Kristi has had the great pleasure of working therapeutically with children, adolescents, and adults for five years. In addition to her private practice, Kristi works as a Youth and Family Counsellor in SD61.
Kristi is passionate about supporting children and families through challenging transitions. Her work with children is play-based – offering a safe space for children to process their experiences and express their feelings. When working with children, Kristi values parents and caregivers as integral to the counselling process. Her approach draws from attachment and family systems theories, assisting families to foster healthy relationships and patterns.
Change and transitions are natural parts of life, but can also present challenges. Kristi provides her clients with a safe, confidential, and collaborative space to share, process, and integrate their experiences and to explore ways of living that match their individual strengths, goals, and values.
Kristi’s work with clients of all ages is gentle, compassionate, and focused on the whole person – looking at the biopsychosocial factors present in one’s life and the influence of those factors on wellness.
Kristi is committed to lifelong learning. She is passionate about current research in the areas of neurobiology, psychology and sociology and regularly engages in professional continuing education.
Kristi works with children, adolescents and adults.
Kristi’s pronouns are she/her.Email Back to Our People