Lee-Anne Wine, M.S.W., R.S.W., is a graduate of both the Faculty of Social Work at York University (2014), and the graduate program in Philosophy with a focus on Ethics (2009). She has worked in a multitude of settings providing support to children, teens and adults, around issues related to: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger-management, social skills, body image, relationship coaching, and life transitions.
It is my mission to help people gain a deeper understanding of their emotions; how to use them to better understand their mind- body connection in order to reduce feelings of anxiety, depression, or emotional challenges faced while going through life transitions, and to build resilience and encourage self-growth to achieve meaningful life goals.
It is my life purpose and passion to help people uncover their emotional patterns by supporting them with clinical tools and skills, to create new neural pathways, and to reframe their narrative and world view. I am passionate about helping people tap into their unique set of strengths so that life feels motivating, purposeful and rewarding.
I believe that we all have the capacity to dig deep, uncover hidden wounds, and come out resilient and with a new outlook on life. You can master your emotions, and use them as your barometer in life to guide you in making decisions, strengthening your relationships, and succeeding in meeting your life goals.