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Who Am I?

I'm a Registered Social Worker dedicated to supporting folks through grief and life transitions. I specialize in perinatal mental health: from pre-pregnancy through to the early years of parenting.

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Whether you’re in the thick of fertility treatments, feeling isolated and alone in your journey or you’re in the trenches of new parenthood, struggling with this new identity, or maybe you’re looking for some support through this season in your life. You’ve landed on my site for a reason. Choosing to access therapy takes courage. So, who is this person you’re going to share your thoughts with?

I strongly believe that the foundation of good therapy is a great therapeutic relationship, this is backed by research and the start of a good therapeutic relationship is finding the right fit in your therapist. For that reason, I am sharing a bit more about my background and education so that you can get an idea of where I come from in my practice.

My journey to becoming a social worker began at the University of Victoria where I graduated with my Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) in 2009, having completed all of the coursework for a child welfare specialization. Following the completion of my BSW, I practiced frontline social work in the non-profit sector in Victoria for several years. During this time, I became a strong advocate in poverty work and supporting marginalized communities. In 2012, I decided to go back to school and completed a Master of Arts in Intercultural Communications. My research for this degree focused on communicating disability for immigrant and refugee women.

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Around this time, I relocated to the beautiful Comox Valley. Once in the Comox Valley, I worked for the Health Authority supporting individuals and families. I have always loved my work. I love the ability to connect with people and families, offering them support, helping them seek solutions, and seeing them find opportunities to thrive.

My own journey with pregnancy loss and infertility led me to my true passion in this work and I went back to school again to pursue a clinical Master of Social Work so that I could transition to private practice and work with the perinatal population. I also became a volunteer with Postpartum Support International. Along the way I have taken several additional trainings, these include (but are not limited to):

  • Narrative Therapy through the Vancouver School of Narrative Therapy

  • Advanced psychotherapy training for perinatal health through Postpartum Support International

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

  • Therapeutic approaches for perinatal loss

  • Trauma Healing through the Senses

While my education has been invaluable in helping me develop many of the tools used in therapy, it is my clients I have learned the most from. Working with people and hearing their stories is a gift that I do not take for granted and I am grateful to everyone I have worked with for teaching me and making me the practitioner that I am today.

No matter my practice location, I have also sought to give voice to folks who may overwise feel silenced. I also strive to be real. I show up to therapy as myself and I hope you’ll feel comfortable doing the same. Sometimes we’ll laugh, there may be tears, and I won’t bat an eye if you drop the f-bomb. I also know that not everyone is a fit. This is why I offer a free 15-minute consult, that way you can start to get to know me and a bit more and what I am about before you commit to booking a session. 

Learn more about my services here.

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