Welcome to Dr.Julie Gowthorpe RSW ~ The Talk Doctor
Thank you for visiting my site. People schedule sessions with me for many reasons. From personal challenges, issues in the couple relationship or marriage, to coping with the stressors of separation and divorce, men, women, adolescents and children come to my practice with one common goal – to make life better. My approach is to empower you to make the changes necessary to trigger the success that you are looking for, to feel better and to enjoy life. My role is to facilitate change by empowering you with knowledge and life strategies. You deserve to be happy. I can help you get there. I look forward to working together!
Moving Beyond Divorce
Divorce can be a traumatic and unexpected experience, as many things relied upon and planned for the future change. People experiencing divorce are left grieving not only the loss of their marriage but also what they were expecting for the future.
A six-week group explores relevant issues and strategies to support moving beyond divorce. To learn more click here
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe: Media Tour
July 08, 2014:, AM Northwest Katu,
June 13, 2014: Virginia This Morning, Richmond, Virginia, CBS 9-10am est.
|Cheryl, Greg,Dr. Julie, Jessica, and Donna|
June 12, 2014: Connecticut Style Morning Show (Adjusting to divorce on NEWS 8 wtnh.com)
|Dr. Julie and Teresa|
June 6, 2014: Breakfast Television Vancouver
May 30, 2014: What She Said ~ Canada Talks on Sirius XM (station 167)
8 Ways for Divorcees to Cope With Father's Day as seen on ABC News.com
Tainted Love: Now in Book Stores
Available Online at:
|Barnes & Noble|
Board of Directors
Dr. Julie represents the SouthEastern Region(Durham/Kawartha, Huronia Highlands and Kingston) on the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW's) Board of Directors. The board sets the Association's policies and strategic directions, ensures that the organization stays on course to fulfill its mission and advises the organization on issues affecting the social work profession and the public at the provincial level. Regional Directors represent the perspective, interests and needs of members in their region at the provincial level.
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