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Maureen  Keaney-O’Brien, CCW BSW MSW Register Social Worker - Cambrian College. Sudbury, ON, CA

Maureen Keaney-O’Brien, CCW BSW MSW Register Social Worker Maureen  Keaney-O’Brien, CCW BSW MSW Register Social Worker

Child and Youth Worker professor | Cambrian College

Sudbury, ON, CANADA

Maureen's expertise spans over forty years in the field of mental health.



Maureen is the coordinator and professor in Cambrian College's Child and Youth Care Program.

Maureen has a Masters in Social Work and is a part-time therapist with Dan Keaney & Associates.

She has more than 30 years experience working in the various domains of child and youth care practice, including mental health, corrections, education and child welfare.

Industry Expertise (3)


Mental Health Care

Social Services

Areas of Expertise (3)

Program Development

Child and Youth Care

Parenting Practices

Education (3)

Laurentian University: Master's, Social Work

Laurentian University: Bachelor's , Social Work

Cambrian College: Diploma, Child and Youth Care Practitioner

Affiliations (3)

  • Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care Practitioners
  • Ontario Association of Social Workers
  • Ontario Association of Social Workers and Social Service Workers

Languages (1)

  • English

Media Appearances (2)

Berk Keaney a sportsman for all seasons - Bonnie Kogos

The Sudbury Star  online


Our dad has been the voice of the wolves for 55 years, Maureen Keaney- O'Brien from Sudbury tells me. I've known many wolves in my day. It's amazing how dumb I can still be. "The Sudbury Wolves, Bonnie, our hockey team," Maureen explains and laughs. "They play 68 games a year, 34 at home and 34 away. "

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Kids Help Phone Walk Kicks off at Cambrian College

Cambrian College  online


On Tuesday, April 12, students, staff and alumni of Cambrian’s Child and Youth Worker program were recognized by a national organization. They were presented with the 2010 Walk for Kids Help Phone Inspiration Award – which is given to the group that raises the most money in their local Kids Help Phone walk. Last year the group raised $3,372, which is more than one fifth of the $15,000 raised in Sudbury.

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