I am a Prairie transplant, born and raised on Treaty 4 Land in Saskatchewan of the Assiniboine, Blackfoot and Cree Nations, and moved to the Island in 2013. I have gained a deep appreciation for these lands of the Lkwungen and WSÁNEĆ peoples, each day getting to know them more, through work and play, and strive to live more sustainably for future generations.
I believe in the creativity of students and the resiliency of the human spirit. I am an eclectic practitioner who works from a relational and strengths-based approach informed through a variety of professional trainings and my goal is to help you feel more connected, less alone, with whatever challenges you might be facing. I strive to help students gain more insight and awareness into the patterns that play out in daily life in order to help develop a sense of confidence, control, and choice. I love to work with diverse populations, navigating any issues you might bring to the session.
I love to laugh and can find the humour in the smallest moments. I enjoy exploring new things, be that a forest or secluded beach or heading out hunting for great coffee shops and delicious food. I tend to spend my free time cooking, fair-weather running, wandering in nature, making music, and connecting with my friends and family.