Real change is closer than you think

It never ceases to amaze me how powerful the human spirit is – even in the face of extreme challenges, distress and trauma. Through our work together, we can find new ways of protecting the self, while also realizing the amazing capacity of our brain and body.

Master of Social Work (MSW) Counsellor and Certified Expressive Art Therapist (EXAT)

Carrie Nyitrai MSW, RSW Expressive Art Therapist (EXAT)

I am a registered Master of Social Work (MSW) Counsellor and Certified Expressive Art Therapist (EXAT) as well as an EMDR Trained Counsellor.

I obtained my MSW from Lakehead University and my area of specialty has been trauma counselling in the area of domestic violence with women and children.

My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, loss, and healing from traumatic events. For a number of years I also worked in the field of addictions and use a harm reduction approach. I have been a counsellor in the Thunder Bay area working at the Thunder Bay Counselling Centre and Children’s Centre Thunder Bay.

My passion for helping individuals led me to explore the modality of Expressive Arts to help people begin the healing process. Expressive Arts is an evidence informed, cutting edge approach to healing. One common goal I have always maintained is to help people deal with day to day struggles and heal from life’s unfortunate events. I feel expressing one’s self through art, music, movement, writing, dance and drama will give you a new way to look at self-care and healing.