Our Team

"You can't expect someone to look eye to eye with you if you are looking down on them." - Unknown

Social Worker | Case Manager | Psychotherapist


Jaden Bailey

Jaden Bailey, the founder of Invicta Works, is a dedicated therapist and case manager with an extensive educational background, including an Honours BA in Psychology from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) and a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Toronto.

With specialized training in EMDR, Jaden provides comprehensive therapeutic services, focusing on issues such as childhood trauma, neurodivergence, depression, PTSD, relationship challenges, and traumatic brain injury. 

With a client-centred approach at Invicta Works, Jaden offers personalized support that adapts to each individual's unique needs. This includes practical assistance, advocacy, psychoeducation, referrals, and flexible case management, ensuring clients receive holistic support and equitable access to services. By offering evidence-based strategies tailored to you, Jaden empowers you to navigate life's challenges, fostering personal growth and emotional well-being. 

Social Worker | Psychotherapist


Ali Raza Hasan Ali

Ali is a highly skilled professional with a Master of Social Work Degree specializing in Health and Mental Health from the University of Toronto. As a Mindfulness Consultant and registered social worker, he leads meditation counselling sessions, offers personalized mindfulness consultations, and develops customized meditation practices. With expertise in prolonged exposure therapy, report writing, and crisis intervention, Ali is well-equipped to address various client needs.

Ali's professional interests lie in providing interventions for anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). His extensive training and experience in Mindfulness and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy enable him to deliver services and interventions that foster independent functioning, emotional well-being, and resilience for clients.

Social Worker | Psychotherapist


Ting Jiang

Ting is a dedicated social worker and psychotherapist at Invicta Works, boasting an impressive educational background with a Master of Social Work from York University and a diploma in Recreation Therapy from Niagara College. Ting's extensive community work experience has equipped her to handle a diverse range of mental health challenges across all age groups, providing services that are inclusive and sensitive to cultural nuances with fluency in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

At Invicta Works, Ting is committed to a client-centred approach that emphasizes creating a safe, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment where clients feel supported and understood. Her practice extends beyond traditional therapy, including practical assistance, advocacy, psychoeducation, referrals, and flexible case management. Ting’s comprehensive support ensures that each client receives personalized care tailored to their unique history and current needs, empowering them to navigate their life’s challenges and enhance their emotional well-being. 

Rehabilitation Assistant


Kristen Daigle

Kristen Daigle is Mushkegowuk (Cree), a member of Constance Lake First Nation in Treaty 9, and of French ancestry. She is an MSW student at the Factor-Inwentash School of Social Work, with a Bachelor of Arts (honours) in Art History from Queen’s University.

She has experience offering counselling services, academic advising, and social programming for Indigenous graduate students. She has 15 years of management and leadership experience, with a background in community social justice work and community arts projects.

Her professional interests are deeply rooted in fostering therapeutic relationships that prioritize client empowerment, leveraging narrative therapy to navigate and heal intergenerational trauma. 

Rehabilitation Assistant


Aerilyn Medina

Aerilyn is a disabled Child and Youth Care Practitioner, holding an honours BA in Psychology and currently a second-year Master of Social Work (MSW) student specializing in mental health and health at the University of Toronto. Aerilyn brings a rich and intersectional perspective to her work, with over a decade of experience in both educational and practical settings working with 2SLGBTQI+, neurodivergent, or disabled children, youth, families, and individuals from diverse backgrounds. Aerilyn strives to cultivate an inclusive environment that prioritizes empathy, understanding, and empowerment.

Aerilyn utilizes a client-centered and integrative approach that not only acknowledges but deeply honours the lived experiences of each individual she works with. Central to her learning and practice is the recognition that every person brings a unique set of perspectives, challenges, and strengths shaped by their life journey. Through empathetic listening and genuine curiosity, Aerilyn collaborates with each client to explore their goals, values, and aspirations, empowering them to play an active role in their journey of personal growth and well-being.

Case Manager Assistant


Janis Robinson

Janis has spent more than two decades working as a Personal Injury Law Clerk advocating for individuals seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents.  

Supporting the Professionals at Invicta Works as a Case Manager Assistant, Janis applies her experience and knowledge of the Ontario Insurance Legislation, including the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (“SABs”). Ensuring that every client has the best possible opportunity to access the treatment, services and care needed to work through their impairments and, where applicable, gain a better understanding of the legal process.