Sari Shaicovitch | Registered Social Work
Registered Social Worker
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Social Work
Masters of Education
Sari has been a part of the Back in Action family for the past 5 years.
Prior to becoming a Registered Social Worker, Sari has undergraduate degrees in both Psychology and Social Work, as well as a graduate degree in Educational Counseling Psychology and Special Education.
Sari has also received extensive training in both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Infertility Counseling.
Sari has been working as a counselor and social worker for almost twenty years. She recognizes that we all go through periods of time in our life where we somehow lose control and are unsure how to get back to a place where our emotions are in check and where we are happy again.
Working with adolescents and adults, Sari has extensive experience helping her clients identify where they are struggling and helping them to formulate personal and realistic goals for change.
Areas of Interest:
Sari specializes in anxiety, depression, infertility, reproductive loss, crisis intervention, and self esteem.
Over the course of her career, Sari has presented on numerous topics to women’s groups, support groups and prenatal groups all around Toronto on topics such as “How to Recognize the Signs of Post Partum Depression”, “How to Tell your Child they were Adopted”, and “The Do’s and Don’ts to Help Increase Your Child’s Self Esteem”.
Sari also blogs bi-weekly for Clubmom, an online resource for women. Her blogs range in subject from anxiety, to bullying, to parenting, to struggling with sexuality and relationships.
Sari is currently the consulting social worker at Zen Beginnings, a Toronto-based Maternity and Wellness Center, and she also facilitates a monthly fertility support group, catered to couples at any stage of the process trying to have a family of their own.
She has been quoted in Readers Digest and has appeared on both Rogers Daytime Toronto as well as Rogers Daytime York Region.