Our ability to move happily and confidently through life is in large part informed by how our sense of self developed and exists today. Feeling emotionally unwell or stuck is often a product of unhealthy relational experiences or patterns.
I work with my clients to better understand how they came to think and feel the way that they do. Gaining insight into perceptions of self and how one relates to others can introduce exciting new perspectives — ones that can help in meeting life’s obstacles with more clarity and confidence.
I am a therapist in training at the Toronto Institute for Relational Psychotherapy, where my clinical work is being supervised by a member of the faculty.
The Toronto Institute for Relational Psychotherapy is recognized by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and, as a therapist in training, I am bound by the College’s ethical framework.
I am also a member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists.
I strive to bring an anti-oppressive lens to my practice. As a member of the LGTBQ community, I try to bring an understanding of how both privilege and oppression show up in the therapeutic relationship.
I aim to create a warm and non-judgemental space where we can work together on what might be troubling you.
Please email me to set up an appointment.