Originally from Corner Brook, NL, (and a graduate of Grenfell) I moved away to complete my graduate studies in clinical psychology. My theoretical orientation is predominantly cognitive behavioural, meaning I look at how your thoughts and behaviours affect your feelings. Prior to coming to Grenfell, I worked at Dalhousie’s Counselling and Psychological Services Centre in Halifax gaining experience in the assessment and treatment of a variety of challenges that university students face (including anxiety, low mood, eating disorders, and interpersonal/relationship issues, to name a few). However, I also have experience in the public health care setting and am knowledgeable about supporting persons with a variety of acute and chronic health conditions (including persistent pain, organ failure, obesity, MSK injuries and neurological conditions, including dementia) as well as their family members. In addition to individual assessment and treatment, I offer workshops and group treatment. I also provide psychoeducational screening for students who may be questioning whether they have a learning disability/ADHD.