Who could you be? What kinds of relationships could you have with others and the world around you? We all have potential paths we could walk, but occasionally we stumble or pause, uncertain of how to proceed or where to go. Together, we can navigate these winding paths, addressing obstacles to your joy and strengthening resilience to life’s challenges.
Focus Areas: meaning and identity, relationship and family issues, ADHD, life transitions, men’s mental health, substance use, LGBTQ2IA+ and Indigenous folks.
I’m a Therapist-in-Training, completing my Master’s degree in Psychotherapy at McMaster University. I approach my work from a trauma-informed and compassion-focused perspective, drawing on my background in philosophy, neuroscience, and art. My practice is rooted in cultivating a nonjudgmental and collaborative therapeutic relationship where you can feel safe expressing yourself and exploring. I’m dedicated to creating an inclusive therapeutic environment for people from all walks of life.
I have a BSc in Neuroscience from Western University and a Graduate Certificate in Addictions and Mental Health from Humber College. Alongside my therapeutic work, I’ve worked in meditation, crisis intervention, neuroscience research, neurotechnology, and the theatre and film industries. I’m a musician and composer and have a deep passion for art, philosophy, and the outdoors. All these perspectives inform my therapeutic practice, just as all our experiences are woven into the fabric of each encounter we have.
** Initial consults will be with Clinic Director, Barbara Brown, RP, MTS **