"We know what we are, but not what we might be."
Tania DaSilva holds an Honours Bachelors of Arts and Science Degree majoring in Psychology and Sociology. She is certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy at OISE University of Toronto. She holds an Honours Advanced Child and Youth Care Diploma from Humber College, specializing in counselling, interventions, treatment and therapeutic activities.
Additionally, Tania has received certification in Applied Behavioural Analysis for Educators through the Geneva Centre for Autism, as well as certification in Neuroscience Psychology accredited by the CCE. She also specializes in Emotional Intelligence and is certified to administer the renowned EQ-i2.0 assessment. Tania has taken countless workshops in modalities such as DBT, Creative Expressions and Mindfulness.
She has worked at The Dunblaine School, a school dedicated to students with various degrees of developmental and learning disabilities. Within the TDSB working with the entire population, but more specifically with children with special needs and those in need of emotional and behavioural assistance. She was also part of the multi-disciplinary team at the North York General Hospital in the Psychiatric Unit, specifically in the eating disorder day program.
Tania originally joined the BEHAVIOUR MATTERS team as a group facilitator, she is now the Clinical Director. Tania oversee's the Child, Youth and Family Therapists as well as the facilitators of the social-emotional skills programs. She runs small specialized parent support programs online as well as facilitates professional development seminars, community workshops, and keynotes.
Tania DaSilva has been featured as a Child, Youth and Family Therapist expert on CP24, GLOBAL NEWS, CTV, BREAKFAST TELEVISION, MARILYN DENIS SHOW and more discussing a variety of issues and topics on air.