Bhupie joined City University in 2018 as an Associate Professor. Bhupie also teaches at Adler University, Vancouver Community College, and Justice Institute of BC. For over a decade, she has worked in, supervised, and consulted with various non-profit organisations involved in social justice/advocacy work. Currently, she offers counselling and supervision from her personal practice; and provides consultation, training, and workshops to various organisations and teams.
Bhupie is interested in intersectional research weaving in the ways that communities, families, and individuals resist and challenge oppressive, colonial systems; and the ways these systems impact the struggles that communities, families, and individuals face.
- Dulay, B., Krasnow, S., Reynolds, V., & Sampson, G. (2018). Talk-Listen: Centering Youth Wisdom in Group Work at Peak House. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 31(3), 6-23.
- Dulay, B., Sampson, K., Krasnow, S., & Reynolds, V. (2019). Gender Group at Peak House: Making Space beyond inclusion, resisting cis-and heteronormativity. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 4, 9-22
It is important to Bhupie to honour and allow the strength, wisdom, and lived experiences of those she works alongside to guide her work—in counselling and in teaching. Bhupie is passionate about creating a safer space alongside counselling students to grow and unlearn in the classroom. She hopes to be of use to her students and is inspired by her students as they develop an intersectional, ‘anti-oppressive’ practice.