Fringina Mukaga is a Bachelor of Social Work graduate from the University of Calgary. She also has a Bachelor of Sociology degree from the University of New Brunswick.
As a Registered Social Worker Fringina hopes that her accomplishments reflect her desire to help people find their voice, be heard and be acknowledged. She brings an authentic curiosity and genuine empathy to the work she does alongside individuals and new parents facing challenges including anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues and emotional regulation.
Fringina’s personal practice model incorporates lived experience and evidence-based interventions with a strong commitment to holding a confidential and judgement-free space that focuses on empowering you to find sustainable and practical solutions to the challenges causing dis-ease in your life functioning. She recognizes and celebrates diversity understanding that there is no one solution or method: what works for one person may not work for another. Through insightful collaboration Fringina will adapt therapeutic interventions to suit your unique needs.
When she’s not helping people, Fringina enjoys re-discovering and exploring her passion for creative arts.