Description: As an expressive arts therapist, facilitator and/or educator I open a space for creative exploration, growth and reflection. Always meeting people where they are at, I work organically with each person or group. I see myself as a guide that leads people towards a deeper understanding and expression of their essence. My work is interdisciplinary reflecting various areas of study and global travel. Whether working with children or adults I believe in engaging the power of play as a way of cultivating self-discovery and greater health!
Graduate of the Toronto Child Psychoanalytic Program
Therapeutic Clown Practitioner
Population served: I work with people of all ages who are interested in personal growth and self-exploration, eating disorders, anxiety, anger, divorce, ADHD, autistic spectrum disorder, children in hospitals with short term or chronic illness, First Nations and elderly populations. Areas of expertise & experience: A large part of my experience is with children, adolescents and parents. My expertise within expressive arts therapy is movement or exploring body-mind relationship and the performing arts (specifically the practice of therapeutic clowning).
Arts practice: Dance/Movement, Clown, Writing, Creating Ritual, and Making Music. Qualified for supervision: Yes
Studio: 468 Queen St. E., Suite LL01, Toronto, ON M5A 1T7 *** Entrance to our space is located few steps east of the main entrance on Queen St., take 2nd set of stairs going down and enter the double doors to your right click here