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Therapist, Consultant, and Yoga Teacher

  • Experienced Ontario and BC Registered Social Worker - Psychotherapist (MSW, RSW); National Consultant; and Yoga Teacher

  • Anti-oppressive, client-centred, trauma-informed services

  • Benefit from my diverse 25 years of professional experience in community, educational, and healthcare settings

  • Heidi.Mehta@TherapySecure.Com 



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Psychotherapy  / Counselling  Services

Do you identify as BIPOC / Woman or Non-Binary / ILGBTQ2SIA+ /  and / or living with a disability? 

Are you tired of not being seen or heard? Are you always having to be strong? Are you exhausted? Do you need a space where you can heal for you? Is your care not revolutionary? 


I am an experienced Social Worker and Clinical Consultant. I offer holistic, anti-oppressive, client-centred trauma therapy. If your wellbeing is not a part of the movement, then what are we fighting for?

I draw from EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Yoga, Mindfulness, DBT, Somatics, Narrative Therapy, and much more to support you to recover and thrive! Be authentic and feel good in your relationships with yourself and others.  You are resilient and radiant. Get in touch today to experience deep healing and  radical wellness!

I am also registered to provide free mental health counselling to eligible Indigenous peoples and refugees through the NIHB and IFHP programs.

Learn more about my services via Psychology Today, South Asian Therapists, Rainbow Health Ontario, and Healing in Colour.

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Clients have rated me 5 stars online!


Do you continously seek to enhance your services? Are you looking to offer the best to your team and clients?

I offer Clinical Consultation and training to individuals and organizations. I am trained in Trauma-informed Supervision and bring an an anti-oppressive lens to my work. I draw from my extensive experience to support front line workers.


Expand trauma skills, learn self-care, achieve work-life balance, prevent burnout, critically reflect, and authentically work with the values of social justice and equity and exceed professional expectations. Why not grow with the help of an expert?


I have also given talks, guest lectured, and delivered hundreds of workshops. I led a program with Black, Indigenous, and racialized women that won First Prize for Excellence in Prevention, Promotion, and Protection of Health and Welfare from the Quebec Ministry of Health. Subsequently, I was a nominee for the Paul Yuzyk award for multiculturalism.

Yoga and Mindfulness Retreats, Classes, and Workshops

 Based in traditional gentle hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation and informed by work as a therapist, this holistic practice can help with stress reduction; grounding; mind-body wellness; being in the present moment; building strength and resilience; distress tolerance;  self-regulation; managing somatic manifestations of emotional overload; preventing burnout, and post-traumatic growth through embodiment. 

Many individuals and groups have benefitted from my skills as a therapist, mindfulness facilitator,  and  yoga teacher over the years.

Why not give this gift to your clients or team a to promote  wellness or consider adding yourself to a waitlist for a trauma-informed gentle mindful yoga class? Yoga is for every body and every body is for yoga!  

I am grateful for having had the opportunity to train under the tutelage of Dr. Madan Bali of Yoga Bliss, to have completed  Lisa Danylchuk's Yoga for Trauma training, and to have facilitated many groups over the years, including in post-secondary educational, private, healthcare, and community settings.


    Contact Heidi Mehta -MSW, RSW today to                     book or arrange a free consultation!                         
Thank you.

This virtual service is based out of T'koronto / Toronto - the traditional territory the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. Treaty 13, signed with the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the Williams Treaties, signed with multiple Mississaugas and Chippewa bands, require peaceable caretaking of the land surrounding the Great Lakes. 

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