I take a lot of pride in creating a comfortable haven for my clients, where people can feel safe discussing the things they fear most. Many of us have good friends and family to speak to about our troubles, and some do not. Either way, my knowledge of how the mind works alongside my compassion and genuine wish to help people, makes me a good choice to be your go-to-professional.
Education Credentials: I have a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and a Masters degree in Social Psychology, both from University of Alberta. In addition, I have taken specialized training in
Philosophy: I consider it a privilege to work with individuals and couples willing to be open enough and vulnerable enough to share their inner worlds with me, and to try new things even when it may feel uncomfortable or scary. I love to see the sense of purpose, contentment, clarity, satisfaction, and hope that clients achieve through their psychotherapy experiences. I welcome clients of any race, faith, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, background, and ability.
Treatment Specialties: I would describe my counselling approach as empathic, strengths-based, active, collaborative, and evidence-based. This means that I focus on understanding what’s important to you, where you feel stuck, what you have tried, and what has and hasn’t been helpful. I will then use that information, along with my knowledge and experience of what works, to guide what strategies we try but will also regularly seek your input and feedback to make therapy as effective as possible for you.
I see you as the expert on your own life, and me as a supportive coach who offers new perspectives or strategies to help you move forward.
I work with adults and couples experiencing a broad range of issues, including:
If you’re wondering if I would be a good fit for you and your needs, or just have a few questions before you’re ready to book an appointment, please feel free to contact the clinic to book a free 10-minute consultation with me.
Personal Interests: I love running, hiking and camping in the mountains, Zumba classes, Fringe plays, live music, watching Oilers games and tennis, and spending time with family and friends.
As an Edmonton Provisional Registered Psychologist, you may have coverage from your employer insurance for my services. Contact your insurance company for more information about your coverage.
I am available for in-office appointments as well as Telehealth Online Counselling (video or phone) sessions.