Lisa received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Trent University
in 2008 and the following year earned a Bachelor of Education degree at
Queen’s University specializing in Primary/Junior grade levels.
Lisa has had five years’ experience teaching and tutoring elementary
students, including two years in the UK, where she received training as
an English as a Second Language teacher. Lisa takes a child-centred approach
to teaching and tutoring, and believes in collaboratively setting goals
to help children problem solve and discover how they can achieve their
best learning potential. She has recently received a Masters in Education,
Counselling Psychology degree from the University of Ottawa, specializing
in Child and Family therapy. She has one year of experience at Crossroads
Children’s Centre supporting children who struggle with emotional,
behavioural and social difficulties; as well as their families. Her knowledge
and experience in counselling children is an important asset in helping
students achieve their academic goals.