Psychotherapy helps us make sense of our thoughts, feelings and our relationships with the world and others around us. It helps us to understand how our past experiences may influence our present day behaviours. When we understand ourselves we often have a better chance of accepting ourselves. With greater awareness we can develop confidence, strength, self-agency and the ability to make healthier choices. Psychotherapy helps us to become comfortable with the uncomfortable, understanding who we really are and what we really want in this life.
"you have to do it by yourself, but you can't do it alone"
I offer brief, solution focused, and goal oriented psychotherapy as well as longer term counseling. I specialize in working with a diverse clientele of individuals who encompass a wide range of ages, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and professions that include military officers and personnel. To some, the term psychotherapy might be new and intimidating and one might be unsure of what to expect. Below are some of the things we might discuss in a session.
Your core beliefs and the way you feel about yourself and others
Your childhood and lived experiences
The connection between past and present day behaviours
Stressors you might currently be facing
Obstacles that prevent you from getting to where you want to be
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email.
My areas of focus include:
Mindfulness and Self-Care
Career and Life Transitions
Personal Healing and Growth
College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Master of Counselling Psychology - Yorkville University (IP - TBC 2023)
Master of Education - University of Saskatchewan - 2019
Bachelor of Education - Lakehead University - 2014
Bachelor of Professional Arts - Communication and Psychology - 2013
Speaking to a professional about the details of your life can be worrisome. Often times people are concerned about their private information and how it will be safeguarded. As a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), I adhere to all the rules and regulations of the CCPA. As a client, you can expect a level of ethical conduct that will ensure the protection of your personal information and maximize your autonomy as an individual.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Link to the CCPA Code of Ethics:
Cost per Session*: $55-$110 for 50 minutes (sliding scale options available)
Pay By: Cash, Mastercard, Visa, E-transfer (due at the end of the session or through an arrangement)
*Sessions are online or in-person