Kirsty graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master of Occupational Therapy degree in 2016. Since then, she has worked in both the US and Canada with people of all ages to address their physical and mental health challenges in their homes, community clinics, and the hospital. Kirsty loves helping individuals (and families) understand their own unique needs, strengths and skills in order to attain their goals.
As a life long learner, Kirsty has completed additional education in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, suicide prevention, various self-management programs including training as a Wellness Recovery Action Plan co-facilitator. She is currently completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Sensory Integration with Sheffield Hallam University.
Some of Kirsty’s favourite things to do outside of work include making art, playing in the garden, traveling to new places, and making tasty treats for loved ones.