I consider myself a lifelong learner. My formal education includes a Bachelor of Arts, Humanities, with Distinction; Bachelor of Laws; and Master of Counselling degrees.

During my BA, I majored in Religious Studies and developed an understanding of and respect for our spiritual needs as human beings.  My law degree and work as a lawyer refined my ability to synthesize and analyze information, and further developed my problem-solving skills. My master’s degree broadened my knowledge in facilitating change in cognitive, affective, and behavioural realms, as well as in interpersonal relationships. It also greatly expanded my skills in creating collaborative relationships, which are fundamental to successful counselling outcomes.

I am dedicated to ensuring client safety and fulfilling professional ethics within my counselling relationships. Thus, I participate in ongoing professional development and consultations with mentors to ensure that my client’s experience of counselling is rewarding, positive, and safe.

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