Michelle Weglarz, MSW, RSW is a registered Clinical Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, as well as the Ontario Association of Social Workers. She has been a practicing Social Worker for over 10 years and received her Master of Social Work degree in 2006.
Michelle received her Honours B.A. in Psychology and Family & Social Relations, her Honours Bachelor of Social Work, and her Masters in Social Work degrees from the University of Windsor.
Michelle has experience working with adults, adolescents, and children, couples, families, and groups in various areas including (but not limited to):
- Low self-esteem
- Relationship problems
- Eating difficulties
- Other life stressors
Michelle has training in many areas including: cognitive behavioural therapy, depression, anxiety, marital therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, trauma, adolescent and children’s techniques, and crisis intervention. Michelle is passionate about learning and regularly attends new training events and workshops.
Michelle received the 2014 OASW Southwestern Branch Distinguished Social Work Service Award as well as a Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Excellence in 2003 for work on her thesis: The Role of Body Concerns on the Experience of Sexuality in Men and Women with Dr. Charlene Senn at the University of Windsor.
In addition, Michelle has experience teaching as a Sessional Instructor at the University of Windsor.
In her spare time, Michelle enjoys time outdoors with her family and friends, creative writing, and yoga.