Stacey Segal completed her BSW from Carleton University and went on to complete her Masters in Social Work at McGill University. Additionally she has completed both tier one and tier two training of the Collaborative Problem Solving approach with Think Kids and has continued to receive training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approach and the Narrative approach. Stacey Segal is a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and with the Ontario Association for Social Workers.
Stacey's clinical experience with children, youth and families has been forged in a variety of settings including in the CHEO emergency department as a member of the Crisis Intervention Team where she worked for 10 years and in a private practice setting at Summit Centre where she continues to work with children, youth and families. In addition to individual and family counselling, Stacey has led school-based counselling programs as well as facilitated counselling and social skills groups for children and youth at Family Services Ottawa.
Outside of the office Stacey is the mother of three little girls and practices what she preaches when it comes to role modelling including frequent dance parties with her children, running races with and without her kids, and regular family cooking classes for whatever her girls decide to put on the menu that week.