Trudi Strasberg is a psychotherapist with Cleveland Clinic Canada’s Executive Health program. In her role, Ms. Strasberg provides psychotherapy to adults, focused on helping them identify their strengths and achieve their wellness goals. She integrates the strengths of positive psychology, cognitive behaviour therapy, and narrative therapy into a positive, patient centered experience.
Raised in Toronto, Ms. Strasberg earned a Bachelor of Education degree in Kinesiology and Biology from McGill University in Montreal, and then worked as a fitness professional until pursuing her MBA degree at York University’s Schulich School of Business in Toronto. After enjoying a career in market research project management and data analysis at Ipsos-Reid, she returned to school to complete her Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology at National University in La Jolla, California.
Ms. Strasberg has expertise in the areas of resiliency, anger management, decision making, depression, anxiety, assisted reproduction, trauma/abuse, relationships, communication, and personal growth. Her career in psychology has included evaluating surrogate mothers and egg donors at Fertility Counseling Services in Los Angeles, as well as working with individual adults at The Southern California Counseling Center. It has also included leading adolescent groups at North County Lifeline in California, counselling students at San Diego’s MiraCosta College, and acting as a clinical and forensic research assistant at York University. Ms. Strasberg also maintains her own private practice.
In her free time, Ms. Strasberg enjoys jogging, walking, reading, writing, spending time with friends and family, and attending seminars, conferences, and the theatre.