Jackie supports young adults and adults who struggle to find meaning and fulfillment in life. Whether you’re a student, a new professional, or just feel a bit lost, Jackie can help you work through the challenges of change, stress, or anxiety. She also works with people who feel stuck after a major life transition such as a break up, a move, or becoming a parent. Jackie is committed to helping you become the best version of yourself.
Jackie has over four years of experience in adult mental health. She is a clinical program specialist who develops digital CBT-based programs on a variety of issues. Most recently, Jackie developed programs on burnout (for healthcare workers and the general population) and adjustment disorder. Jackie has also developed mental wellness programs for corporate companies including the Canadian Olympic Committee.
With Jackie, you’re in the driver's seat. She believes that you hold the key to your own contentment and peace — you might just need help accessing it. She strives to create a safe place where you can explore your struggles, process experiences, and build confidence. In sessions, Jackie uses modalities such as cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, self-compassion, and acceptance. With Jackie, you can expect to build resilience and coping skills from a strength-based perspective.
In her personal life, Jackie is passionate about learning. She’s a research nerd who keeps up-to-date with psychology literature and best practices, and she watches lots of cool documentaries. She dreams of owning a quaint villa in the Italian countryside with a library full of antique books and a huge flower garden. She also loves her tuxedo cat named Beans (who you might see on camera)! Let Jackie meet you where you're at and support you in this journey of life. Allow yourself to show up just as you are, knowing that you have help along the way.
Master of Social Work, University of Toronto (In progress)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Waterloo (2020)