I started with Fraser Health right after graduate school and have been able to pursue my professional growth as a therapist and then as a coordinator in numerous programs. I was given opportunities for ongoing professional development, work on important local and regional initiatives, and supported and mentored staff.
I work with colleagues and leadership that acknowledge and promote staff’s skills and accomplishments – all of whom share a passion for the work, and those we serve. Working with incredible teams in Fraser Health, I have created lasting relationships with amazing colleagues. I am so proud of how the programs and services that we all provide continue to evolve.
I love the opportunities to work with clients, their families and loved ones, colleagues from many different disciplines, physicians and community partners – all to help support a person’s recovery goals. I have been able to grow, learn, and thrive in the field that I am passionate about. I am driven by the knowledge that I can make a difference.
As a coordinator for a regional team, I am lucky to be able to work throughout this beautiful region. I manage my life-work balance by participating in cultural and community events, and all the wonderful outdoor activities that the lower mainland has to offer.
If you want to make a difference in people’s lives, if you want to promote recovery, people’s dignity and possibilities, and want to be part of dynamic teams, join our Mental Health and Substance Use team. Bring your skills and passion for being a critical element in fostering change in people’s lives.
Fraser Health is the heart of health care for nearly two million people in 20 diverse communities from Burnaby to Fraser Canyon on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Coast Salish and Nlaka’pamux Nations, and is home to six Métis Chartered Communities.
Our hospital and community-based services are delivered by a team of 45,000+ staff, medical staff and volunteers dedicated to serving our patients, families and communities.