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Employment History

Coordinator of Social Work

Toronto District School Board


Parent and Child Therapist

Connected Parenting


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Janis Beach M.S.W., R.S.W., Parent and Child Therapist
Janis has been working with children and their families for over 25 years. She believes strongly in building the strength and resiliency of children and adults; this belief is the central core of her work. Janis brings a diverse range of experience and expertise to Connected Parenting. Prior to entering private practice in 2000, she was the coordinator of social work at the Toronto District School Board for seven years, and a school based social worker for 15 years, where she worked with students, their families and school personnel. Janis is also a family mediator. Known for her clear and engaging style, Janis is in demand for workshop presentations on a wide range of issues and as a facilitator in both the public and private sectors.


www.connectedparenting.ca

Janis Beach M.S.W., R.S.W, is a child and family therapist who has been working with children and their families for over 25 years.
She believes strongly in the strength and resiliency of children and adults; this belief is the central core of her work. Janis brings a vast and diverse range of experience and expertise to Connected Parenting. Prior to entering private practice in 2000, she was the Coordinator of Social Work at the Toronto District School Board for 7 years, and a school based Social Worker for 15 years, where she worked with students, their families and school personnel. Janis is also a family mediator. Known for her clear and engaging style, she is demand for workshop presentations on a wide range of issues and as a facilitator in both the public and private sectors. Presently her practice is mainly with children and their families, and includes individual and marital counseling. Janis lives in Toronto and enjoys parenting her three adult children. She brings the experience of knowing that there is indeed brilliant light at the end of the tunnel!


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They are going to be talking with their peers," said Janis Beach, social work co-ordinator for the Toronto District School Board.


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, Janis Beach, Retired Chief of Social Work Services, Toronto District School Board


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Exotic dancing has been drawing in some Toronto students for as long as board social work co-ordinator Janis Beach can remember - and she has been working with students for 20 years.For many, dancing is their entry point into the sex trade. "The reason that they're doing it is for the easy money, and they're not really aware of the progression and the oppression of starting that cycle," she said. "I think it's a wonderful idea to have a video that really points out how these things go and shows just how difficult it is to get out." Beach believes a prevention program focused on Grade 7 and 8 students makes sense because most kids are still in school then. "You lose your most vulnerable kids very soon after that." She believes that if Streetlight came into the classroom with a video and resource materials to lead the follow-up discussion, schools would jump at the opportunity. > Previous Story Mail this story to a friend Printer friendly version


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