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I teach and provide consultation, teaching and facilitation services to professionals and regular humans who provide services to people across all the wide and wonderful spectrum of sexuality, disability, relationship style, and gender.


I’m most often asked to consult or teach in the areas of neurodiversity, autistic mental health, non-monogamy, and trans/nonbinary experience and transition. I take an intersectional, participatory and trauma-informed approach to teaching, and my goal is to create a learning space where it's okay to ask questions, make mistakes, and grow together.


I love developing and facilitating workshops and presentations for groups (including classes) and have worked with several universities, non-profit organizations, and professional organizations across what is called Canada and the United States.  

Please feel free to get in touch with me by email or use the contact form below if you'd like to work with me. I'd love to hear from you! 

an old pine tree stands on a rocky shore in the traditional territory of Anishinaabe and Huron-Wendat territory, also known as Georgian Bay, Ontario
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