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Department: Sport Science
Faculty: Science & Technology
Office: NW 1353
I hold a Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Master of Science degrees from the University of British Columbia. My focus during this time was the psychology of learning, skill acquisition, and human behavior. My lifelong interest in sport and high performance mindsets took me to Australia where I completed my Doctorate in Psychology.
I am dedicated to maintaining a work-life balance that encompasses family, outdoor sport and recreational pursuits, volunteer work, and coaching. I value and consistently invest time and energy into Mindfulness, nutritional balance, ongoing professional development, and the fostering of close interpersonal relationships. These things, I believe, are fundamental to a healthy and fulfilling life.
Areas of Practice and Academic Interests:
I am passionate about working with people to help them achieve their maximum potential. This holds true for individuals struggling with mental health issues (e.g., anxiety, depression, or grief and loss), chronic health issues (e.g., chronic pain, illness, and injury), and top performers (e.g., sports people, performing artists, executives, and entrepreneurs).
Sport and Exercise Psychology
Human Growth and Motor Development