If you book an intake call, Shreya may be your first point of contact. Shreya is one of our Clinic Assistants. Shreya provides an empathic approach to her calls, which she has developed during her experience in multiple health clinics.
Shreya is currently completing her specialized bachelor of science in honours psychology at the University of Toronto, St George campus. Shreya has completed mental health first aid training with the Mental Health Commission Canada, suicide intervention training with LivingWorks, and accessibility training with the University of Toronto. She took on the role of
a mental health and wellness peer consultant for students taking an English as a second language course at the University of Toronto. This opportunity helped her realize that culturally competent support is important for all communities. She has a passion for writing and is a columnist at The Varsity, the University of Toronto’s tri-campus newspaper. Some of her article titles are “Between winter and lockdown, U of T must proactively promote mental health,” “UTSC’s new medical academy is a step in the right direction to addressing healthcare inequalities,” and “U of T students need to stop normalizing sleep deprivation.” She grew up in Mumbai, India and spent much of her time there volunteering at a psychology clinic and a centre for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Shreya wants to enter the field of clinical and counselling psychology and sees her role at TPC as an excellent stepping stone in pursuing her career goals.