Linda Rombough is currently completing her Masters degree in Counselling at Ottawa University, and works as a student counsellor at OCISO (Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization) where she provides individual counselling using CBT, EFT, and mindfulness, and delivers youth group programs for kids at risk. She also works as a certified Child Meditation Facilitator, and a FRIENDS for Life anxiety prevention and program Facilitator who works with children and youth in the Ottawa area. Linda also works as consultant with the Federal Government in the area of child protection policy development. She is the past Vice-President and Chair of the Youth Committee for the ADAO (Anxiety Disorder Association of Ontario), and past Secretary of ADAC (Anxiety Disorder Association of Canada). As a certified SMT (Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching) instructor, Linda tutors children who struggle with dyslexia and other learning challenges while providing one-on-one coaching to parents in the area of advocacy, support, empowerment, coping strategies and adaptive technologies. She draws on her technology skills and interest from her previous career as a web application developer, with a strong interest in artificial intelligence.