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Supervision & Mentorship

About Me as a Supervisor & Mentor

I am passionate about supervising and mentoring individuals who are on their journey to become a registered psychologist. My approach to supervision and mentorship mirrors my work with clients, as I work collaboratively from a person-centered approach. I believe tailoring supervision and mentorship to each individual's needs and goals is important to give them the best experience possible. 

I have 3 years of experience supervising undergraduate students and I have been engaged in mentorship activities for over 7 years. I was the chair of the Psychologists' Association of Alberta (PAA) Mentorship Task Force, which was responsible for the research and design of the the PAA's Mentorship Match program. 

I specialize in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Animal Assisted Therapy. I am also trained in solution focused therapy, Emotion Focused Family Therapy, and Exposure and Response Prevention.  I specialize in working with Anxiety, Eating Disorders and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 

Current Opportunities

Supervision Opportunities

I am currently accepting provisional or undergraduate external supervisees. Supervisees must have an external placement and their supervision plan must be approved by their appropriate governing bodies (their university or the College of Alberta Psychologists). 

If you are interested in learning more about supervision opportunities please contact me at with a copy of your C.V. and a little bit about yourself. 

Mentorship Opportunities

I am currently accepting individuals for mentorship. Mentee candidates include those who are on their journey to be registered as a Provisional Psychologist or those who are already registered and looking for mentorship and guidance outside of their supervision. 

If you are interested in mentorship you can contact me via email at or request me as a mentor through PAA's Mentorship Match program

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