I am a clinical social worker providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families who are struggling to make sense of life and the challenges they face. I have been in the field for the past ten years, and am passionate about helping people find meaning and purpose in their life.
I came to this field by way of my love for music; it’s ability to elicit emotion, its power for healing and connection. It has always been a source of healing and a refuge for me. After working as a music therapist in palliative care and oncology, supporting people facing life-threatening challenges, I wanted a way to broaden my scope and strengthen my ability to be able to reflect and process the palpable emotions that arose during music therapy sessions. I completed my MSW at McGill University and I have additional training in mindfulness based cognitive therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy.
I bring compassion and creativity to the therapeutic relationship and work in a collaborative manner with my clients to gain insight to the root of the problem. My areas of expertise are in loss and grief, parenting and perinatal mood, depression/anxiety, work/life balance, and trauma (My Approach).
When not at the Healing Collective, I love playing with my toddler, singing, and reading cookbooks.