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.
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.
Stacey Levine is a behaviour therapist who believes effective therapy starts with an open mind and an approach that sets no limits on what people can accomplish.
As co-founder and co-owner of Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy, Stacey uses her clinical expertise to find creative solutions that improve quality of life for adults and children with brain injuries and neurological disorders. She’s committed to providing compassionate, professional, and skilled support to her clients, as well as their families and caregivers.
A graduate of the University of Carleton in 1999 with a B.A. in Psychology, Stacey was formally trained in applied behaviour analysis, an approach that’s based on modifying behaviour. She has extensive experience in the field of cognitive behaviour therapy, and over the last 15 years has worked with a diverse group of people through the inpatient brain injury unit at Toronto Rehab Hospital and in the community.
Stacey specializes in treating individuals with acquired brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders, neurological disorders, psychiatric disorders, and dual diagnoses. She has expertise with a number of behaviour approaches including applied behaviour analysis, verbal behaviour, play therapy, natural environmental teaching (NET), mindfulness, and cognitive behaviour therapy.
For behaviour therapist Trisha Di Caro, a critical part of providing effective treatment to someone with a brain injury or neurological disorder is understanding what his or her experience is. That empathy guides her work as the co-founder and co-owner of Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy.
Trisha graduated in 2000 from Humber College in the field of developmental services and completed the Applied Behaviour Analysis program at Seneca College in 2005. She’s spent 15 years working with both individuals and families, providing one-on-one support that’s tailored to each individual.
Specializing in the treatment of acquired brain injuries and neurodevelopment disorders, Trisha has worked with people of all ages who have developmental delays, mental health issues, anxiety disorders, Down’s syndrome (DS), autism, aphasia and other communication disorders, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or Parkinson’s disease, as well as dual diagnoses cases. She understands that helping someone find or rediscover their meaning and purpose in life takes an intimate relationship that’s rooted in trust, compassion, and personal care.
Trisha’s professional experience has included positions with Peel Halton Acquired Brain Injury Services, the acquired brain injury unit of the Toronto Rehab Institute’s neuro-cognitive team, the acquired brain injury behavioural services unit at West Park Healthcare Center, and Toronto Preschool Autism Services.
For behaviour therapy to truly make a difference to someone’s quality of life, Holly Canivet believes context is everything; it’s important to look beyond the behaviour in question and examine everything in the person’s life as a whole.
After 18 years in the acquired brain injury field, Holly continues to be amazed by the impact positive change can have on somebody’s life. As a therapist with Journey Rehabilitation and Behaviour Therapy, she specializes in working with people of all ages who have mild to severe acquired brain injuries and neurological disorders, mental health issues, and communication disorders.
Holly’s experience has given her valuable insight into the entire rehab process and the understanding to tailor treatment to fit each individual. With a BA in psychology from Queens University and a Behavioural Science Technology diploma from St. Lawrence College, she’s utilized her applied behaviour analysis (ABA) training in many different rehabilitation settings including inpatient, residential, and community outreach.
Holly has held positions with Peel Halton Acquired Brain Injury Services, Westpark Healthcare Centre, Toronto Rehab Institute, and Hamilton Health Sciences. She has also worked privately as a behaviour therapist for eight years.