes In

• Anxiety • Depression • Emotional Disturbance Issues • Addiction • Alcohol Use • Anger Management • Antisocial Personality • Behavioral Issues • Bipolar Disorder • Borderline Personality • Coping Skills • Domestic Abuse • Domestic Violence • Drug Abuse • Dual Diagnosis • Family Conflict • Grief • Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) • Racial Identity • Relationship Issues • School Issues • Self Esteem • Self-Harming • Sexual Abuse • Stress • Substance Use • Suicidal Ideation • Trauma and PTSD • Traumatic Brain Injury Mental Health • Dissociative Disorders • Mood Disorders • Psychosis • Thinking Disorders Sexuality • Bisexual • Gay • Lesbian Client Focus Ethnicity: Black and Other Racial or Ethnic Background Age ranges: • Seniors 65 years and older • Adults 20 years and older • Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19) Communities • Bisexual Allied • HIV / AIDS Allied • Transgender Allied Treatment Approach Types of Therapy • • • • • • • • • Cognitive Processing (CPT) • • • • • • • • • Exposure Response Prevention • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Modality • Individuals • Couples • Family