Current Role Working With The Athletic Population
My current caseload deals with the general population who have active related goals, so therefore in my mind they are athletes. We have a full rogue gym facility that allows for individuals of all abilities and ages to get back to their meaningful activities/sports.
I focus on empowering individuals through active evidence-based rehab to help individuals overcome obstacles that are holding them back from reaching their goals. To help individuals discover their physical, psychological, and emotional strength, and foster self-efficacy, independence, and resiliency. A biopsychosocial approach to rehab and performance that values and accounts for the entire lived human experience
Grew up playing baseball, ice and ball hockey, golf, and volleyball. I started strength training in high school, and then transitioned into Crossfit in my undergrad. I am currently a Crossift and Weightlifting athlete training out of Crossfit Queen Street in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Academic Background and Professional Training
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (University of Victoria, 2016). Master of Science in Physical Therapy (Queen's University, 2019).