Therapy is not a one size fits all endeavour. Finding a good fit and building a strong therapeutic relationship is the key to achieving goals and lasting change. As a training therapist, I take a person-centered, strength-based approach with an emphasis on non-judgement and empathic listening. Using an integrative approach to therapy I will incorporate cognitive, solution-focused, emotion-focused and attachment-based interventions to help you gain a full sense of yourself and your potential. In addition to holding a space for you to feel understood, I will be active in helping you make desired and perceptible change, collaborating on therapy goals and measuring progress towards the things you want to see transformed in your life.
Currently, I am a Master of Arts candidate in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University, under the full supervision of Shirley Katz, Ph.D., RP, and Clinic Director of Creative Transitions Psychotherapy.