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Kristen has 20 years of experience working with neurodiverse individuals as well as at-risk children and families. She has facilitated many social-emotional groups, and worked 1:1 with children and youth addressing their social-emotional needs while working for the school district as a school based child youth support worker. Kristen is warm, empathetic, easy to connect to, and meets people where they are at. She works from a person-centred, strength-based persepctive and uses a trauma-informed lens within her practice.
Kristen completed her Masters of Counselling Psychology with Yorkville University and completed her practicum at Blossom Tree Counselling. Her previous education includes a Bachelors Degree in Child and Youth Care, an Educational Assistant and Community Support Worker diploma, and many behaviour intervention courses.
She is a mother of two that credits her experience as a mother as the greatest (and most challenging) learning of all. Kristen believes that everyone is doing the best they can with the tools they have been given. She is excited to work with children, youth and families and is currently accepting new clients.