I honour the vulnerability it takes to first acknowledge that we want changes in our lives, and to then reach out for support.

Folks often seek out therapy because they have noticed sensations, feelings, moods, thoughts, and behaviours that are impacting their relationships and ability to find ease and pleasure in day-to-day life. Psychotherapy is a unique relationship, where we both work together to support you in creating positive shifts and reshape patterns of being in the world.

As a white settler psychotherapist, I hold and grapple with awareness of the colonial origins of psychotherapy, as well as gratitude for Indigenous and Black wisdoms which lead us in decolonizing healing practices.

I do my best to navigate power in a good way, aiming to cultivate a relational and collaborative approach where we "walk together" in the therapeutic process. As a new person in your life with some particular therapeutic knowledge and experience, I will likely offer a different perspective on all you are navigating. I will also provide body- and arts-based options to support easing trauma responses and accessing your creative embodied wisdom. However, I believe you are the expert of your own life and I will empower you to take the lead in how we navigate therapy together.

Take a look at the Q&A below, and feel free to reach out with any additional questions, and/or schedule your free 20 minute consultation here.



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