About Us

Life with a brain injury or neurological disorder can seem full of limits and challenges. At Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy, we’re committed to supporting each client through their unique road to recovery.

With extensive experience in community-based support, our team is committed to helping our clients uncover their own path to a life with meaning and purpose. We provide assessment, consultation, and treatment services with the utmost professionalism, integrity, and understanding of the journey our clients are on.

We are professional, passionate, and dedicated Rehabilitation Specialists. With over 15 years of experience working with people whose lives have been affected by a Brain Injury or Neurological Disability, we are committed to supporting each client through their unique road to recovery.




Stacey Levine's 2019 nominee badge for Health Care Provider of the Year in Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury RehabilitationStacey Levine's 2017 nominee badge for Health Care Provider of the Year in Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

The Award of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation, presented by the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), is meant to recognize those who consistently provide exceptional service to the Brain Injury Community.

Click to read more about Stacey’s accomplishment and the testimonials others have left for her on OBIA’s Award of Excellence website



The Team

Stacey Levine

Behaviour Therapist

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Stacey Levine

Trisha Di Caro

Behaviour Therapist

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Trisha Di Caro

How Can We Help

When it comes to brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, and mental disorders, no two people are the same. In fact, the effects on the same person can change from one day to the next.

At Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy, our team provides assessment, consultation, and treatment services that are tailored to help our clients as well as their families navigate the system and build both confidence and independence.

We specialize in treating people with:

Acquired brain injuries

Developmental delays

Psychological disorders

Autism spectrum disorders

Neurological disorders

Psychiatric disorders

Dual diagnoses

What Is Behaviour Therapy?

Neurological disorders and disabilities are caused by damage or injury to the nervous system—the brain, spinal cord, and the nerves that connect them. This can have an impact on energy levels, movement, speech, memory, behaviour, and how people express their thoughts and feelings.

Behaviour therapy is an action-based treatment that focuses on how behaviour is influenced by a multitude of variables (i.e., social, emotional, physiological, environmental, etc.). We use a number of different approaches, including those listed below, to create an individualizes therapeutic approach for each client.

Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) and intensive behavioural intervention (IBI) use positive reinforcement to encourage skills and modify how someone responds to their environment. The objective of ABA and IBI are to enable useful behaviours and reduce those that could be harmful.

Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy (mental health counselling) that considered the thoughts and feelings that influence how someone responds to a given situation. We use cognitive therapy to help build resilience, through things like problem-solving skills to help cope with stressful situations, or tools to help manage or channel emotions.

Social learning theory combines the positive reinforcement of ABA with the mental aspects of CBT to help people learn in a more social context. It’s based on four requirements—attention, retention, reproduction (repetition), and motivation—that enable people to learn by observing and imitating the behaviour of others.

Play therapy uses different types of play—like toys, pets, games, or art—to help people, especially children, improve social skills, build mental and emotional strength, and encourage psychological wellbeing.

What Is Rehabilitation Therapy?

Rehabilitation therapy is provided by an unregulated support worker who follows the rehabilitation goals prescribed by a regulated healthcare professional, such as a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist, social worker, or psychologist.

Working as a Rehabilitation Support Worker allows you to provide the client with both the intensification and repetition which enables them to optimize their rehabilitation goals and therapeutic intervention.


Our Treatment Services

Whichever strategies we use in our therapeutic programs, Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy prioritizes goal-oriented treatment. Behaviour therapy emphasizes objectively measureable results; if one method doesn’t show improvement, we’ll adjust and find another approach that does.

We believe quality of life can be improved by taking an integrated approach to community-based therapy. Our services include:


Behaviour therapy intervention

Rehabilitation therapy intervention

Cognitive rehabilitation

Recreational therapy

Behaviour assessment reports

Progress reports

Data collection and behaviour analysis

Supportive counselling

Educational support

Vocational support

Physiotherapy Directed Programming

Occupational Therapy Directed Programming

Speech and Language Pathology Directed Programming

Help with all aspects of activities of daily living

We also work closely with other professionals like physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, psychologists, and speech and language pathologists to ensure the most effective treatment.

Contact Us

Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy provides community-based services throughout the GTA and surrounding areas.

For general inquiries or new referrals, please contact Stacey Levine or Trisha Di Caro.


Stacey Levine


Tel: (416) 727-5487

Fax: (416) 546-1456

Trisha Di Caro


Tel: (416) 984-7236

Fax: (416) 546-1456



Our treatment and assessment fees follow Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) guidelines.

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