Japneet Kaur, MSW, RSW, Therapist

I use an integrative approach to meet the unique needs of each client and family I work with.  This includes practicing with a relational, attachment focused, and strengths-based theoretical base, along with an anti-oppressive and trauma-informed framework with clients.

I incorporate modalities such as mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, dialectical-behavioral, motivational interviewing, and narrative therapy. These modalities can help clients gain insight into their circumstances, empower them towards/reach their goals and learn ways to effectively manage life’s challenges. When working with children and youth, I provide expressive arts based activities and creative approaches to create learning and understanding of self-regulation and skills for managing anxiety, sadness and other strong emotions. 


I look forward to connecting with you and supporting you through your journey. 

Japneet and Michelle have known each other for nearly 10 years. They met when Japneet completed her Master’s degree in Social Work. Japneet specialized in mental health and addictions and completed her practicum work, with children and families, under the supervision of Michelle L. Guy.

She is a current member of the OCSWSSW and is practicing at Acorn and Anchor as a Private Practitioner who follows the ideals, approaches and methodology of Acorn and Anchor Therapy Services.