Patti Broadfoot, BSW RSW
Welcome. I am so glad you are here. Life has many challenges and asking for help can be hard and scary. I offer you a place to safely explore the challenges you are facing with a trauma-informed, knowledgeable, empathetic and trusted professional who is sensitive to the many nuances, complexities and unique features that exist within the challenges you are facing.
I support youth and adults experiencing various concerns, such as grief and loss, chronic stress, anxiety, burnout, depression, trauma, life transitions, life-altering diagnoses, or palliative. Our work together will allow you to deepen your relationship with yourself, grow your inner wisdom, gain better coping skills and give a voice to the challenges you are experiencing.
Let me tell you a bit about myself. I am a registered Social Worker, Author, Guest Speaker, Educator and End of Life Doula with certificates and extensive training in trauma-informed practices, complex grief, children and grief, end-of-life care and a number of other well-established approaches that are very effective in my work with clients. I have over 25 years of experience working with a diverse clientele of children, adolescents and adults. In my private practice I see clients within Ontario either in-person or virtually and within Newfoundland and Labrador virtually only.
Over the following few pages, you will find more information about me, ways we can work together, and various resources.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Counselling provides a safe and confidential collaboration between you and myself to promote mental health and wellbeing, enhance self-understanding, resolve identified concerns and gain valuable coping skills. Virtual and In-Person appointments available.
Advance Care Planning
Inner Sojourn can provide you with the information and support to create your Advance Care Planning Wish List through self-reflection of your values and wishes and documentation of your wishes. Virtual and In-Person appointments available.
Learn about what's available to you, and how to get help when you need it. There are multiple services and organizations that specialize in helping Canadians navigate mental health services.