Tracey Jastinder Mann, MSW, RSW


(She/Her/They/Them)

Tracey is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). She earned her Master of Social Work from York University.

Tracey is a queer south asian femme of colour who works to support collective healing and liberation by offering individual counselling. Her work is centered in an intersectional feminist approach to therapy. Tracey focuses on creating a healing space where individuals can explore the emotional dimensions of life changes, experiences of trauma, or grief and loss, while also attempting to understand how experiences of marginalization, privilege and power influence our lived experiences.

Tracey has over 15 years of experience as a social worker offering therapeutic services. They have experience in the following areas: supporting survivors of sexual/interpersonal/structural violence; harm reduction and substance use; grief and loss; anxiety and depression; PTSD; healing from racial trauma; navigating interpersonal relationships; workplace bullying; LGBTQAA identities; exploring kink; poly relationships; sex work; migration journeys through a migrant justice lens; Eco-therapy and navigating gender journeys. 

Their approach is to support individuals to build upon existing strengths and daily practices to ensure that they have the tools to live their life in alignment with their own values and desires. Tracey sees their role to be to create a container to support a person in developing deeper accountability and consent in their relationship with themselves and with others.