Working together to make change and healing possible.

I draw from a number of theoretical orientations in my work. I primarily look to Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to guide my practice, with a foundation in Family Systems Theory. This systemic approach views the problem as interactional; blame is not placed on the individual but rather on the pattern that has developed between individuals. Through counselling, I present clients with specific tools to cope with the current situation while keeping in mind the goal of creating their preferred reality.

Clients can explore a number of concerns and be presented with specific tools to cope, whatever their situation. Common concerns include:

  • Anger management

  • Life transitions
  • Loss and grief
  • Relationship support
  • Learning Disorder support
  • Wellness strategies
  • Healthy boundaries
  • Anxiety and depression