Bianca Zambri, MSW, RSW

Social Worker, Psychotherapist

To book an appointment or to have a free 15 minute consult with Bianca
Phone: (905) 235-9532

Availability for Sessions:
Tuesdays and Saturdays

I have a passion for supporting children, adolescents and adults to help individuals and families thrive. Have you noticed or learned about some concerning emotional or behavioural challenges in your child? Perhaps you are experiencing feelings of being emotionally trapped, confused, fatigued, and overwhelmed.

If you are noticing patterns in your life that you are unhappy with, I can help you to address the intense emotions experienced. Life situations that might be affecting your ability to cope may include, but are not limited to, trauma, abuse, life transitions, family dynamics, and/or existential thoughts and experiences that can result in anxiety and fear.

As a clinical Social Worker with nearly 20 years of extensive training and psychotherapy experience, I can support you and/or your child to find solutions when experiencing life’s challenges and transitions. My therapeutic approach is integrative, based on evidenced frameworks including Narrative, Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioural and Play therapy. I credit children in developing my interest and training in Expressive Arts Therapy, which can help engage and express thoughts and feelings for clients of any age. I have found that Expressive Arts is remarkably therapeutic when supporting individuals experiencing various life changes, chronic pain, loss, and grief. I also incorporate Mindfulness and Neurobiology as a practicing EMDR clinician, which helps neutralize distressing experiences from the past, supporting present and future gains.

You will find me to be empathetic, ensuring that you and/or your child will be heard and understood. My goal is to empower, honouring strengths and resilience that may have gone unnoticed, underappreciated, or forgotten. I will continually reflect on your focused goals and needs with progress review, and will be there as a reminder for you to have compassion for yourself.