Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Victoria and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. With a background encompassing seven years of experience in complex and long-term care, Jennifer has assisted individuals and their families through many significant life transitions. Having a deep understanding of the challenges and complexities involved in navigating such changes, she firmly believes that these transitions present valuable opportunities for personal growth and self-discovery.
Jennifer places great emphasis on fostering self-compassion as a means to well-being. Through non-judgmental and inclusive care, she aims to help her clients challenge self-limiting beliefs, cultivate self-acceptance, and foster more compassionate relationships with themselves. Drawing from her extensive experience, Jennifer brings an empathetic and understanding approach to her practice, ensuring that her clients feel safe and supported as they explore their emotions, thoughts, and concerns.
In her therapeutic approach, Jennifer draws upon a range of evidence-based modalities tailored to meet each client’s specific needs. Incorporating techniques from mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and strengths-based approaches, Jennifer creates a holistic and personalized therapeutic environment for each individual she works with.