As a therapist I am open to working with anyone who is interested in doing the hard work of improving relationships to self, others, and the world through self-examination, relationship development, spiritual reflection, and creative experimentation with meaning-making and purpose-building.
I am a spiritual care practitioner (Canadian Association for Spiritual Care, Associate Member) with experience working in hospital serving various patient populations: palliative, emergency/crisis care, mental health, to name a few. My practice in working with clients is informed by the existential-humanist tradition, where I emphasise personal freedom, authenticity, and meaning-making.
Perhaps you’re working through grief or mourning, struggling with depression or anxiety. Maybe, you’re living with addiction, or just feeling lost and in search of meaning. Don’t forget: you’re human.