Sim Gill, MSc earned a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Toronto. In 2010, she graduated from the University of Wales with a Master’s of Science, specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis. Today, Sim teaches in the Behaviour Health Sciences Program as a professor at Seneca College in Toronto.
In addition, Sim Gill, MSc is a Behaviour Consultant for Mackenzie Health. There, she assesses patient behaviour post-injury, and implements treatment plans utilizing acceptance and commitment therapy as well as mindfulness. Sim is enthusiastic about teaching workshops for groups that focus on coping strategies, and has practical experience in the field of acquired brain injury, behavioural disorders, challenging behaviours, autism, developmental disabilities, depression, anxiety management, and post-traumatic stress.
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