Associates can provide in-office or virtual sessions. Some therapists provide a full 60 minutes vs others provide 50 minutes (allowing for 10 minutes of note taking) and this is indicated in each therapist bio.

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Registered Psychologist

Focus Areas:

ASSESSMENTS: Psychoeducational, Learning Disorders, ADHD, Giftedness, Career and Counseling, Workplace and Study accommodations, Workstyle (individual and team).

WORKPLACE SERVICES: Diversity & Inclusion training, consultation, workshops, presentations and coaching, Talent management.

THERAPY: Brief Crisis intervention via individual or group format

See Informational Links for Details.

Client age range: 7+
Office hours: Mon & Wed (10-6pm) Tue & Thu (9-5pm).
  • $230 per hour & Flat Fee for assessments (see informational link below)
  • Payment via e-transfer, debit or credit card
Office location: Mon & Wed (Bragg Creek) Tue & Thu (Calgary on Elbow Dr. SW)

There is nothing worse than being told you are not trying hard enough or wasting your potential. Are you struggling at school or workplace, to be heard in your relationships, feeling ‘stuck’ in your career, beating yourself up or constantly worried over what others might think? If you are curious and passionate about learning, implementing personal strategies and skills for your life, career and relationships in a holistic way, then I can help you identify and develop new, positive ways of relating to yourself and others.

I know what it is like to be an immigrant and to live with ADHD. I understand its tremendous challenges and opportunities for growth in finding meaning and purpose. I have lived, worked and travelled in many different countries with a deep appreciation for diverse cultures and lifestyles. I look forward to providing you the foundation you need, to take life to the next level!

"A big part of willpower is having something to aspire to, something to live for!" – Mark Shuttleworth, South African astronaut

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  • Ph.D. (I/O Psychology) on Evaluating the effectiveness of workplace interventions – In progress
  • University of South Africa (Masters I/O Psychology)- 2003
  • University of South Africa (Honors I/O Psychology)- 1998
  • Damelin Business College (Diploma in Public relations with distinction) – 1990
  • University of Pretoria (B.A. Psychology) – 1989


  • College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Psychologist’s Association of Alberta
  • American Psychological Association (Div.13 Consulting Psychology)

Publications & Presentations:

  • Coping with Covid19 (2020). Bromwich & Smith, Calgary, Canada
  • Mitigating Unconscious Bias (2018). Calgary Real Estate Women presentation and panel discussion, Calgary, Canada.
  • Unconscious Bias: Visible and Invisible disabilities (2016). City of Calgary, Experience Inclusion! Program, Calgary, Canada.
  • Let’s talk about Unconscious Bias (2016). City of Calgary, Experience Inclusion! Program, Calgary, Canada.
  • Evaluating practitioner-led workplace interventions (2014). New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference, Nelson, New Zealand.
  • Assessment and the evaluation of learning (2012), Abstract 3177. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Attention and perception (2012), Abstract 3188. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Assessment of cognitive abilities and potential (2012), Abstract 3186. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Digital technologies in learning (2012), Abstract 3195. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Cognition and multi-faceted aspects of motivation (2012), Abstract 3189. International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Integrating health and wellness strategy in the workplace (2005). Network Magazine, Human resources Institute of Alberta.
  • The relationship between emotional intelligence and self-actualization (2005). South African journal of labour relations, 29 (1). Johannesburg: Department of Business Management.
  • The relationship between self-actualization and emotional intelligence (2002). Published Masters Dissertation. Pretoria, University of South Africa.
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