At the core of helpful therapy is connection. Counselling provides an opportunity for clients to share their story and work towards their therapy goals in a safe space with my support. I consider it a great privilege to come alongside each person and be a witness to their story.

I believe that each client I meet with is a unique individual with strengths, a story, and a context. I seek to collaborate with each person to help them reach their treatment goals and achieve lasting difference in their lives. 

I believe that insight – understanding the “why” behind our behaviour and getting to the root of a problem – can often be very helpful in creating a context for change. Depending on the needs of each person, I draw from various approaches including EMDR Therapy, Coherence Therapy, and Ego State Therapy. In addition, I am currently training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, an approach that holds central the connection between mind and body.