Mina Vukobradovic Rai
Mina Vukobradovic is an internationally trained clinical psychologist with a Master’s degree in Psychotherapy. Mina continued her educational path in Toronto while choosing to narrow her expertise toward her main passion – psychotherapeutic work with juveniles. Mina has a wealth of experience and a remarkable dedication to the field of psychology. With a profound understanding of the human mind and a compassionate approach, she has significantly impacted many individuals’ lives. Her therapeutic experiences and competencies include psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, gastrointestinal mental health therapy (GI-MHT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), family therapy and eating disorders. She has developed several treatment and prevention programs to help children and young adults maintain and improve their mental and physical health. She has extensive experience working with victims of violence. After finishing her five-year clinical program in Europe, Mina worked in a mental hospital setting before moving to Canada, mainly focusing on psychosis and anxiety disorders.
Additionally, her expertise spans private practice setting, where she has guided her clients through various emotional and behavioural challenges. Her deep understanding of various therapeutic modalities and exceptional ability to create a safe and empathetic environment has helped clients from all walks of life find solace and healing. However, in working with children, Mina’s passion truly shines. Her love for the little and young adult ones is evident in every interaction, as they naturally connect with children on a profound level. Whether helping children overcome anxiety, guiding them through challenging life transitions or providing support for behavioural issues, Mina has a unique talent for fostering growth and resilience in young minds.