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Dayirai (Dye-Rye) Kapfunde MSW RCSW-S

Location: Dayirai is registered in AB, BC, ON, NWT and NS where she provides virtual and telehealth services

City: Airdrie, Red Deer, Edmonton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Burnaby, Calgary, Canada, Coquitlam, Etobicoke, Grand Prairie, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Lethbridge, London, Churchill, Brandon, Medicine Hat, Mississauga, Northwest Territories, Oakville, Ottawa, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Thunderbay, Toronto, Vancouver, and Waterloo

Province: Alberta


Specialty: ADHD,Anger Management,Anxiety,Addictions,Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD),Bullying,Chronic Pain,Codependency,Conflict Resolution,Career related,Family Relations,Depression,Domestic Abuse,Family Counselling,Grief,Infertility,Infedility,Life Coaching,Men’s Issues,Premarital Counselling,Parenting,Pregnancy,Racial Identity,School Issues,Self Esteem,Sexual Abuse,Sleep or Insomnia,Spirituality,Sports Performance,Stress,Substance Use,Stress,Teen Violence,Testing and Evaluation,Trauma and PTSD,Body,Women’s Issues
Demographic Adult 18-64,Teen 13-18,Pre-teen 10-12,Children 6-10
Services: Telephone,Video
Taking new clients?: Yes
Dayirai pronounced (Dye-Rye) is a registered Clinical Social Worker (RCSW) living in Alberta. In addition, she is registered to provide tele-practice in the following provinces: Ontario, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and the Northwest Territories. Dayirai obtained her Master of Social Work degree from Ryerson University and has provided mental wellness, coaching and consulting services to individuals, families, couples, and communities for over 12 years. Her early beginnings as a grassroots social worker in Ontario exposed her to the dynamics of children and families marginalized in society, whether by language as new immigrants, economics, and generational problems of mental health, addiction, and trauma. Dayirai’s social work career path has been intentionally varied in keeping with the profession’s presence in multiple spaces where social health and well-being are achieved through client-centeredness, collaboration, and leading change to promote social justice and social development. “My passion is partnering and working with clients to help them navigate systems and thrive. I provide a compassionate and creative presence in attending to whatever the clients bring to our work. My approach is respectful, authentic, ‘straightforward,’ strengths-based, recovery-oriented, solution-focused, empowering, anti-oppressive, collaborative, and non-judgmental. I’m not afraid to talk about the hard or awkward stuff, and I’m also not afraid to let clients know when they’re standing in their way. My goal is to meet clients where they are and to be helpful in a way that is specific to their circumstances.”