I will not handicap you by fixing your problem, but empower you by helping you solve it.


I will not fix you, or save you, or even tell you what to do.  I will, however, hold a container that will safely allow you to explore your own experience through questions and gentle humour.

I come from both an academic background, and a more embodied approach.  Similar to my path to therapy, I believe both have provided me invaluable insight into how I work with clients.  The rigour and determination from academia provides structure and discipline to my creative and intuitive style with clients.  Although I am formerly trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), I am increasingly more drawn to the body-based, experiential approach of Gestalt Therapy as I’ve developed as a clinician and as a person.  Aside from these two modalities, I also have training in Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Emotion-Focused Therapy, to which I draw from depending on the individual needs of my client.

Most importantly, I believe the relationship between therapist and client is of ultimate importance, and provides the bedrock for any and all client change.