My therapeutic approach is psychodynamic, which can also be called insight-oriented.  Through relational conversation,  we can work together to connect the present to the past.  This can assist you to find links to your history which create patterns of living that may be challenging in your life now.

It is my hope that through this journey together people find relief in their day to day lives and that, over time, experience greater fulfillment and freedom in living.

My training as a Psychotherapist was through The Centre for Training in Psychotherapy which has a rigorous, academic and experiential learning program to specifically train therapists to practice Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.   To understand my training better you can visit or ask me questions when you meet me.

I've been practicing as a therapist for 4 years and find the work fulfilling.  It is an honour to be a part of someones growth and healing.  I truly respect the decision people make to come to therapy.  I see that it takes a certain amount of bravery to come and sit in front of another person and talk about your stories and feelings.       
I’ve been working to support people in various professional roles for 23 years. Providing assistance to youth, people with intellectual disabilities and mental health needs, and their family members.   This gives me a foundation of experience and knowledge to draw from to help you.

You can learn more about me on my Psychology Today feature and through the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy.

Come, sit, let's talk.

All are welcome.