Shontelle Prokipcak MSW, RSW, CCAC, CCS-AC

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


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

O: 613.225.7272
F: 613.225.6767
shontelle@mhaso.ca

Member:
Ontario College of Social Workers
Ontario Association of Social Workers
Canadian Addiction Counsellors Cert.
CCAC and 
CCS-AC

Available Evenings and Weekends for telehealth and limited in person appointments.

Shontelle Prokipcak has been providing collaborative mental health and addiction services for youth, young adults, and families in the Ottawa region for the past 20 years. Shontelle works closely with individuals and families to identify the best treatment plans to meet their unique needs.

It is her goal to help individuals, families, and the community gain knowledge, understanding, and treatment for mental health and addiction issues.  Shontelle does so by providing assessments, education, treatment plans, treatment, advocacy, referrals, by participating in intra-agency, intra-professional collaborations, and public speaking.

Shontelle specializes in trauma. Many of the people she works with have more than one issue they would like to work on, and she uses a holistic approach, and address all the issues that are presented often collaborating with schools, the family, the justice system, family doctors, and other specialists.

Shontelle has a special interest in trauma as a result of colonization past, present and future. Inuit, First Nations and Metis issues and mindfulness.

Shontelle offers SMART Recovery groups on Saturday Mornings from 10:00 am to 11:30 am, Wedneday nights 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm as well as SMART Family and Friends meetings Saturday afternoon 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm.

Treatment Approach:
CBT

Motivational Interviewing
Solution Focused
Humanistic
Narrative
Strengths Based

REBT

Mindfulness

Tri-Phasic Approach to Trauma Recovery

Mi CBT

 

Modality:
Individuals
Parents
Loved Ones

Specialties:

Addictions
Anxiety

Gambling/Internet

GLBTQ

Loss/Bereavement

Parenting

Personality Disorders

Substance Abuse

Trauma/PTSD

Colonial Trauma

Finances:
$150 per hour
E-Money Transfers
Cheques, Cash, or Credit Cards

Accepted by most extended health benefit plans

NIHB

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

Religious Orientation: ALL

Sexual Orientation: ALL

Ages: 15 to 99

First Nations / Inuit

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

Ottawa, Ontario K2E 5P3

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