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Local therapist and clinician, Stephanie Maza, notes increased levels of anxiety among patients as many continue to struggle with the ongoing pandemic but have a lack of resources and coping methods due to closures.
Maza is the owner and lead therapist of ‘Choose Happy Therapy’ with two psychotherapy private practices located in Milton and Bradford. She also works at the Scarborough Health Network (SHN) General Hospital for the Mobile Crisis team providing psychiatric assessments in the emergency department and on the crisis hotline.
Maza is currently offering virtual therapy to anyone in Ontario, and specializes in children, adolescent, and young adult mental health issue such as anxiety, depression, self esteem, social skills, life transitions, adjustment, coping skills, relationships, school issues and anger management.
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