Elaine Lowe M. Ed, RSW, OACCPP, R.P., is a community based clinical social worker who provides individual, family and group counselling and psychotherapy to people who are living with the effects of brain, spinal cord, and complex orthopaedic injuries as a result of a personal injury.

Elaine Lowe is a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and a Registered Psychotherapist with the Collage of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario as well as a member of The Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Psychometrists. Elaine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University with a specialty in family, race and gender as well as a Master of Education degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Toronto. She also holds certification in Human Resource Development.

Elaine has presented at numerous conferences, has been a lecturer at Centennial College and is qualified to provide evidence at personal injury trials. Throughout her career she has served on committees dedicated to improving the well being of individuals with brain, spinal cord and severe orthopedic injuries.

Treatment occurs in the home or community and includes but is not limited to treatment for adjustment, anger, grief, anxiety and depression. She have extensive experience dealing with diversity, gender concerns, and chronic pain.