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Unmasking with the Values Based Integration Process

How I Can Help

Sometimes it’s hard to describe what I do as a coach – and why you might need a coach – because it can vary so greatly. So here are a few thoughts:

If you are the parent of an LGBTQ child, struggling to know how to support your child, I can help.

If you are early on in your disability journey and struggling to figure out how to navigate your day to day life or your emotions around your disability, I can help.

If you have received a one-time Autism amount or have a childhood budget and are looking for alternatives to ABA for training and support, I can help.


If you have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss and feel like you “should” be feeling better, but you still feel overwhelmed, I can help.


If your child has a disability or major illness and you are struggling with your mental health, or navigating the system here in Ontario, or coming up with solutions for the challenges of day to day life, I can help.


If you feel like you are constantly having to acquiesce to the needs of those around you – playing the role of people-pleaser in an attempt to survive – I can help.


If you have experienced a major illness or disability in your partner and haven’t had a chance to process that with anyone yet, I can help.


I have 17 years of experience – both personal and professional – that covers all of these areas and more.


We don’t have to live close to each other for me to help – I do more than 80% of my client work via video conferencing, allowing you to save travel time and connect with the best person for your situation.


Send me a message, and let’s start this conversation.

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About the program

In 2017 I was newly self-diagnosed with atypical autism, struggling with burnout, and striking out when it came to therapists who could address the issues I was facing. At the same time, I was building skills around life coaching, shame reduction, and trauma-informed therapy for work. Gradually I realized that what I needed – an embodied, autonomous, agency-driven coaching approach to unmasking – was not something I was going to find “out there”, but something I was going to need to create if I wanted to recover my life. This was the moment the Values Based Integration Process was born.

Having developed the program for myself – and having seen the incredible results it brought in my own life – I began to use it with coaching clients. The results were out of this world!

After conversations with Dr. Devon Price, the technique was featured in his book Unmasking Autism. With it, came interest in the technique and the decision was made to begin training coaches and therapists to help make this toolkit more readily available.


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