Natasha Aruliah


Natasha Aruliah is an advocate, activist and change agent. As an immigrant woman of colour and a counselling psychologist, she bore witness to people’s pain, resulting in a passion to ‘be the change’.  She supports peoples’ emotional and cultural competence development to engage fully, with compassion in courageous dialogues about power, that promotes healing, social justice, organisational transformation and lasting systemic change. She facilitates workshops and retreats, coaches key staff, leaders and board members, and consults on organisational assessments, policy and process reviews in all areas of social justice, diversity, equity, inclusion and transformative change. She works with government, union, non-profit, community and corporate organisations, specifically in education, healthcare, community services and the environment and climate justice sector, in the UK, Europe, Canada and the USA, for over 20 years. Additionally, she teaches in UBC’s Centre for Intercultural Communication, the JIBC’s Department of Counselling and Community Safety and with the Inner Activist.