Mario Spiler has over 30 years of experience in supporting individuals, couples, families and groups. Mario is a registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. His background includes extensive training in NLP and has been an NLP Master Practitioner for more than a decade. He is certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist through the Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Please contact us to find out more about our Hypnotherapy services. Prior to 2006, Mario worked in a multitude of clinical settings that include hospitals, in-patient and out-patient psychiatric services, rehabilitation, chronic pain treatment programs, and social service agencies. Mario completed his Masters in Social Work from Wilfred Laurier, Kitchener-Waterloo in 1986. Professional development remains a high career priority, as he continues to refine his clinical knowledge and expertise.
Mario’s professional success comes from his creative use of multiple perspectives, levels of self-awareness, intense curiosity and humor. Mario inspires his clients to empower themselves and passionately expect the future they could have by providing them with the necessary tools to emotionally manage their personal and professional lives. Mario assists clients to find, awaken and apply their inner resources to effectively fulfill their needs, achieve their desired goals and transform their dreams into reality. Clients learn to develop skills that convert their personal constraints into new learnings and possibilities.
His educational background reveals a deep appreciation for philosophy and the social construction of reality, which led to obtaining his Master’s degree in Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. Along the way, his passion for teaching and training was realized when he obtained certification as a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. His continuous passionate curiosity for learning and training led him to serve as a faculty member of the Social Work Departments for the University Partnership Centre, at both Laurentian University at Georgian College and at University of Windsor.