Siobhan Cassidy, MSW, RSW


Siobhan Cassidy, MSW, RSW

(they/them, she/her)

 

Registered Social Worker

 

Siobhan is a registered Social Worker with the OCSWSSW and the OASW, currently working in Dish with One Spoon Territory. They graduated with a Masters of Social Work (MSW) from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), with a minor in gender studies, from Carleton University.

Siobhan is an Irish & Scottish, white-settler, queer, non-binary, fat femme. She’s worked with individuals and groups in community-based non-profit settings across Turtle Island, for over 10 years. They have experience in providing rape crisis , gender-based violence, intimate partner violence (IPV), mental health, substance use, and traumatic grief counselling to folks experiencing poverty and homelessness. They love supporting queer and trans folks navigating coming out, adjusting to hormones, exploring topics of identity, community, and self-image.

Siobhan offers a compassionate, intuitive, and non-judgmental space to explore and heal using anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, decolonial, and intersectional approaches. Their style can include arts-based activities, embodied movements, groundings, and other visualizations. Their practices draw from strengths based, mindfulness, and narrative therapies.