BRONWYN KENNEDY, M.S.W.
Bronwyn Kennedy graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She then went on to complete her Master’s in Social Work at Boston College. Bronwyn has received training in many alternative dispute resolution processes and has her Certificate in Conflict Management and Mediation from Conrad Grebel University College. Bronwyn has clinical experience working with children and adolescents as well as with families struggling with issues homelessness in Boston. She has volunteered with Catholic Children’s Aid Society (CCAS) for many years, supporting the children whose families are involved with CCAS. Bronwyn has received training in psychological testing at the Valentin & Blackstock Psychology Corporation. Bronwyn is a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
Bronwyn originally majored in Art History during her Undergraduate degree, taking all the psychology courses as electives. She realized quickly that art curation wasn’t her calling, so after only one semester she changed her major to Psychology and never looked back. The field of psychology and social work has led her to different countries, working with many different populations and ages.
Bronwyn has a particular interest in the field of high conflict separation and divorce, she has worked to gain knowledge, through her education, internships and through reading various experts books and research articles. From this training she has learned to stay calm in the face of conflict and I have learned to embrace and address the conflict others are experiencing instead of minimizing it. Bronwyn brings a clinical, analytical and most of all friendly approach to her work!