Ida Zanon MSW RSW

Office: M.H.A.S.O.

200-1489 Merivale Rd
Ottawa, ON, K2E 5P3

O: 613.225.7272
F: 613.225.6767


Ontario College of Social Workers


Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings

MHASO, Mental Health and Addiction Servies of Ottawa, Psych Today

Ida has worked in a variety of different settings, which include residential treatment centres, detentions centres for youth, educational settings with children, and shelter settings with males and adults in the community. Ida provides individual and group counselling. She uses a variety of approaches including motivational interviewing, strength-based approaches, dialectical behavioural therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Together, they build on client strengths and she encourages individuals to participate fully in their treatment plans. Ida supports individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, addictions and trauma. Ida provides advocacy for clients in need of this type of support.​

Ida is a Masters level Social Worker graduate with 18 years of experience working with adults and youth with mental illnesses, addictions, developmental disabilities and those diagnosed with multiple issues. She also holds a Child and Youth Care Worker Diploma from Algonquin College, a B.A. Honours Degree in Sociology and a Bachelor of Social Work Degree from Carleton University.

Ida receives clinical supervision through Clinical Psychologist Dr. Brenda Saxe.

Treatment Approach:

Solution Focused

Strength Based



(youth & adults)


Youth Justice/Conflict with the Law
Substance Abuse Conduct/Behavioural ADD/ADHD

Gambling/Internet Loss/Bereavement

General Mental Health

Dual Diagnosis

$150 per hour
E-Money Transfers
Cheques or Cash
All major credit cards

Client Focus:
Gender: ALL
Ethnicity: ALL
Language: ENGLISH

Religious Orientation: ALL
Sexual Orientation: ALL
Ages: 17 to 99

Mental Health & Addiction Services of Ottawa
1489 Merivale Rd Unit 200

Ottawa, Ontario K2E 5P3

MHASO, Mental Health and Addiction Servies of Ottawa
For Life-Threatening Emergencies Call 911

For Mental Health Crisis Line Call 613.722.6914

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