Supporting service providers and agencies with capacity building and education for wholistic wellness
My practice is centered around the belief that in order to stay sustainable working in the field of mental health, that service providers need tools and practices for wholistic wellness. My core beliefs are that practitioners should value and honour all elements of self in practice, and my main focus is on the destigmatization of practitioner mental health, spiritual identity, and gender & sexual identities and intersections. Some of the frameworks that guide my practice include Indigenous wholistic theory, Buddhist psychology, quantum theory, and a unique stance on trauma-informed practice.
My communication style is gentle but direct. I believe in having fierce conversations with a value for honesty and transparency. I am vocal about my passions and interests, but also upfront about limitations, capacity, and boundaries for practice.
The services I provide utilize traditional Indigenous practices, mindfulness, and expressive arts. While my practice is conversational, I aim to support individuals to express themselves authentically. This is done by providing opportunities to reflect and work through challenges in a more heart-based way.