I am an autistic service provider with AD/HD, and a deep understanding and respect for neurodivergence and its many presentations. I take a strengths-based and client-centered approach in helping clients identify their strengths, skills and unique abilities. I offer strategies in helping clients improve their executive functioning, stress-management and self-regulation skills, while navigating the world of autism, AD/HD, and other neurodivergence.
All neurodivergent people deserve to feel understood and to have the best chance possible in meeting their potential. My services are designed to support and advocate for you while you explore your unique truth and your unique reality.
Education and Employment
I earned my Master of Education from Thompson Rivers University, where I acquired a passion for diversity studies and social development services. I completed my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Social Service Worker Certificate also through TRU, and have many years experience working in the field of lifespan development, and in the field of social services, human resilience and diversity.