Mental Health Clinician
Barbara Drover is a family therapist with over 30 years experience. She has a Master of social work
degree from Memorial University, with a specialty in Attachment, using both modern and post modern
approached to therapy.
Barbara’s areas of interests include working with individuals, families, children and teenagers. Issues
include family conflict, anxiety, trauma, domestic violence, separation and divorce, self esteem, adoption, foster care issues, coping with child welfare. Barbara has presented extensively in the area of childhood attachment and effects on mental health.
Focus/Area of interests:
- Adults coping
- Adolescence issue
- Parenting issues
- Children over 8, anxiety, coping
- Referrals from child welfare – CSSD.. children in care over 8, adolescents, adults dealing with child
welfare, foster parent coping
- Victim Services – domestic violence, victims of violence, anxiety about court, coping.
- Custody, separation, conflict and grief and loss after divorce, coping with parenting post divorce, court
issues, children’s grief and anxiety post separation and parental conflict.
- Adoption issues