Zoe Bundas is a Registered Social Worker at Cleveland Clinic Canada. Ms. Bundas has experience in a wide variety of clinical areas including intensive care, individual and family counselling, neurology and stroke care, complex diabetes care and palliative care. She has a strong interest in mood disorders, life transitions, trauma, grief, and chronic and terminal health conditions.
Ms. Bundas obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from McGill University in Quebec. During her studies, she was a member of Brain Awareness Montreal and the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) at McGill. She went on to complete her Master of Social Work with a specialty in health and healthcare at the University of Windsor, where she also acted as a member of the MSW Peer Mentor Program and the MSW Student Union Program.
Passionate about continuing education, Ms. Bundas has completed additional certification in trauma care, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), suicide alertness, management of aggressive behavior, and stroke care. She is skilled in healthcare system navigation, resource counseling, and integrating evidence-based approaches in therapy, and prides herself on taking a compassionate, collaborative and individualized approach to meet her patient’s needs.
When she’s not seeing patients, Ms. Bundas enjoys spin classes, cooking, trying new restaurants, watching reality tv and spending time with friends and family.
- Masters of Social Work
- University of Windsor
Health and Healthcare
- Bachelor of Arts
- McGill University
- Trauma-Informed Care: Building a Culture of Strength, The Crisis and Trauma Institute
- Prevention of Management of Aggressive Behavior (PMAB)
- Toronto Stroke Network: Psychosocial Hopeful Care Learning Program Facilitator
- Institute for Communication/Toronto Stroke Network Choices & Change: Motivating Healthy Behaviours
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Essentials
- Suicide to Hope Program
- Safetalk Suicide Alertness Training
- Interprofessional Education – Baycrest Centre of Education
- Tri-council Policy Statement: Conduct for Research Involving Humans Course on Research Ethics (TPCS 2: CORE)
- Mood disorders
- Life transitions
- Chronic and terminal health conditions
- Ontario College of Social Work and Social Service Work (OCSWSSW)
- Ontario Association of Social Work (OASW)