About me

My path to post-traumatic growth has been all about embodiment and has led me to the study and practice of movement, meditation, Somatic Experiencing and sacred sexuality It’s been a cyclical journey from surviving to thriving, continually bringing me home to the wisdom of the body, the medicine of the earth and the magic of the ancestors.

 I have a Master's degree in Counselling, a Certificate in Feminist Narrative Therapy and I aim to be justice-oriented and anti-oppressive in my practice. That means that I’m committed to unlearning toxic systems of oppression and ways of being, and I do my best to hold space for you to do the same. The dominant culture propagates sex negativity and limiting gender roles, so it can be helpful to spend some time looking at what stories we’re holding and inquiring as to where they came from and who they’re serving. 

My approach to healing is somatic, attachment-based and I have a holistic orientation towards sexuality which means that I believe that the erotic touches every aspect of life. Through looking at your relationships with yourself, your body, the earth, and the people you care about, we can get a sense of where you're stuck, as well as the gifts you have that can help transcend the stuckness.

I welcome clients of all gender identities, sexual orientations and relationship styles.

My pronouns are she/her

Education, Training and Qualifications

Bachelors of Social Work

Masters in Counselling

Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BCACC #16715

Certificate in Feminist Narrative Therapy

Somatic Experiencing Professional Training (3 Years)

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Professional Training

VITA (Vital and Integrated Tantric Approach) Coaching Certification

ReBloom Trauma Resolution Training (Currently Enrolled)

Thousands of Hours of Meditation Practice and Yogic Study

 

 I would like to acknowledge that I live as an uninvited guest on the the stolen lands of the Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and the Stó:lō Nations.