PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING TEAM

B.Sc, BSW, MSW. E. PAOLA GRANDÓN ZEREGA

Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist, of Chilean and Canadian nationality, trained in Critical and Antiopressive approach by York University and in Evidence-Based Practices by the University of Toronto. Bachelor of Science: Major Psychology (B.Sc.) from the University of Toronto, Canada. Honors Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) with Academic Distinction from York University Canada and Master of Social Work (MSW): Mental Health Specialization from the University of Toronto Canada. Research Assistant at the Fleming Maternal Studies Laboratory, University of Toronto School of Psychology, Canada. Revalidation of the professional grade of Social Work by the University of Chile and Postgraduate Diploma in Child-Youth Clinical Intervention Strategies by the University of Valparaíso. Current member of the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)  and registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). He also has professional internships at the Center for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) in the Youth Addictions and Concurrent Disorders Program Unit (650 clinical hours), and  St. Joseph's Hospital in the Assertive Community Treatment Program unit (600 clinical hours). She served as clinical supervisor, team leader and co-designer of the  gender-specific residential program at the Jean Tweed Center for Women and their Families in Toronto. Today he has 20 years of experience in therapeutic practice and clinical supervision in public and private institutions in the area of mental health, problem use, and dealing with traumatic experiences in adults as well as children and adolescents. Psychotherapist with an Anti-Oppressive, Trauma-Informed, Person-Centered, Feminist and Strength-Centered approach. She has been a speaker at seminars, talks, courses and at national and international congresses on Clinical Social Work, Mental Health and contemporary clinical practice in Social Work. She is a postgraduate university professor at the Andrés Bello University and undergraduate and postgraduate at the Viña del Mar University in Chile. He is currently doing  a postgraduate update in the Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies of the Trauma Research Foundation of the United States, an internationally recognized foundation with teachers such as Bessel van der Kolk, Stephen Porges, Richard Schwartz and others. She is the founder, co-director and teacher of the Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work.  

Area of specialization:

  • Clinical Social Work, Addictions and Mental Health

  • Critical and Anti-oppressive Social Work

  • Addressing events  traumatic events with children, adolescents and their families

  • Addressing traumatic experiences with female survivors

  • Clinical Supervision

Lines of investigation:

  • Effects of trauma on parenting

  • Treatment of traumatic experiences with adults and children

  • Contemporary Individual and Family Therapy with an antiopressant approach

  • Trauma Informed Practice (TIP)

  • Evidence Based Practice (EBP)

  • Collaborative and Antiopressive Clinical Supervision  

Publications:

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  • 2021: Grandón, E. Paola. Contemporary Clinical Social Work from critical perspectives: A historical view and a philosophy of practice. Latin American Journal of Clinical Social Work. N ° 1 (1) 79-92. Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work.

  • 2020:  Reyes, Diego and Grandón, E. Paola.  Clinical Social Work, Trauma and Mental Health:  General considerations, transversal aspects and contemporary elements.  New Critical Action Magazine, N ° 9. Peru: Latin American Center for Social Work.

  • 2020:  Grandón, E. Paola.  Trauma-Informed Clinical Social Work: A Comprehensive Approach for Therapeutic Accompaniment in Various Suffering Experiences. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020: Reyes, D; Grandón, E. Paola and Ramírez, J.  Clinical Social Work from a Strengths-Based Perspective: Possibilities for the development of an empowering practice with an impact on resilience. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020:  Grandón, E. Paola and Reyes, Diego.  Anti-Oppressive Clinical Social Work: Possibilities for a political, critical and gender sensitive clinic. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020:  Reyes, Diego and Grandón, E. Paola.  Clinical Social Work: Maps, Characters and Global Scenario. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2018:  Grandón, E. Paola. Antiopressive practice in the context of Clinical Social Work . International Community of Clinical Social Work.

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B.Sc, BSW, MSW. E. PAOLA GRANDÓN ZEREGA

Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist, of Chilean and Canadian nationality, trained in Critical and Antiopressive approach by York University and in Evidence-Based Practices by the University of Toronto. Bachelor of Science: Major Psychology (B.Sc.) from the University of Toronto, Canada. Honors Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) with Academic Distinction from York University Canada and Master of Social Work (MSW): Mental Health Specialization from the University of Toronto Canada. Research Assistant at the Fleming Maternal Studies Laboratory, University of Toronto School of Psychology, Canada. Revalidation of the professional grade of Social Work by the University of Chile and Postgraduate Diploma in Child-Youth Clinical Intervention Strategies by the University of Valparaíso. Current member of the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)  and registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). He also has professional internships at the Center for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) in the Youth Addictions and Concurrent Disorders Program Unit (650 clinical hours), and  St. Joseph's Hospital in the Assertive Community Treatment Program unit (600 clinical hours). She served as clinical supervisor, team leader and co-designer of the  gender-specific residential program at the Jean Tweed Center for Women and their Families in Toronto. Today he has 20 years of experience in therapeutic practice and clinical supervision in public and private institutions in the area of mental health, problem use, and dealing with traumatic experiences in adults as well as children and adolescents. Psychotherapist with an Anti-Oppressive, Trauma-Informed, Person-Centered, Feminist and Strength-Centered approach. She has been a speaker at seminars, talks, courses and at national and international congresses on Clinical Social Work, Mental Health and contemporary clinical practice in Social Work. She is a postgraduate university professor at the Andrés Bello University and undergraduate and postgraduate at the Viña del Mar University in Chile. He is currently doing  a postgraduate update in the Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies of the Trauma Research Foundation of the United States, an internationally recognized foundation with teachers such as Bessel van der Kolk, Stephen Porges, Richard Schwartz and others. She is the founder, co-director and teacher of the Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work.  

Area of specialization:

  • Clinical Social Work, Addictions and Mental Health

  • Critical and Anti-oppressive Social Work

  • Addressing events  traumatic events with children, adolescents and their families

  • Addressing traumatic experiences with female survivors

  • Clinical Supervision

Lines of investigation:

  • Effects of trauma on parenting

  • Treatment of traumatic experiences with adults and children

  • Contemporary Individual and Family Therapy with an antiopressant approach

  • Trauma Informed Practice (TIP)

  • Evidence Based Practice (EBP)

  • Collaborative and Antiopressive Clinical Supervision  

Publications:

​​​

  • 2021: Grandón, E. Paola. Contemporary Clinical Social Work from critical perspectives: A historical view and a philosophy of practice. Latin American Journal of Clinical Social Work. N ° 1 (1) 79-92. Chilean Institute of Clinical Social Work.

  • 2020:  Reyes, Diego and Grandón, E. Paola.  Clinical Social Work, Trauma and Mental Health:  General considerations, transversal aspects and contemporary elements.  New Critical Action Magazine, N ° 9. Peru: Latin American Center for Social Work.

  • 2020:  Grandón, E. Paola.  Trauma-Informed Clinical Social Work: A Comprehensive Approach for Therapeutic Accompaniment in Various Suffering Experiences. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020: Reyes, D; Grandón, E. Paola and Ramírez, J.  Clinical Social Work from a Strengths-Based Perspective: Possibilities for the development of an empowering practice with an impact on resilience. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020:  Grandón, E. Paola and Reyes, Diego.  Anti-Oppressive Clinical Social Work: Possibilities for a political, critical and gender sensitive clinic. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2020:  Reyes, Diego and Grandón, E. Paola.  Clinical Social Work: Maps, Characters and Global Scenario. In Clinical Social Work: Latin American Perspectives and Related Contexts. Editorial Fundación La Hendija: Argentina. (In the process of publication).

  • 2018:  Grandón, E. Paola. Antiopressive practice in the context of Clinical Social Work . International Community of Clinical Social Work.