Is your workplace is seeking a registered mental health professional to provide workshops to employees? I offer workshops that provide education, practical tools, and self-reflection. If there’s another workshop your company is seeking, please feel free to inquire with me. Below are some workshops that are currently available. However, if there is another topic your workplace is seeking guidance on, please feel free to reach out. I may be able to offer workshops on other topics if the subject is within my scope of practice.  Please connect with me regarding pricing.

Trauma-Informed Yoga

Research shows that yoga has a range of physical and mental health benefits, including reducing anxiety and depression, improving sleep patterns, enhancing self-esteem, and generally improving well-being. I am a psychotherapist with training in trauma-informed yoga and am passionate about using yoga as an evidence-based tool to reduce stress. In this workshop, participants will engage in a gentle trauma-informed yoga practice, which is suitable for beginners and those who already have a yoga practice.

Mental Health for Human Resources Professionals

Those working in Human Resources wear multiple hats, one of which is sometimes a support person for staff going through difficult life circumstances, including anxiety, depression, loss, and suicidal ideation to name a few. This workshop provides Human Resources professionals with tools to better support themselves and the staff they are working with through challenging issues that may arise. This workshops provides participants with practical tools to understand their own triggers and learn emotional first aid strategies to support themselves and others.

Supporting Survivors of Intimate Partner Abuse

In this workshop, participants will gain a deeper understanding of intimate partner abuse and how to best support survivors. It explores common dynamics of intimate partner abuse, assessing risk, creating safety plans, and emotionally supporting survivors who are navigating immense upheaval in their lives. This workshop can be adapted for those working directly with survivors in a mental health setting as well as for those working outside of the mental health sector.


In the recent past, mindfulness has gained popularity and become a buzzword.  But what exactly is mindfulness and what does it do for us?  Among its many benefits, mindfulness can provide us with a greater sense of mental flexibility, self-awareness, and ability to cope with stress. In this workshop, participants will gain a deeper understanding of mindfulness and its principles, learn about why it is beneficial, have an opportunity to engage in a guided mindfulness practice, and gain strategies of how to incorporate mindfulness into their day-to-day.


Breathing is something we do unconsciously about 20,000 times every single day. Breathing is easy, but it’s anything but simple. Our breath is both a gateway to and an indicator of our physical and mental health. (Re)learning to breathe can regulate our physiological and psychological stress response that occurs at the level of the Autonomic Nervous System, which controls our involuntary bodily functions (ex. heart rate, blood pressure, physical tension digestion, release of stress hormones, etc.).  In addition, (re)learning to breathe can improve sleep, assist in the management of strong emotions, strengthen the immune system, improve energy level, and enhance mood.  In this workshop, participants will learn about the healing power of the breath, practice breathing strategies, and gain tools to improve their well-being.