It sometimes takes different perspectives to help families craft their best solution.  We believe in the power of teamwork, and the importance of combining skill sets.

When families struggle over how best to care for, or arrange time for their children, if they wish, we can arrange for the input of a social worker.  Two social workers share space with us and are readily available.  Others are engaged from time-to-time depending on the family’s wishes.

Tracy Majewski, M.S.W.   R.S.W.

Tracy is a registered social worker who has been actively working in the field since 1991.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours from Coventry University (England) in Sociology and Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social work from Wilfrid Laurier University.

Throughout her professional career, she has worked in a variety of settings including working with clients who are experiencing difficulties related to poverty, in employment counselling, in mental health and with families in children.  In the past 15 years, Tracy has  concentrated her practice on working with children and families, particularly those going through separation and divorce.  She currently has a private practice and work as a Clinical Investigator for the Office of the Children’s Lawyer.  In her private practice, she does Section 30 assessments for courts, complete “Voice of the Child” assessments and reports and also does family reunification and therapeutic access work.

Tracy is a hard-working and honest individual who always strives to provide her clients with personable, reliable and timely service.  She has an empathetic, caring and balanced approach to her work, where she is able to develop strong professional relationships with both adults and children.  In addition, she keeps her education and skills up to date, by regularly attending relevant trainings and conferences.

Tracy may be reached at 905 822-5807.

Jacqueline Iafrate,  M.S.W.   R.S.W.

Jacqueline Iafrate is a registered social worker and received her Masters of Social Work degree from McMaster University in 2002. She maintains a private practice in Oakville. She is an active member of the Ontario Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and has been a member of the Ontario Association of Social Works since 2006.

She has been employed as a social worker working with children and their families for over twenty years. Her current practice includes a wide range of services including child and family therapy, separation counselling, custody/access assessments, and reunification therapy. Jacqueline has particular expertise in the area of high conflict separation and divorce and has worked extensively with families impacted by separation and divorce since 2005. Jacqueline Iafrate also provides assessments and clinical consultation for the Office of The Children’s Lawyer.

More information about Jacquie’s services may be found at her website, and she may be reached at 905 487-4887.