I work from an ever-developing anti-oppressive lens and, with intention, offer a caring and non-judgmental space for self-exploration and healing. I am drawn towards working with clients on topics related to identity, the changing identities of loved ones, overwhelming emotions, interpersonal relationships, and trauma. My clinical approach is trans-affirmative, drawing on therapeutic techniques from Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and Narrative Therapy.
As a queer and trans person, I have dedicated myself to LGBTQ2SIA+ communities for over a decade as an educator, peer support worker, and organizer. Since 2016, I have offered individual and group counselling to LGBTQ2SIA+ adults, youth, and our loved ones. I completed a Bachelor of Arts in History and Gender and Women’s Studies from Dalhousie University in 2011 and am currently completing my final year of a Master of Education in Adult Counselling and Psychotherapy at University of Toronto, OISE campus.
The therapy space I seek to foster is a supportive environment to explore areas you may feel stuck, identify limiting patterns, process overwhelming feelings, and cultivate relational skills both within yourself and with others. I am available as a supportive witness on your life’s journey.