I moved from Edmonton, Alberta to White Rock, BC in 2018.
I continue to be licensed in both provinces, but I am only available for in person sessions in White Rock, BC. Residents of Alberta or areas surrounding White Rock may take advantage of internet sessions.
Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University.
Certified ICEEFT (International Centre for Excellence in Emotion Focused Therapy) trained couple's therapist. Externship training with Dr. Sue Johnson in Ottawa. Further professional development through Core Skills training and supervision with international EFT trainers, Gail Palmer, Leanne Campbell and with Veronica Kallos-Lily.
EFT supervisor candidate. I provide supervision in White Rock, BC, or over the internet through a secure app, teaching EFT skills leading to certification in Emotion Focused Therapy.
Former Instructor in Psychology at City University for 6 years. Course in Couples Therapy taught for Master’s level psychology students.
Former Instructor in Psychology at Athabasca University. Courses taught: An Introduction to Child Development & The Social Psychology of Adult Development. Courses given to undergraduate psychology students.
Former Instructor in Social Work at Grant MacEwan University. Course in Mental Health, Trauma & Addictions provided for 8 years to social work students.
Workshops provided on Suicide Awareness for undergraduate psychology students at Concordia University.
Workshops provided on a variety of topics e.g. Trust in Relationships in the Edmonton and St. Albert communities.
25 years experience as a therapist with Alberta Mental Health Services, Private Agencies, EFAP Providers and Private Practice.
Registration #13848 with British Columbia College of Social Workers (BCCSW)
Registration #665 with the Alberta College of Social Workers (ACSW).
Membership #00006 on the Clinical Specialty Register of ACSW. Licensed to perform restricted activities under the Alberta Health Professions Act.
Approved for direct billing with:
BC Employee Assistance Programs
VAC (Veterans Affairs Canada),
PFSP (Physicians & Family Support Program) and
FNIHB (First Nations and Inuit Health Branch).
ASEBP (Alberta School Employee Benefit Plan),