Nadia Stolpner, MSW RSW, has been designing and facilitating contemplative movement, art and mindfulness-based group programs, and providing individual counselling with diverse organizations including George Brown College, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Sheena's Place, YWCA Elm Centre, and in private practice. She is a social worker registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers. 

The following influence my work:


- Master of Social Work degree, University of Toronto (2007)

- Certificate in Solution-Focused Counselling, University of Toronto School of Social Work

- Narrative Therapy training, The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre

- Body-oriented transformational counselling, Lifespace Institute


- Mindfulness-based Group Practice, Sunnybrook Psychiatry Institute for Continuing Education

- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction professional training with Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli

- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program with Roy Hintsa

Mindfulness-based therapeutic groups with Paul Badali at Integra Children's Mental Health Centre

- Personal daily practice and mindfulness meditation retreats

Contemplative Movement/Dance & Other Expressive Arts

- Embodied Spirituality (authentic movement) trainings with Simona Aronow, Latifa Berry Kropf, Rabbi Diane Elliot and Julie Leavitt; and daily practice

- Dance our Way Home and Radical Radiance with Erica Ross

- Contemplative Dance with Alton Wasson

- The Body Dances with Daria Halprin

- Shake Your Soul expressive movement with Dan Leven

- 5 Rhythms with Taeji, Layah Singer-Wilson, Silvija TomĨik,Tammy Burstein

- Continuum Technique with Emily Conrad

- Primordial Movement (movement that originates in the body intelligence) with Lorenna Bousquet-Kacera

- Love of dance (background in ballet, ballroom, latin and lately freeform dancing)


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