Sierra Keary

Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist

LANGUAGE(S): English

You are the author of your own story."


Sierra’s approach to therapy is based on the understanding that life can be difficult to navigate and that everyone needs a space where they can slow down and reflect on who they are, as well as who they would like to become. This process allows her clients to build upon their strengths and develop new skills to manage challenging situations and feelings. She views therapy as a dynamic opportunity for people to gain a deeper understanding of their emotions and is committed to facilitating conversations that lead to enduring change.

Sierra completed a Masters of Social Work (MSW) with specialization in health and mental health at the University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Her practice draws on elements and techniques from various therapeutic modalities including motivational interviewing, solution focused brief therapy, narrative therapy, and dialectical behavioural therapy. She approaches her work from strengths based, trauma informed, and anti-oppressive lenses and is an ally of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Sierra aims to create a safe space for individuals of all backgrounds and a has a deep respect of the courage it requires to reach out and seek healing through therapy.


  • Masters of Social Work in Health and Mental Health, University of Toronto, 2022
  • Bachelor of Social Work, Dalhousie University, 2018
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, St. Thomas University, 2016


  • Partnering with and supporting the launch of the Thorncliffe Park Youth Wellness Hub, successfully integrating hospital and community services and providing substance use Harm Reduction Counselling to individuals under age 29
  • Co-leading a week long camping adventure trip on the Madawaska River for vulnerable youth from an Outpatient Mental Health program
  • Becoming a living organ donor and giving her father a second chance at life

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