I am a Registered Social Worker and a Master of Social Work candidate from Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario. I'm passionate about talking and relating with people without judgment & with lots of empathy.
Due to my lived experience of mental health concerns and oppression of various levels, I am passionate about helping people grow in many aspects of their lives.
I care deeply about social issues and how they impact vulnerable people such as children, immigrants/refugees, women, BIPOC, LGBTQ2S+, poverty, the homeless, the oppressed, and those incarcerated.
I enjoy working with people, especially Black Indigenous Persons of Colour (BIPOC), on the topic of mental health/illness and its intersectionality with gender, race, sexuality, age, disability, immigration/socio-economic status, and oppression.
MSW (candidate), RSW (#4889)
I have experience working with children, youths, and adults on the following concerns:
Acculturation difficulty for newcomers/immigrants
Anxiety, panic, depression
Emotional/sexual/physical abuse or neglect by other
Suicidal/homicidal ideations, self-harm behavior
Substance abuse, youth addiction (alcohol, internet, porn)
The counselling modalities used are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Narrative Therapy, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Trauma-Informed Care, Family system and strength-based Theory, Play Therapy, Mindfulness, psychoeducation, and role play via individual, groups, or family session.
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