I provide individual psychotherapy to adults (19 years+) facing a variety of challenges and life transitions, such as:
My services may also be beneficial for people who think they’re doing relatively well and want to learn to feel and function even better.
Meetings are entirely online, via a secure web-based platform, so you can take care of your wellbeing from the comfort of your own home.
My approach in psychotherapy is very person-centered and collaborative. I believe every person is unique and I am committed to working together and tailoring my knowledge of evidence-based approaches to meet individual needs.
I’ve been told by past mentors that some of my greatest strengths as a psychologist are my professionalism and my strong compassionate presence. I know how uncomfortable it can be to seek help for the first time and I am committed to being there for you along the way and making this process as healing as possible.
My approach to therapy is also very dialectical – I try to balance acceptance and change in my interventions, and compassion and present-moment awareness are deeply embedded in my sessions with clients. I often encourage my clients to do the same in their own lives and integrate mindfulness, kindness and compassion towards themselves and others.
I strongly believe that making small changes can often lead us to live more meaningful lives. A past teacher once told me “psychotherapy is taking the power that we have to suffer less”. It takes a lot of courage to make that first appointment, and yet that small action could potentially change your life. If you think you might benefit from online psychotherapy, I invite you to take that first step and reach out to me. I consider it both an honour and a privilege to accompany my clients along their journey.
I’m happy to share my extensive knowledge of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and other Mindfulness-based approaches by providing clinical consultation to other registered healthcare providers.
These services are offered following College guidelines, and consist of “the provision of information, within a relationship of professionals of relatively equal status, generally based upon a limited amount of information that offers a point of view that is not binding with respect to the subsequent professional behaviour of the recipient of the information” (CPO Standards of Professional Conduct, 2017).
Please note that as such, this activity does not include the signing off of official documents such as reports or case notes.
I can support your corporate wellbeing programs by providing workshops, trainings, or wellness retreats.
With my extensive training in Third Wave Psychology, I can share my knowledge on ways to cultivate more joy in your life, developing greater compassion for yourself and others, preventing burnout, and improving your overall wellbeing.
All speaking engagements, workshops, trainings, or retreats are tailored to the specific needs and objectives of your organization. Please get in touch to discuss your needs.