Brooklyn is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) as well as a Certified Music Therapist. Brooklyn creates a safe and expressive space to tap into whatever creativity a person may hold, whether they know it or not. Creative arts therapy (music, play, visual art, writing) is a meaningful way to open the therapeutic space and reduce stress. Brooklyn is happy to offer her musical training and skills to help a client express and connect deeper to the self. Music and therapy in all its forms have been a gift for Brooklyn throughout her life, and she is passionate about sharing that gift with others.
Brooklyn has worked with people with behavioural issues, ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, life-limiting illnesses, anger, stress, women’s issues, academic issues, end-of-life, and family conflict. She uses a variety of approaches including mindfulness-based CBT, Music Therapy, Play Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Art Therapy concepts, Solution Focused Therapy, Strengths-Based, and Person-Centred approaches to therapy.
Working within the collaborative therapeutic process, Brooklyn helps to develop and work on goals that allow her clients to live with greater fulfillment and clarity. She has experience working across the lifespan, with young children through to century-old clientele. Brooklyn is passionate about mental health, and through her expertise, she first and foremost fosters a safe, empowering, and expressive space.
Education: Brooklyn holds a master’s degree in Creative Arts Therapy from Concordia University and is registered with the CRPO.