Hi, I’m Éva Norris.
I am an Intern Therapist pursuing an MDiv in Clinical Counselling at Tyndale University. Before my career as a therapist, I worked as an elementary school teacher and studied history and languages. At my core, I am an educator passionate about helping others and dedicated to lifelong learning. My approach is relational, systemic, and strength-based. I am primarily informed by Emotionally Focused Therapy and Family Systems theories and hold an empathic and non-judgmental stance. I work collaboratively and relationally, recognizing that you are the expert of your unique story.
I believe our relationships with ourselves, partners, family, and friends can often be the source of our greatest joys and deepest pains and frustrations – I’ve been there. Through my own growth journey, I have learned that our families of origin, environments, and societal contexts have a real impact on us. I offer my expertise and experience to help you look at the past, to better understand the present, and to work with you to move toward positive and lasting change. I help you identify and draw on your strengths to increase your resiliency and meet your goals.
Whether you are experiencing relational issues, family tension, a life transition, stress and anxiety, unresolved trauma, low self-esteem, loneliness, depression, or just need someone to talk to, it would be an honour and joy to walk with you as your therapist in your healing journey. I look forward to connecting with you soon.