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Paraemdic in video

My Story

Helping has always been my passion and my goal in counselling is to meet the client where they are in life.   


I began my helping career in 2003 as a Paramedic in Ontario and in 2018 I realized that my professional experiences were leading me to a new path.  I returned to grad school and obtained my Master's degree in Counselling Psychology.  


I work from a client-centered, feminist informed, approach focusing on the unique life and skills that each person brings to our sessions.  


I have worked with First Responders, survivors of sexual trauma (recent and/or historic), individuals living in active or recovering addiction, and people who have experienced a range of trauma. I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship, and my focus in my practice is on DBT and attachment theory-informed, positive psychology.  My role is to support you in your life journey in a curious, non-judgmental way.  


I am an LGBTQ+ ally, and I aim to work from a place of anti-racism and anti-oppression, recognizing and honouring the impact of each individual person’s interaction with the world and society in which they live.


I am registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario as a Registered Psychotherapist (#10009), and a Certified Canadian Counsellor with the CCPA

I want to thank Maria Constandinou, a 911 ambulance dispatcher in Kingston, ON for letting me be a part of her passion in creating this video highlighting the internal lives of First Responders.  I am forever amazed by you my friend.
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