About Felicia Fischhoff
Felicia has worked with survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation as an inner-city missionary for 10 years. She has also worked as an outreach worker at the Scott Mission and Toronto City Mission, where she provided programming and support to diverse youth and families in low-income communities. Felicia’s interests include helping individuals/families with trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-esteem, parenting challenges, family/marital conflict, ministry conflict, and addictions. In addition to supporting survivors of sex trafficking, Felicia has worked with youth with low self-esteem, and individuals in ministry. Felicia has a warm and inviting personality, which makes her easy to talk to. Through her experience, she has gained a robust understanding about the complexities of life, which helps her meet others with empathy, non-judgement, and respect. Felicia is a Jamaican-Canadian mom of two boys, who enjoys cake decorating, listening to music, and watching movies in her spare time.