Dr. J. E Pilowsky
Dr. Pilowsky received an undergraduate degree from York University, and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Toronto.
Dr. J. E Pilowsky has worked with the Women’s Multicultural Mental Health Clinic at Doctor’s Hospital, the Regional Women’s Health Centre, Women’s College Hospital and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. She has also taught graduate courses at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Toronto.
Dr. J. E. Pilowsky is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario (#2694), the Canadian Psychological Association, and the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessments, for which was on the Board in 2004-2005. She has volunteered with the Centre for Spanish-Speaking Peoples (Board Member and Vice-President of the Board of Directors in 1992-1993), the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture (Board of Directors in 1996), and is currently on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Centre for International Justice.
Dr. J. E Pilowsky has won awards, including the Ontario Volunteer Service Award in 2002 and 2003, for twenty-five years of dedicated service. She was also awarded a Creative Writing Award from the Ontario Council of Arts.
In addition, Dr. J. E Pilowsky has held various non-clinical positions, among them: Community Worker at the Rexdale Immigrant Women’s Centre, Counselor for female victims of violence at the Emily Stowe Shelter for Women, Administrator for the Shirley Samaroo Shelter for Women, and Interim Coordinator at the Cultural Interpretation Project at the Barbra Schlifer Clinic.