Social Work Therapy


Shannon Thompson, MSW, RSW, RYT
Registered Social Worker, Yoga Teacher

 NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback”psychotherapy


Social work therapy involves the use of a range of evidence-based practices to help individuals overcome mental health challenges, cope with life’s difficulties, and improve their overall well-being. Social workers in Ontario are trained to address a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, and addiction. They work collaboratively with their clients to develop personalized treatment plans that are tailored to their specific needs and goals. Social workers also provide support and guidance to help their clients navigate the complexities of the healthcare system, access community resources, and build resilience. Overall, social work therapy in Ontario is a compassionate, client-centered approach that empowers individuals to achieve their full potential.

“NeurOptimal® is an advanced neurotechnology designed to train the brain to function at peak performance levels. This innovative form of neurofeedback is not a medical treatment, but rather a training for the brain. It doesn’t matter what your starting point is — EVERY brain can benefit and tap into its own unique optimal state.” (


NeurofeedbackWhat is NeurOptimal® Dynamical Neurofeedback®?
NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback is a sophisticated Brain Training tool designed to help optimize your life.  It was developed by Clinical Psychologists, Dr.’s Valdeane & Susan Brown and has evolved over the last 30 years from two individuals offering Training Sessions in their private office to literally 4+ million sessions logged, and thousands and thousands of happy clients reporting being helped.

NeurOptimal® is like a software scan of your central nervous system’s neural network and is designed to help promote a flexible and resilient mindset.  It is comfortable and non-invasive, and it measures your brain’s electrical activity more than half a million times during a 33-minute Session in real time.


No referral is required to see a physiotherapist. Simply call or make an enquiry online to arrange an appointment. It is always advisable to bring an up-to-date medical and medication history to your appointment, and any relevant documentation or diagnostic investigations related to your condition.