A b o u t   Me
Being a former high-level athlete, I know firsthand the pressures and challenges of consistently performing at an elite level. I work collaboratively with each athlete and team to figure out the best way to reach their performance goals.

I was fortunate to play junior hockey in the Western Hockey League and Junior A before becoming a student-athlete at the University of Guelph. I finished my hockey career playing briefly in the East Coast Hockey League.

I am a professional member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association (CSPA). I completed a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Simon Fraser University and am currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Simon Fraser University. I have also worked closely with my supervisor, Dr. David Cox, in both practice with Tennis Canada and research with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

My Values



Process Focused

Showing up as yourself leads to building genuine connections and having real and meaningful conversations.

Being open to different perspectives and approaches can allow us to be flexible across diverse situations.

Prioritizing the things in our control can help us appreciate life's moments in between the moments.