Dilini Mohan has spent the past 15 years building expertise in holistic pain and mood management. She is passionate about using her training and experience to empower women to intentionally create the change they want in their bodies and their lives.
Dilini supports people as they navigate pain and trauma, establish new identities and routines, find meaning and balance in their lives, and manage the roller coaster of moods that may come up.
She is committed to learning and sharing information. After obtaining her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the Queen’s University in 2006, she has immersed herself in learning the following:
- Pain management;
- Core and external pelvic floor assessment and intervention;
- Hypopressive (low abdominal pressure) core exercises;
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT);
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for insomnia (CBTi); and
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Additionally, she is a certified yoga instructor who practices from a trauma-informed and therapeutic perspective. Dilini offers a unique blend of these strategies within a collaborative and non-judgemental approach to restore the mind-body connection and help her clients thrive.
Dilini believes that no matter their circumstance, it is possible to find meaning and move forward in a way that respects what a person has been through and where they are now, physically and emotionally.
Outside the clinic, you can find Dilini gardening and patiently waiting until she is able to travel again. She has lived in Sri Lanka, Zambia, England and South Africa, and enjoys immersing herself in different cultures and perspectives.
Occupational Therapy is a regulated profession. Dilini is a registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario as well as the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists.