Helping families, professionals, volunteers, and communities support grieving children, youth and adults
Andrea and Colleen co-own and operate Andrea Warnick Consulting Inc. They first met in 2012 through their roles as Children’s Grief Counsellors through the Max and Beatrice Wolfe Children’s Centre and the Dr. Jay Children's Grief Centre in Toronto, quickly recognizing their shared passion for supporting grieving children, youth and families experiencing the death and dying of someone close to them. Andrea founded AWC in 2014, and she and Colleen became partners in the practice in 2022. AWC is a group practice that is reflective of Andrea and Colleen’s collective knowledge and sensitivity to the needs of those who are grieving, while providing connection, community and support.
Andrea Warnick is an educator, registered psychotherapist, nurse, and thanatologist. She specializes in ensuring that adults, children and youth have access to caring and informed support when experiencing the serious illness, dying, or death of someone close to them. She has learned through her 25 years of experience that such support goes a long way towards helping individuals of all ages integrate their grief in a way that allows them to thrive in life.
Colleen Mousseau is a Registered Psychotherapist, a leader and a builder of strong and supportive teams. She provides clinical support to the team at AWC, while advocating for the inclusion of all people in honouring the mental health needs of children, youth, adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities.
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Upcoming education sessions and trainings range from one-hour seminars to multiple day workshops.