Helen proudly graduated with honors from George Brown College’s nursing program in 2010. As a role model in the esthetic medicine field, Helen commonly mentors new nurses. She has over 20 years of experience and continues to take cadaver and pharmaceutical courses.
Helen’s career began in 1992 in Toronto, when she worked alongside Dr. Larry Freemont in hair restoration. During 1995 in Austria, she fulfilled her requirements in laser studies under Dr. Eli Tamir. She also assisted in surgical/non-surgical anti-aging treatments with Dr. David Ellis in Toronto.
In 1998, Helen focused on injectable and non-invasive skin rejuvenation at Dr. Lorne Segall’s Toronto private practice. In this role, Helen performed a variety of services, including medical needling scar reduction and laser modalities such as Yang, Alexandrite, IPL, and more.
Furthermore, Helen contributed to research on acne rosacea and a 532nm DioLite laser with retinaldehyde. The study, which was conducted by Dr. David Ellis and Dr. Linda Maxwell, was featured in the Journal of Dermatology for its inventive use of cosmeceuticals and laser modalities.
Helen is a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario, the Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario, the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgical Nurses, the Canadian Society of Phlebology and the Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine.