Tasnim Nathoo is a researcher, writer, and consultant who lives in Vancouver, B.C. She has been published in magazines, academic journals, and edited collections. Tasnim’s written work spans the topics of mental health and substance use, healing from trauma, parenting and deschooling, finding your destiny and rebellious vegetables.
She is a contributor to the PM Press book Rad Families: A Celebration (“Building A Community of Parents: An Interview with Carla Bergman”) and the AK Press book Stay Solid: A Radical Handbook For Youth (“How to Heal a Broken Heart in 10 Steps” and “The Revolution Within: A Story”) and is the co-author of The One Best Way? Breastfeeding History, Policy and Politics in Canada (Wilfrid Laurier University Press).
Tasnim holds a Master of Science in Population and Public Health and a Master of Social Work from the University of British Columbia.