If collective access is revolutionary love without charity, how do we learn to love each other? How do we learn to do this love work of collective care that lifts us instead of abandons us, that grapples with all the deep ways in which care is complicated? - Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Lola holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sexual Diversity Studies from the University of Toronto, and is currently completing their Master in Counselling Psychology. Lola has a commitment to anti-oppressive, accessible, and client-centred care, and understands the importance of collaborating with clients to understand and meet their individual needs. Lola has experience in the healthcare field both from their work supporting queer and trans youth in mental healthcare settings, and from working in medical administration. Lola plans on pursuing a career as a psychotherapist, and takes a special interest in working to improve the quality of care available to other queer, trans, and disabled clients. Outside of work, Lola enjoys illustration and other forms of visual art, flowers, and podcasts.