Areas of interest include: family reunification (safe and conflict free access), interviewing children and youth for Views of the Child (VOC) and Hear the Child (HTC) non-evaluative reports, and family mediation
Working with children and families since 2009, with specialization in Interviewing Children for Views of Child Reports (VOC)/Hear the Child (HTC) reports and Mediation for Individuals going through separation and divorce. I earned an Bachelor of General Studies, with concentration in Psychology, Athabasca University in 2017. At present, I am a professional student member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association(CCPA), and a current student of Graduate Counselling and Applied Psychology with Athabasca University (2 courses left to complete) and registered in the BC Justice Institute (BCJI) Family Certificate Program, having completed 120 hours of specialized training in dispute resolution, negotiation and mediation. I have specialized training and experience in structured interviews, with over 667 Child and Youth Mental Health Clinical hours, and past experience as a Parent Coach: negotiating parenting plans and arrangements for parents who are experiencing conditions and/or conflicts in access. I have provided supervised visits and transportation services, and Report Writing of evidence-based observations of supervised visits and verbatim (non-evaluative reports). Pro bono services are for a limited time not extending past May 2020.
Family Separation: Financial, Family Separation: Parenting, Parent - Teen