About Jessica Ali
I recently graduated with a Master of Social Work from Dalhousie University, where I completed my placement with the Sackville/Bedford Community Mental Health Clinic, working with adults who were experiencing a variety of mental health-related challenges. I have extensive experience working with families involved with the child welfare system and experience working with seniors and in Aboriginal communities.
Being born and raised in Nova Scotia, I received a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) and a Bachelor of Social Work from Dalhousie University.
I believe in person-centred practice and collaborative approaches that allow individuals to be in control of their own healing and wellness journeys.
It is a privilege to be involved in these journeys, and I look forward to connecting with individuals to support them at the beginning of their therapeutic process.
About Mithey Augustine
I graduated with my MA in International Development Studies at Dalhousie University. I graduated with a Combined Honours BA in Psychology and International Development Studies. This provided me with a unique lens of seeing the personal being in continuous conversation with the political.
As a first generation Canadian I am passionate about the Eelam-Tamil community that I hail from. My research explores issues of identity, liberation culture, intergenerational and community trauma concerning Eelam-Tamil women. I look forward to providing you with a safe space and assisting you with getting started on your wellness journey.