"Each person is a beautiful mosaic, where experiences, emotions, and perspectives form unique pieces. As we uncover the patterns, connections, and insights within, we unravel the meaning, purpose, and understanding that shape our inner world"

Jennifer Bonilla - Inner Mosaic Therapy

What does the name 'Inner Mosaic Therapy' mean?
How does it relate to how we help individuals heal and grow?"

Inner Mosaic Therapy derives its name from the metaphorical concept of a mosaic, representing the intricate and diverse nature of human experiences.

Just as a mosaic is composed of unique fragments that come together to create a harmonious and captivating whole, Inner Mosaic Therapy recognizes that each individual is a complex tapestry of emotions, experiences, and perspectives.

By honouring and exploring the multifaceted aspects of one's inner world, this therapy approach seeks to help individuals

  • discover the interconnectedness of their life's fragments,
  • uncover deeper insights,
  • foster personal growth,
  • and ultimately create a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
Education & Credentials
Education

Humber College: Diploma: Child & Youth Worker

York University: Bachelor of Arts: Psychology 

Tyndale University: Masters in Divinity: Clinical Counselling 

 

College Regulatory Body 

College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) #12580

 

Professional Associations

Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals (OAMHP) #7486-G

 

 

 

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