Throughout my life, I have experienced many amazing places and cultures all over the world. I had the privilege of pursuing a university education in five different universities on three different continents. While obtaining my global education, I learned to communicate in six different languages. These experiences helped shape me to be the person I am today. After all the experiences and growth I encountered, I have finally settled down to continue my passion to help people regardless of their ethnicity, religion or challenges. As a Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist, I work to help those facing individual and collective psychosocial problems.
In my work, I utilize the wisdom garnered from my extensive academic pursuits, work background and immigration challenges to help my clients work through their problems. My experience as a person with a disability allows me to support my clients’ healing journey as well. These life experiences combine to help me generate forward and upward movement towards restoration for the collective group.
As a racialized citizen, I practice from a culturally sensitive perspective specializing in addictions and mental health issues, family and relationships issues and disability issues. My services also cover individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, loss, grief, bereavement and trauma. I intervene in my clients’ presenting problems in a client-centered manner with a view to reverse and restore them back to a new life.
As an experienced Mental Health and Addiction Clinician with the government of British Columbia, I am excited to be in Ontario helping people get their lives back and starting a new life.
Finally, upon my clients’ request, I am available to offer Christian Counseling in my capacity as a born-again Pentecostal preacher for more than thirty years.