Kendra Neveau, MSW, RSW
Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist
Kendra is a proud member of Batchewana First Nation, who was raised on her reservation in Sault Ste. Marie. She is developing her skills in understanding what it means to be an Indigenous Social Worker. She provides a sacred therapeutic space by honoring the unique experiences and challenges that we all individually face, regardless of if it’s the impacts of colonization, intergenerational trauma, or other mental health concerns. Kendra will collaborate with you to create a therapeutic experience that you can feel connected with, feel safe, and empowered by.
Kendra is a registered Social Worker of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). She attended King’s University College and recently completed the Master of Social Worker Program with a concentration in mental health (2023). Kendra has also completed her Honours Bachelor of Social Work degree at Laurentian University, where she focused on Indigenous studies (2022).
Kendra has experience supporting children ages (5 year and above), who struggled with emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, and coping through life challenges. Kendra has also supported individuals who are struggling with parenting skills, experiencing trauma symptoms (PTSD, disassociation, flashbacks, body regulation), borderline personality disorder, grief and loss, life transitions, and unhealthy relationships. Kendra focuses on providing informed therapeutic modalities in CBT, mindfulness, somatic informed, and IFS.