Sarah has a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her training has equipped her to work with individuals and families within the context of their relationship systems and attachments. Her instruction with the Neufeld Institute, the Satir Institute of the Pacific, and Dr. Madeleine De Little have further expanded her understanding of neuroscience, human development, attachment, family systems, and trauma. Sarah’s time as an elementary and high-school counsellor working in three different remote northern communities provided her with many rich and diverse experiences. She took part in trainings by Dr. Linda O’Neil and Kathi Camilleri which deepened her understanding of trauma in children and the systemic trauma from Colonization and Residential Schools in Canada. Building and strengthening attachments is at the core of all healing, from individuals to communities. Sarah’s own Metis, Ojibwa, and Cree roots inform her work, as does her personal story of being an adoptee.