Over the years, I have gained experience working with adults seeking mental health support. In my crisis intervention work, I recognized the value of incorporating a trauma-informed approach into my practice with clients. This approach is now central to my work as a social worker.
As a social worker, I believe in taking a holistic approach to treating clients. This means considering the whole person's physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being. I aim to provide the most effective and comprehensive care possible by addressing all aspects of an individual's health and well-being. By incorporating integrative techniques into my practice, I hope to provide clients with the best possible care and support on their journey toward healing and wellness.
I have also learned that healing involves going within to understand and accept the deepest parts of ourselves. It is through this process of self-discovery that we can begin to heal.
By understanding our own stories, we can gain new insights and perspectives. This is where the journey of healing truly begins.
MSW candidate - Masters of Social Worker, University of Calgary
University of Calgary
2012 - 2016
Bachelor of Arts
Human Relations and Minor in Psychology
Provincial Practice Permits
Recent Clinical Trainings
Nutritional and Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Professionals, Integrative Mental Health, 2023
Repairing Attachment Trauma: Advanced Approaches for Deep Healing and Post Traumatic Growth, 2022
The Neurobiology of Attachment, NICABM, 2022
Brief Solution-Focused Approach Training, 2020
Certified Crisis Intervener (Provincial Certification), RESICOM, 2018
Suicide Prevention and Intervention, RESICOM, 2018