In order to have our best possible experience in therapy, we must feel wholly accepted and seen. Anna (she/hers) fosters your comfort in opening up, to help you to claim your healing process.
Anna’s passion for therapy comes from learning about social justice. In 2007, Anna worked in community-based health services, supporting people with complex and terminal health statuses, Anna soon discovered that health and wellness are not isolated experiences, but are often socially determined.
Having chosen psychotherapy as her tool for change, Anna earned her Master’s of Counselling Psychology at Adler University in 2014. Her approach is politically-located, holistic, and- most importantly- determined by her clients’ goals and perspectives.
In addition to counselling at Peak Resilience, Anna has worked in non-profit and post-secondary settings as a support worker, group facilitator and has developed trauma-informed programs.
Anna is an approved mental health provider with the First Nations Health Authority, the Crime Victim Assistance Program, and the Residential Historical Abuse Program.