ABOUT DR. MICELI
Dr. Paula Miceli is a Member of The College of Psychologists of Ontario and received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from York University in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015, she began offering psychotherapy services in private practice settings. Her areas of practice include clinical and health psychology, with adults as her primary client group.
Dr. Miceli is skilled in treating a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, stress, difficulties in relationships, personality disorders, and psychological trauma. She has worked closely with individuals who seek mind-body approaches to cope with health concerns (eg., immune, infertility, endocrine, cancer) and to cope with a loved one's mental health condition or addiction.
Dr. Miceli's orientation is informed by the interpersonal theory and approach of Dr. Lorna Smith Benjamin, which is anchored in the traditions of psychodynamics and attachment. Other approaches are also employed, such as cognitive-behavioural and humanistic/client-centered approaches, to meet client needs and as recommended by evidence-based treatment guidelines.
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Past talks and other community initiatives by Dr. Miceli are listed here. For further information, or to request a talk in your area, use the button below to inquire.
TRUST, VACCINE HESITANCY & OUR FUTURE IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD
May 21, 2020
Thanks to John Hastings of the Rotary Club of Toronto West for inviting me to give a presentation to Rotarians (via Zoom). It was a pleasure to discuss the role of trust in vaccine use, vaccine hesitancy, and to consider ways to promote trust, evidence-gathering and informed decision-making about vaccines for COVID-19.
Visit the Rotary Club of Toronto West website (link) to view the presentation.
PSYCHOLOGY MONTH 2019
February 1-28, 2019
In celebration of #PsychologyMonth, this website curated a collection of internet psychology resources and links to talks hosted by Psychologists in the community. This webpage was retired, and some of the popular resources now have a permanent home on the Resources page. Thanks to all who visited!
NAVIGATING CARE FOR ANXIETY & DEPRESSION: FOR ADULTS LIVING IN TORONTO
November 27, 2018
Thanks to the attendees of this talk at TS Medical Centre in Toronto, Ontario. It was wonderful to discuss the diversity of services and providers in the Mental Health System and how to navigate it.
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