Nicol Fraser MSW, RSW 



With an overwhelming sense of compassion toward the circumstances of others, it was only natural that when I chose a career, that it would be in the field of social work. Being a registered social worker for 15 years and a certified traumatologist, has provided me the privilege of working extensively with children and families across many diverse communities, and to assist individuals and families in many different phases of their lives. A role in which I focus on advocacy, therapeutic counselling, crisis intervention and safety. I have worked closely with physicians, schools, law enforcement, family/youth court, and many other community partners. My strengths based approach to practice, has helped families believe that they can effect positive change and with valuable networking, assessment and counselling, that change can be meaningful and long lasting. For me, it is not about telling people how to cope with their difficulties, it is about helping individuals understand how to help themselves. To truly empower them. I find it extremely rewarding when a person realizes their potential to make successful changes in their life. There are strengths in every person.


Member in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers; the Ontario Association of Social Workers and the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress

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Nicol Fraser, RSW, TITC-CT

With an overwhelming sense of compassion toward the circumstances of others, it was only natural that when I chose a career, that it would be in the field of social work. Being a registered social worker for 12 years, and a certified traumatologist has provided me the privilege of working extensively with children and families across many diverse communities, and assisting them in many different phases of their lives. A role in which I focus on advocacy, counselling, crisis intervention, and safety. I have worked closely with schools, physicians, law enforcement, family/youth court, and many other community partners. My strengths based approach to practice, has helped  individuals and families believe that they can effect positive change and with valuable networking, assessment and counseling, that change can be meaningful and long lasting. For me, it is not about telling people how to cope with their difficulties, it is about helping individuals understand how to help themselves. To truly empower them. I find it extremely rewarding when a person realizes their potential to make successful changes in their life. There are strengths in every person.


Member in Good Standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers; the Ontario Association of Social Workers and the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress




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