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About Me

I am a registered social worker (MSW) having spent much of my professional life supporting children, youth, and young women in various capacities including mental health counselling, program facilitation; community development; crisis and trauma response; and child and family advocacy. I am passionate about supporting people as they try to find hope and healing in the dark spaces of their lives. I believe that people hold an incredible capacity for healing and deserve support and guidance 

along the way. My hope is that I can be one of those supportsI work hard to listen and respond thoughtfully and non-judgementally. Creating a safe environment is really important to me and I am happy to hear from clients about what I can do to help create this. I bring expertise to sessions but also recognize that you are the expert on your own life and healing. I am here to witness and support you while providing guidance when needed. I am a creative thinker, enjoy connecting people to resources, and talking about how our personal experiences relate to society as a whole. I try to be approachable and like to throw in a bit of humour to my work when I can!

Malaya Alexander


Ph.D. Sociology - Sexual Violence Prevention
University of Saskatchewan - In progress

Masters of Social Work (MSW) 
University of Regina
Lived Experiences of Sexual Violence in Tondo, Manila, Philippines Envisioning Change Through Body Mapping

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
University of Regina

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