Kate holds a BA in Health Administration from Athabasca University and a diploma in Paramedicine from SAIT. She recently completed her graduate studies in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University and is a registered student member with the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists.

Her professional experience has been diverse, working as a paramedic, 911 dispatcher, and health and wellness coordinator in multiple locations across the world.

Kate has a desire to collaborate with anyone struggling with mental health issues or struggles in life including trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, relationships, and self-esteem. Kate understands how difficult it can be to reach out for help and is committed to partnering with you to overcome whatever life is throwing your way.

With two decades of experience in the emergency services field, Kate understands the challenges and struggles faced by first responders. She is dedicated to working alongside clients to overcome trauma and obstacles that result from the sacrifices made for the job.

Kate recognizes the impact that being a first responder has on individuals and their relationships with others. Kate identifies with Narrative and Psychodynamic modalities and her treatment orientation is grounded in Cognitive Processing Theory (CPT) and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).