Jason Brancewicz-Lloyd, M.Ed., RSW, CCC
Practice Coordinator, FPS Brandon
Mr. Jason Brancewicz-Lloyd is a therapist serving the Westman area who is involved in the treatment and assessment of high risk and high need individuals. He has been involved in the treatment and assessment of adolescent, developmentally delayed and adult male individuals struggling with sexual behaviour problems since 1996 and has worked with individuals, groups and families in the treatment and assessment of sexual abuse. Mr. Brancewicz-Lloyd came to FPS with experience working in the child welfare system, criminal justice system and private agencies offering services to high need individuals. He graduated from Brandon University in 2006 with a Bachelor of First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling and in 2010 graduate with his Masters of Education in Guidance and Counselling. Mr. Brancewicz-Lloyd’s clinical interest rests in the assessment and treatment of developmentally delayed individuals and youth struggling with sexual behaviour problems. He is also interested in the impact of trauma on child development, the development of pedophilic interest in adults, the treatment of child pornography offenders and the treatment of denied child abuse in family reunification.
- Masters of Education, Guidance & Counselling – Brandon University, 2010
- Bachelor of First Nations and Aboriginal Counseling – Brandon University, 2004
- Adult Treatment & Assessment
- Youth Treatment & Assessment
- Consultation and Training