Trevor Day Ruah

Group Facilitator

Trevor holds a post-graduate degree (Master of Social Work – 2007) and has over twenty years of professional experience working in a clinical/counselling mental health environment.  Furthermore, he has extensive experience proving mental health psychoeducational seminars. Trevor’s down to earth approach creates a safe environment to build a therapeutic relationship to develop realistic goals and make meaningful change.

Trevor’s practice incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (C.B.T.), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (A.C.T.) and other therapeutic modalities through a trauma informed lens.

Trevor has experience working with people who are having difficulty coping with life in particular relationships, work and school as well as those affected by other people’s mental health and addiction issues.  Trevor, as a first responder himself, brings a specialty working with police, fire fighters and others.

Trevor works with RUAH counselling team to offer a support group for men dealing with anger (When You See Red).