Rebecca is a registered social worker with the British Columbia College of Social Workers who has a professional background in the fields of mental health and disabilities within the non-profit sector. She has a range of experience in working positions such as case management, group facilitation, team management, community support work, and program development. She has also worked as an advocate, where she had the privilege to learn about the complex biopsychosocial impacts of those who live with traumatic brain injuries. Rebecca has also participated in a multitude of community volunteer positions throughout Canada. In all her work, she brings her most authentic self and encourages others to do the same.
Rebecca earned a Bachelor of Social Work with the University of Victoria, where she focused on interpersonal communications, Indigenous studies, disabilities, addictions and mental health, human development, and social justice. Rebecca is passionate about making connections with individuals and communities, as well as inspiring people to embrace their strengths. Rebecca is an enthusiastic person, who is excited to facilitate growth and learning through a DBT framework, alongside aspects of narrative therapy to best support your individual needs.
As a trauma-informed practitioner, she aims to create and foster a safe environment through compassionate care.