fascinates me. I’ve been very curious of what makes us happy, sad or anxious.
What attracts us to one another? What pushes us away? This curiosity led me to
do a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. This wasn’t enough. My curiosity of how
we survive in the toughest of times led me to volunteer at the crisis lines in
Ottawa. I discovered the strength that people have to survive the toughest of times.
I then made it my
career by completing a Master of Education in Counselling and working since as
the Anger Program Counsellor at a community agency dedicated to helping women
in trouble with the law. The power and importance of relationships and family
became very apparent through my work and I completed a certificate in Couples
I now work with
anybody who is looking to heal their emotional pain, understand themselves and
looking to improve the relationship they have with their partner or family. I
keep learning and cherish the moments of growth that I have been privileged to
Yoshie Martinez ReachesOttawa ON