People come to counselling for many reasons such as the desire to talk to a neutral person, to be validated, to discover self, to learn positive coping mechanisms, to learn communication skills, to learn to assert boundaries, to grieve, to learn to identify and process emotions, to celebrate life’s successes, to not only get through difficult times but to flourish, and much more.

Why you come to therapy and how you work through your process is unique to you. You are in the driver’s seat, and I am there to offer curiosity, a new perspective, education, and more to support you in a way that is helpful to you. You determine the pace, what we discuss, and what you would like to work on, and it is my job to support you through that process.

Therapy can help you deal with life’s challenges in a healthy manner. Throughout your process, you may learn how to identify and appropriately deal with your emotions as well as form deeper more meaningful and intimate relationships in your life. Here, you can overcome maladaptive patterns and coping skills to help you effectively work towards the person you want to become. In addition, therapy can help you overcome traumatic experiences you had to fully be present in the moment. This will also give you wisdom and strength to continue to move in the direction that you want.

I’m a great fit for you if you are looking for support:
– learning to count yourself in

– identifying and processing emotions

– creating healthy boundaries

– self-esteem and self worth

– life transitions

– relationship issues, separation and divorce

– crisis

– stress/burnout

– post-traumatic growth/resiliency

– early childhood trauma

– family of origin/family systems

– intimacy

– intergenerational trauma

– codependency

Types of Therapy:

  • – Adlerian Psychology
    – Attachment Theory
    – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
    – Couple’s Counselling
    – Eclectic
    – Existential
    – Experiential
    – Family Systems Theory
    – Family Therapy
    – Gestalt
    – Humanistic Psychology
    – Transpersonal Counselling Psychology
    – Trauma Informed