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About Luc Grey

Luc Grey (he/they) is a queer cisgender white man. He acknowledges the systemic privileges they experience as a white, male-presenting cisgender man, and settler to Turtle Island (colonially known as Canada). In their life and work, he strives to unlearn and acknowledge the ways in which colonialism has influenced and informed their biases and perspectives. They commit to ongoing critical reflection and taking action around mitigating bias from impacting his ability to provide an affirming experience for clients. 


Luc Grey is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherpists of Ontario (CRPO). (Registration number: 14645). They are also a Registered Social Service Worker and member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). (Registration number: 842596).

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Education, Experience & Association

  • *Present* 400-hour practicum with Blueprint Counselling Sept. 2023 - Apr. 2024

  • Professional Practice and Jurisprudence e-Learning Module, College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (2023)

  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University (Expected April, 2024) 

  • Youth mental health education program design - Jack.org (Current full-time role)

  • Excelerator Essentials - Non-directive Coaching, Essential Impact (2022)

  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills & Training, LivingWorks (2022)

  • Honours Bachelor of Community Development, Humber College (2021)

  • Mental Health First Aid: Standard, Mental Health Commission of Canada (2021)

  • Mental Health First Aid:  Supporting Youth, Mental Health Commission of Canada (2021)

  • Research and community engagement within gender and sexually diverse youth communities for mental and sexual health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, CAMH and Engage - HIV Prevention Lab (2020-2021)

  • Social Service Worker Diploma with Honours, Humber College (2018)

  • Providing online resource navigation and sexual health information to gender and sexually diverse communities in Peel Region, MOYO HCS (2018)

  • Youth mentoring, skill-building, goal setting, community engagement, Cadets Canada (2011-2016)

 

Luc also actively engages in regular professional development throughout the year and participates in the OCSWSSW’s Continuing Competence program.  

 

Professional Membership

  • Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association - Student Member

  • Ontario Social Service Worker Association - Practicing Member


For more information on Luc’s professional and volunteer experience, please visit their website or LinkedIn profile.

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Podcast Guest

I am excited to share this podcast experience I had with Julia from Fearless Practice where we discussed my journey in becoming a counsellor + qualifying therapist.
It was meaningful to speak to my experience in finding my footing, being true to my values, and establishing a private practice that is built on adaptability, community practice oriented and considering client and practitioner baseline needs.

In This Episode

  • Finding a supervisor and consultant in one! 

  • Building a business as a student in Ontario

  • Become Licensed

  • Follow your entrepreneurial calling

  • Luc’s advice for listeners

LGBTQ+ Related Resources & Tools for Humber College Faculty

In the final year of Luc's Community Development Degree, he conducted a mixed methods community research project to determine the ability of faculty at Humber College to ensure the inclusion of gender and sexual diversity within their classroom and curriculum for their students. 

 

This involved stakeholder consultation, a survey of faculty and key informant interviews. Post-research collection, interpreting findings, analysis efforts, report writing, and a dissemination presentation to peers and faculty. To complete the project, the findings and recommendations were presented and discussed with leadership stakeholders.

Panel Event

This panel engaged educators and community leaders to discuss the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth as well as best practices in supporting youth's mental health and empowerment.

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