Ashley is a registered social worker with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, as well as a Bachelor and Masters in social work. She has been employed with the clinic since 2016 and provides biofeedback, directed neurofeedback as well as talk therapy. Ashley has been interested in Holistic treatment since 2011 when she began her career in First Nations prevention & child welfare.
“Working in First Nations communities and learning from Indigenous educators in the Master’s program has provided me with the opportunity to learn about and embrace a holistic framework for helping and healing. As a counselor at the Mindshift Clinic, I am able to continue to support, advocate for and practice holistic approaches to mental health and wellness. I feel honoured to work in an environment that promotes and encourages continued education, growth, and excellence”.
Since starting at the clinic, Ashley has continued to learn many different counseling techniques to provide an individualized, holistic and client centered approach to treatment. In addition to biofeedback and neurofeedback, Ashley has been trained in empirically supported therapies to include EMDR, Prolonged exposure, Internal Family Systems as well as cognitive therapies. Ashley is also currently completing a certificate in Trauma Studies from the Trauma Research Foundation and in the final stage of earning her board certification in biofeedback and neurofeedback.