Reena Mathur2019-07-16T14:59:22+00:00

Reena Mathur

Reena has witnessed the gradual growth of people involved in both psychotherapy and mindfulness meditation

Reena Mathur was born and raised in India, where she completed her MA in English Literature at Rohilkhand University. She then moved with her husband first to Bahrain, then Canada, where she completed the Certificate of Office Administration at Sheridan College while raising her 2 daughters. The first job she landed was with Dr. Treyvaud approximately 20 years ago, whom she has been working with ever since.

Over these 20 years Reena has witnessed the gradual growth of people involved in both psychotherapy and mindfulness meditation, including the changes in her own and Dr. Treyvaud’s life as everyone matured through the many phases of life experiences. She accumulated a wealth of experience first running a psychiatric practice, then a mixed psychiatric and MBSR practice, and for many years now a Mindfulness Centre with all its complexities of managing a team. If there is a problem to solve at The Mindfulness Centre, everyone knows who to turn to for solutions – for Reena has literally seen it all.

Without Reena and her 20-year experience working with me, The Mindfulness Centre would collapse. She is definitely ‘the boss’, and without her guidance, we would not be able to function as seamlessly as we usually do.

Dr. T.

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