Minni Sharma is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO). She has an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto and completed her graduate training in psychotherapy at The Transformational Arts College.
Minni has been of service to the community for over 20 years including working at a women's shelter, rape crisis centre, high schools, and hospices. Minni specializes in working with clients in the areas of divorce/separation, grief/bereavement, blended/step-families, crisis counselling, youth, cross-cultural issues, women's issues and healthy relationships. She has extensive counselling experience with individuals, youth, groups and couples using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness strategies. Minni works with her bereaved clients to understand the emotions related to grief and loss and supports them through their grief journey. She works with families and couples to help improve communication and develop healthy relationships. With childhood trauma, Minni uses Gestalt techniques and "inner child work" to assist in healing.
With her solution-focused approach, Minni guides her clients to build their own "tool box" with skills and tools to assist them through difficult emotions and situations. Minni is also a collaborative family professional and supports families through the process of separation and divorce. She is a contributing author of the book "Empowering women to Succeed: From burnout to Victory." Minni had also appeared on Rogers Daytime television and ZoomerTV as a divorce and relationship specialist.
"I believe that self care is very important and I'm working on incorporating that into my everyday life, as I encourage my clients to as well. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, meditation and exploring different international cuisines and travelling."