Recipient of the 2014
Nina is a rehabilitation consultant with Innovative Case Management Inc. (ICM), working with individuals who have sustained brain and spinal cord injuries as a result of motor vehicle accidents with a focus on children and youth. Nina has a BA in Psychology from the University of Guelph and a postgraduate diploma from Humber College in the field of Child and Youth Counselling. With almost 20 years of experience, she has worked with individuals with acquired brain injuries (ABI) as well as mental health and varying physical abilities in a range of settings. Nina has years of experience in individual and group counselling, case management and program development and coordination. She has worked as a faculty member of the Child and Youth Work Program at Humber College and has sat on various board of director positions within the community. Nina remains actively involved in both the field of ABI and Child and Youth Counselling.