Kelly approaches herself and others with warm and welcome curiosity. She believes it’s fundamental to connect with clients in a non-judgemental, supportive and safe environment, that recognizes the whole person.
Kelly’s practice is holistic, integrative and rooted in cognitive behavioural and mindfulness based approaches. She supports clients with a range of concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, life stressors and identity exploration. Her hope is to support clients in finding more meaning and a sense of connection in their lives. Kelly has an interest in preparation and integration of psychedelic experiences and non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Kelly completed her Master’s of Social Work with the University of Toronto and has worked in community development as well as clinical practice with an inter-disciplinary family health team, supporting a wide range of clients. She has post-graduate training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Group Practice.
Kelly values inclusivity and works within a trauma informed and anti-oppressive, anti-racist lens.