Christine has been deeply engaged in the narrative therapy community of Vancouver, Canada since completing her Master’s degree in 2002. For the first ten years post-Masters she trained, worked, published and innovated new forms of narrative group work at a local substance use program for street and sex trade youths that was fully steeped in narrative practices. By 2010 she had completed her PhD, working closely with the TAOS Institutes world renown director Dr. Sheila MacNamee. Christine’s narrative therapy informed Doctoral dissertation articulated the interconnection between substance misuse and disordered eating in the lives of young women. Along with her private practice now in Whistler, Canada, Christine is involved in new practice developments in the field of psychedelic medicines and mental health- and their relationship with narrative practice. In 2021 she was accepted into the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).