About me

When we practice radical acceptance of what is we may move toward what is possible. This slight shift can be the beginning of rebuilding a trust in self that once was lost.

Redefining and reconnecting to an inherent sense of self trust allows you to navigate & regulate emotions better, identify and set clear boundaries, strengthen & improve relationships, increase self-esteem & confidence among many other markers of mental, emotional, spiritual (if this applies) and physical well-being.

Exploring this may call us into gently looking at your past experiences, childhood upbringing, beliefs & values. Beginning to understand the narrative you’re holding with compassion may bring new context around how you got to this point in your journey. This can be the birthplace of the much needed skill set of self compassion necessary to move through this work.

Seeking professional support can be one way to take the first step. I prioritize working with and for BIPOC folks. The frameworks I draw from are rooted in a client centred focus to include:  anti-oppressive, decolonization, trauma informed, holding a feminist lens and embodiment practices (increase capacity in emotional regulation)

I believe in co-operative, creative, consensual sessions whereby your voice, your needs, your boundaries and and goals will guide our time together.

To learn more about me, please visit my website https://harbourcw.com/


Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 2678

License Province/Territory: BC

Date License Granted: June 16, 2020

Years in Practice: 3

Additional Credentials:

  • Cultural Somatics - Resmaa Menakem: MSW, LICSW, SEP
  • Mindfulness and Mental Health Liberation with presenter: River Chevannes, MSW
  • Food Justice, Nutrition and Mental Health In the Black Community with presenter: Reynelda Jones, LMSW-C, ASD, CIMHP
  • Dismantling Oppressive Treatment of Anxiety Online Training with: Aisha R. Shabazz, LCSW
  • Anti-Racism Course with: Selam Debs, Anti-Racism Coach
  • Trauma-Informed Training Level 1 & 2 with: Trish Walsh, BA, MTC & Alyson Quinn, RSW
  • Grief Care Professional Certificate Program with: Megan Devine, LCPC                                              *completion of course in May 2023
  • Designing Digital Dialogue: Communications for Systems Change with: On Canada Project                       * ongoing self paced training

Insurance Plans: ClaimSecure, Equitable Life of Canada, Green Shield Canada, Manulife and Pacific Blue Cross.

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Session Types
In Person
  • Trauma/Intergenerational Trauma
  • Codependency
  • Relationships: Interpersonal & Relationship with Self (transition, endings, challenges)
  • Grief & Loss (grief and loss is not only physical - loss of dreams, career, and relationships have impact as well)
  • Body Image / Dysmorphia
  • Self-Esteem
  • Symptoms of Depression
  • Symptoms of Anxiety
  • Postpartum
  • Cross-Cultural Marriage