Kathleen is a professionally trained coach and counselling therapist with a keen interest in supporting high potential women who are seeking greater levels of satisfaction in their personal and professional lives.
Her background is in strategic leadership, operations management, and program development. As a senior executive with the YMCA she developed unique partnerships with schools, community, government, and foundations to provide programs and services for thousands of youth and adults. Her work was recognized locally, nationally and internationally.
- Professional Certified Coach with The International Coach Federation
- College of Executive Coaching’s 128 hr Advanced Certified Personal & Executive Coach Program
- Master of Arts Pastoral Psychology & Counselling, St. Stephens College
- Canadian Certified Counsellor, #5525, Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association
- Certified Stress & Wellness Consultant (Canadian Institute of Stress)
- 125 hours of conflict resolution training with the Alberta Arbitration & Mediation Society
- B.Sc. Home Economics (Family Studies). U of A 1987. [Registered Professional Home Economist]
- Qualified to use psychometric tools, e.g. Myers Briggs, EQ-i 2.0 (Emotional Intelligence)
Kathleen has been a faculty member of Concordia University’s Career Development Program since 2004. She co-authored a chapter in the first Canadian textbook for colleges and universities published in January, 2014 by the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling, Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles and Professionalism.