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How it Started

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About Me.

My counselling experience began in 2016 in York Region, Ontario collaborating and supporting diverse individuals from across the region and across the globe. I started practicing therapies in 2019 at a trauma response and counselling centre. I enjoy talking with people, with a conversational, non-judgemental, trauma-informed approach, that keeps diversity, equity, and inclusion at the forefront. I approach psychotherapy practice with a holistic, biopsychosocial lens, understanding that 'where a person is at in life' is determined by biological, physiological, physical, mental, emotional, enviromental, social, and cultural circumstances. 

 

My niche is supporting persons experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, loneliness, overwhelm, confusion, relationship issues, chronic pain, trauma, burnout, addiction, recovery, life transitions, PTSD, self-harm, and disorderly eating.  

 

Areas of Specialties

Anxiety

ADHD

Career Counselling

Coping Skills

Chronic Pain

Cultural Conflict

Depression

Disorderly Eating Habits

Perfectionism

Learning Disabilities

Family Conflict

Grief

LGBTQ+

Life Transitions + Coaching

Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

School and University Issues

Self Esteem

Stress

Trauma and PTSD

Vulnerability

Weight Loss

Therapies Provided

Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

Narrative therapy

Solution-based therapy

Somatic therapy

Stress-reduction therapy

If you're in need of immediate assistance, please contact 4 County Crisis at 705-745-6484 / toll-free at 1-866-995-9933, or visit your local emergency room.

Education

2017-2019

Bachelor of Social Work

York University

Study Highlights: DBT, CBT, Narrative Therapy, Reseach Methods, Anti-racism Practices, Indigenous Social Work Practices, Peer Support Volunteer Award, City of Vaughan

2015-2017

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology

York University

 

Study Highlights: Mental Health and Eating Disorders, Public Education and Peer Support with Canadian Mental Health Association

2007-2010

Broadcast Journalism - Radio and Broadcast Journalism - TV
Fanshawe College

Study Highlights: Researching, writing, and interviewing about social issues, mental health, women and gender issues, racism, violence, war, systemic marginalization, politics, governance, relationships

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