I am a psychotherapist, humanitarian, author, inspirational speaker, and energy worker.
I believe that all people need to listen to their own inner wisdom to find happiness and their personal life purpose.
Most of us are not taught how to hear our own truth. Many times guidance is initially needed to uncover our path to happiness and transformation.
I strive to be an encouraging agent of change & insight for my clients, while simultaneously providing nonjudgmental & compassionate support and guidance.
I am passionate about helping people to reach their fullest potential by connecting them to their inner wisdom and magnificence. It is only through being our best selves that we can truly help those around us. Drawing on my unique experiences as a humanitarian, psychotherapist and energy worker I weave all my skills to create tailored programs that profoundly & effectively address the root struggles of my clients.
I have worked with the very rich and some of the poorest in the world. There is no problem too big or small. All types of suffering are important to address and can be opportunities to heal, find happiness, and fulfillment.
The Canadian government has awarded me the Meritorious service medal for my humanitarian work, and I am dedicated to choosing love over fear.
Love over Fear
This is my mantra and I strive to follow it in my everyday life as well as all aspects of my work. I continually work on my own personal growth so I am the clearest conduit of transformation for my clients. My personal goals are:
- Create practical concrete ways for people to improve their lives.
- Inspire people to connect to their heart and inner wisdom.
- Help make the world a more loving place.
- Embody love as wholly as I can.
More details about me
Click on the links below to find out more about the different awards I've received, my work experience, and the topics of workshops I've lead.
I have received:
*Meritorious Service Medal -Governor of Canada
*#1 bestseller for The Good Thing About Mortar Shells -Amazon
*Gold Alumni Award -Adler University
*How to take care of your heart
*Recovering from trauma & PTSD
*Highly Sensitive Empaths
and many more...
The Latest Blog
Peak into the musing of my mind, and read on topics that people often ask me about.
Why do we become Overwhelmed?
Feeling overwhelmed is a very common psychological issue, affecting up to 1 in 4 adults...
Using Good Boundaries
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Being Authentic is Healthy and Freeing
Authenticity is one of the most important parts of being human. But it's also one...
Accepting Who You Are
The first tool that will help you deal with emotional overwhelm is to simply understand...
Starting Where You Are
So, what does it mean, then, to be a highly sensitive empath? If you need...