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Registered Provisional Psychologist (#3244p)
Professional Art Therapist (DVATI)
My personal and professional work is driven by my genuine desire to learn from and care for others. I believe that people are strong, creative, and resourceful; and I'm committed to providing ethical, informed, and supportive services to help them access their strengths and live meaningful lives.
I rely on compassion; my own and other professionals' knowledge and experience; and continuous learning to guide me in helping people. I honor people's diverse needs by integrating a variety of approaches to best support them. I strive to create a safe and inclusive space where you can express yourself and where we can develop and work toward clear goals together.
Cognitive Behavioral therapy
Trauma & Violence informed
Master of Counselling, Athabasca University
Advanced Art Therapy Diploma, Vancouver Art Therapy Institute
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, MacEwan University
College of Alberta Psychologists (Registered Provisional Psychologist #3244p)
Psychologists' Association of Alberta (Provisional Psychologist Member)
Canadian Art Therapy Association (Professional Art Therapist)
Ethics of Helping: Boundaries & Relationships (2021), Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
Moving Ahead: Putting Knowledge of Brain Injury in Intimate Partner Violence into Practice (2021), SOAR Project
Attachment: Strategies for Engaging and Helping (2021), Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
Trauma-Informed Leadership (2021), Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma (2020), National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM)
Protecting Patients from Sexual Abuse and Misconduct (2020), Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions (AFRHP)
Private Practice in Canada (2020), Dr. Randy Patersen
Foundations in Leadership (2020), MacEwan University
Sexual Violence Support Guide Training (2019), MacEwan University
Vicarious Trauma - Strategies for Resilience (2018), Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
The Role of Psychology In Weight Loss & Food Addiction (2018), Insight Psychological Inc.