Clinical Social Worker, Director & Founder
Charlotte founded Positive Space Consulting in 2018 and she brings a passion for social justice and over ten years of experience in the social work field. Charlotte felt she could make an impact through founding PSC and using her dynamic presence, knowledge and passion for mental health, spiritual connectedness and LGBTQ+ wellbeing.
Some areas Charlotte enjoys working through with people include sex, sexuality & gender, self-harm and addictions, chronic pain and illness management, crisis responding, relationship breakdowns, workplace stress, emotional dysregulation, child development and issues of parenting.
Being an openly Queer Woman living with an invisible disability and chronic pain, Charlotte practices through the lens of lived experience and uses a very collaborative approach with clients. Charlotte believes that all experiences are teachers and she's here to help support you in uncovering your lessons and fulfilling your soul's journey in this lifetime. Emotional safety and trust are at the forefront of every session with Charlotte as she encourages you to use self-compassion, curiosity and your own intuition to live a meaningful and intentional life.
Throughout her career, Charlotte has remained a steadfast advocate for diversity; but more specifically an advocate for removing barriers and challenging stigma that prevent marginalized people from fully participating and thriving in our society.
Charlotte has been consulted by individuals, mental health practitioners, non-profits organizations, social workers, health care providers, business owners, parents, teachers, real estate professionals, families as well as many others to provide relevant education, training, counselling and consulting.
Charlotte is grateful for the convergence of her life’s purpose and greatest passion and looks forward to supporting you on your journey.
She received her Master of Social Work in April 2019, and currently resides with her Fiancé and fur babies in Toronto Ontario.
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