mindfulness for life

mindfulness for life

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Oona Fraser Clinical Supervisor

Not just an experienced therapist.

clinical supervision with Oona Fraser, M.A.,R.P.

I’m not just an experienced therapist – I have a deep interest in the pedagogy of psychotherapy and best practices in clinical supervision. I’ve been teaching mindfulness for over 20 years and more than 10 years’ experience as a clinical supervisor in frontline nonprofit and private practice environments. I’ve taught as university faculty, delivered trainings and seminars to major service organizations, supervised student placements from many Ontario universities, and have mentored dozens of RPs and social workers. I fully meet the latest CRPO requirements for clinical supervisors.

I have significant experience with issues of intimate partner violence, childhood sexual abuse and other forms of trauma. I specialize in experiential therapies including mindfulness-acceptance therapies, somatic trauma therapies, existential, gestalt, feminist and contemplative psychotherapies. I have a M.A. in Transpersonal Counselling Psychology and I’m also the graduate of a Buddhist seminary – informing the depth of my mindfulness-based and compassion-focused work with clients. My practice focuses on adult individuals and is client-centered, queer-positive and anti-oppressive. As an experienced supervisor I also support clinicians with an eclectic approach including narrative, systemic, psychodynamic, solution-focused and CBT approaches.


clinical supervision

with Oona Fraser, M.A., R.P.

Services for therapy professionals include individual and group consultations, supervision groups, community events for therapists, training and consultations for organizations.

My clinic operates as a practicum program for master’s level students and a supervised practice program for newer therapists.

I particularly welcome R.P.s interested in deepening their practice in mindfulness-based, compassion-focused, trauma-specific, somatic or contemplative psychotherapy.