It can be difficult to simply be in the world right now on top of whatever unique stressors you may be facing. Though it may be easy to convince ourselves that our problems are insignificant or bearable, we all deserve support from time to time. My role as a therapist is not to analyze, pathologize or label you. Instead, my role is to be curious about the meaning you give to your experiences and to ask questions that may help you to shift your outlook on the challenges you’re experiencing.
I meet you with unconditional support and non-judgment. I take a feminist and anti-oppressive approach to therapy and pay special attention to how your identity and interactions with social norms and cultural systems might influence how you move through the world.
Every person is unique and therapy is not one size fits all. As such, I draw from a number of evidence-based tools to create an approach that works for you as a unique individual. Some modalities I incorporate include narrative, emotion-focused, and attachment-focused therapies.
I am an MA candidate at Yorkville University, who holds qualifying status with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. I am supervised by B. Bonney Elliot (https://bonneyelliott.ca/) .