I’m currently a fourth-year honours specialization psychology student at Huron University of Western Ontario. I found my enthusiasm for social change-making, child psychopathology, and offering help to individuals with mental health difficulties after working as a support line worker. I excel when conducting problem-solving tasks and working in collaborative environments.
Aside from work, my passions lie within the scope of history and social science. I love discussing social issues with my peers, which led to my long-term commitments to CMHA. In my spare time, I love listening to music and reading (I once read 40 books in one summer).
In my spare time, I enjoy making resin crafts! Resin crafting is a very detailed and precise process that challenges both my creativity and patience. Furthermore, my creative thinking has improved, allowing me to approach problems and challenges in new and innovative ways, leading to unique solutions and more effective problem-solving.
A change is gonna come by Sam Cooke
If I could send one message to the world, it would be to not let the opinions and expectations of others dictate your life decisions and actions. People frequently make decisions based on what they believe others will approve of, rather than what is truly in their best interests or aligns with their values and goals. Instead, I encourage everyone to think about their own beliefs, values, and desires. Consider what is important to you and what will bring you the most happiness and fulfilment when making decisions.