Our vision is to make mental wellness simple, relatable,
and actionable for Canadian students.
Meet the team behind Real Campus.
Real Campus is operated by Shift Collab, an integrated mental healthcare company based in Toronto. We believe in making mental wellness simple, actionable, and relatable for bold companies and organizations.
We have a team of nearly 60 therapists and mental health educators that work collaboratively to design, implement, and deliver mental health solutions that innovate and improve wellness outcomes.
In short, we’re building the mental health solutions needed for life in 2018 and beyond.
Megan Rafuse, MSW RSW
Megan is a clinical therapist and co-founder of Shift Collab. When she’s not leading the firm or Real Campus, she helps people navigate perfectionism, grief and loss, self worth, anxiety and depression.
Jordan Axani, MA
Jordan is a mental wellness educator, facilitator, and co-founder of Shift Collab. When he’s not leading the operations of Real Campus, he’s working with teams and leaders improve their organizations’ wellness.
Rasha Mardini, RP
Rasha is a talented psychotherapist and program designer, leading the Care Coordination for Real Campus.
Brianne Boileau, RSW
Brianne is a social worker with a passion for case management, and encouraging wellness through connection.
Jaylin Bradbury, MSW RSW
Jaylin helps people navigate relationships, stress and burnout, managing anxiety and changing habits.
Real Campus is a partnership of three industry leaders.
Recent Blog Posts
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We’re often told to prioritize our own self-care, but what the heck does that even mean? If you’ve ever wondered what self-care means beyond a day at the spa, believe me, you are not alone.
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Self-care is essential for reducing stress and all its associated problems, both physical and mental. That said, not everyone understands what it really is and many people aren’t sure what to do.