There are many reasons that you might be seeking out therapy. You might be struggling with feelings of “stuckness,” unhappiness, grief, isolation, or the feeling that something is standing between you and the life you wish to live – or, you may not be sure what that life would look like. You may have experienced a major life event or shift that you are struggling to move forward with, or you may be noticing patterns in your life that you feel unable to break. Whatever is weighing on you, I am glad you are searching for someone to share this load. I invite you to work with me in an environment that uses an anti-oppression lens and welcomes queer and trans folks, BIPOC folks, neurodivergence, disability, and is body- and sex work-positive.
I am a student at the Toronto Institute of Relational Psychotherapy. My therapeutic approach is relational and trauma-informed, meaning that, together, we can explore the ways in which your relational experiences have shaped your sense of self and of the world around you. This will look different for every person, and we may look together at questions such as – what did you learn in your early relationships about what it means to feel safe with another? How does this show up in your current relationships, and are there other paths we can explore?
I will provide a welcoming, non-judgmental space to feel the big feelings that may come up as we work together. You may find that as you engage with these pieces, at your pace, they become less scary – and I’ll be with you throughout the journey. If you’re interested in working together, please reach out to book a consultation. I look forward to connecting!