I come from a Caribbean background and was born and raised in Canada. I enjoy spending time with my family and dogs, taking walks and trips to the park. I have a life-long interest in human abilities and behaviour, which has evolved to include working with neurodiverse individuals and their families.
I believe individuals can make changes throughout their healing journey but sometimes require assistance to navigate life’s challenges. I work from a place of non-judgement and empowerment while using an anti-oppressive and trauma-informed lens. I will consider and celebrate the diverse cultures and spectrum of sexualities individuals identify with, focusing on being an ally to Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC), immigrants, and refugees.
Currently I work with individuals and couples experiencing relationship issues, anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, cultural identity issues, low self-esteem.
As a parent myself, I understand the stress, overwhelm and strain building a family can put on an individual and couple as a unit. When working with new parents and mothers, I take an empathetic and strength-based approach to support their journey. My focus will be to listen compassionately and to meet you where you are currently in your journey.