Struggling with setting boundaries? Learn how to start in just 5 steps with my free guide
A collection of some of my favourite resources for learning, healing, teaching and growing.
Harriet Lerner - Why Won't He Apologize?
"Harriet Lerner is a clinical psychologist and New York Times Best Selling author who has turned her attention to the subject of apology. Harriet’s talk explores why some people may never get the apology they deserve. Harriet will also offer a 6 sentence guide to reaching the one who hurt you, and to making your own healing apology."
Dr. Peter Levine - Treating Trauma: Two Ways to Help Clients Feel Safe
"Peter Levine, PhD, offers 2 body-oriented techniques that clients can use to make themselves feel safe outside of your session. These are simple methods that you can immediately add to your toolbox for the treatment of trauma."
Dr. Peter Levine - Titration
"Dr. Peter Levine on the development of the Somatic Experiencing Approach and the concept of titration."
Black Girl Dangerous - Self Care and Joy
"Ask BGD is a new feature from Black Girl Dangerous. In this installment, Mia McKenzie and CarmenLeah Ascencio talk about self-care and joy."
Dana Sturtevant & Hilary Kinavey - Body Trust
"Join Hilary and Dana, the therapist dietitian team that created a body trust approach to healing from the effects of living in a weight obsessed world, as they introduce a new conversation on weight and well-being."
Jane McGonigal - Healing Through Gaming
"When game designer Jane McGonigal found herself bedridden and suicidal following a severe concussion, she had a fascinating idea for how to get better. She dove into the scientific research and created the healing game, SuperBetter. In this moving talk, McGonigal explains how a game can boost resilience -- and promises to add 7.5 minutes to your life."
Online Portal for Clients
Once we are working together, please use the Owl Practice Client Portal to
I'd love to give you the chance to get to know me better before choosing to work with me. One of the best ways to do that (in addition to making your way through all the resources I've posted right here on the website) is by signing up for my newsletter.
Once you sign up, you can expect to receive newsletters about every two weeks with handy guides I've created, information about the latest workshops or groups I'm offering, and a curated collection of the best articles and resources related to mental health from a feminist counselling perspective. You are also welcome to sign up as a fellow helping professional or just because you have an interest in mental health! I'd love to connect with you.