Fairly new to this area, I have lived in many parts of Southern Ontario, finally making a home with my husband and 3 dogs in Cambridge. I would consider myself a seeker of knowledge, as I always enjoy learning new things. My current pursuit is a Master’s degree in Theology at the University of Waterloo/St. Jerome’s.
I earned my Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, after going back to school at age 35. Since that time, I have accumulated a great deal of experience in assessment, conducting a variety of psychological assessments to people of all ages. For the past 10 years, I have been working within the school system providing psychological services to students and educators to ensure children meet their full potential. As a registered School Psychologist in Ontario, I primarily provide assessments for children and adults to assess for Neurodevelopmental and Mood disorders which may be impacting an individual’s ability to be successful academically. While my clients are often children, there are also adults, young and old, who are attempting career changes or looking to upgrade skills who may also require supports academically to be successful learners.
I believe in lifelong learning but also understand that not everyone learns the same and that formal education can be so difficult for some that they avoid it at all costs. My goal is to help make education a good experience so that people can become the best version of themselves.
College of Psychologist of Ontario (CPO)
Ontario Association of Mental Health Providers (OAMHP)
Brant Mental Health Solutions
Positive Kids Social Emotional Learning Programs
Parents Walking the Special Education Pathway