I am a registered psychologist with close to 20 years of clinical experience. I have an open, non-judgemental demeanour and pride myself in my understanding of and passion for diversity.

I am dedicated to supporting people through difficult times and circumstances. My areas of clinical expertise include anxiety, depression, grief, mindfulness, relationship difficulties, identity challenges, career orientation, work-related stress, and anger management, to name but a few examples. I provide services, in English and in French, to youth as well as adults.

I work primarily from a systemic perspective, where socio-cultural and contextual factors are examined in relationship to mental health and well-being. I also draw on people’s strength and resilience to help them achieve their desired goals. It is my privilege to welcome diverse clients to my practice and work with them in a collaborative manner to help them obtain relief from their distress, as rapidly as possible.


Profile & Appointment

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Supervision Services

My true passion lies in training emerging clinicians as well as established practitioners. As such, a small part of my psychological practice is dedicated to supervising provisional psychologists. I work from a feminist-multicultural-social justice perspective, to help emerging psychologists identify their own personal style and help clients in a way that meets their unique needs.

In that context, my strengths include developing collaborative relationships with and among learners as well as creating spaces for respectful scholarly dialogue and reflexivity. Further, regardless of the context in which I am exercising these responsibilities, I set clear goals and expectations for all learners and tailor my style to their needs as much as possible.



Psychology Association of Alberta


Portail de l’Immigrant Association
Award in the area of health with newcomer communities