Karen Goslin MSW RSW

Psychotherapist & Registered Social Worker

With over 40 years of experience, I am a registered clinical social worker and psychotherapist specializing in helping children, teens, and adults in their own lives, in their relationships, and in their families.

I am well respected for my 3-stage program of recovery, including self-care, CBT, and DBT and deeper healing approaches, as well as my unique stress management and couple/family counseling programs.

I have been acknowledged in the community for her dedication to the well-being of families, adults, and youth and are known for my specific strategic style of work, and respectful straight talk towards making real changes in the lives of my clients.

Janice D’Souza MSW RSW

Associate Therapist, Individual Child, Teen/Young Adult Specialist

Due to continued high demand for our services, we were thrilled to have Janice D’Souza join are team early in 2022!

Janice brings with her 7 years direct mental health experience and, in addition, she has completed all training in the methods Karen has used with her clients for nearly 25 years.

Her skills and knowledge provide the expertise needed for the specialized assessment treatment of individual chid, teens/young adults in the clinic.

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“This is how my brain works.” Making friends and getting good grades can be challenging for anymore – but for some students, it’s even harder. In this episode, we will explore the experiences of neurodivergent people in schools.

We’re chatting about the experience of being “lost”. If you (or someone you know) are feeling stuck in your health, career, relationships or really any area of your life you’re going…

Munera Lawyers: Talk to An Expert About Parenting and Relationships with Karen Goslin, MSW, RSW, Registered Social Worker

Munera speaks with expert Karen Goslin about COVID-19, seperation, parenting, and the importance of self-care.

We Eat Who We Are

We’ve all heard the phrase ”you are what you eat!” …But often times it’s more like, “you eat what you are.

In other words, “you eat how you think” and, “you eat how you feel