I can help you in the areas of:

Personal change

Relational/Family change

Relational/Family change

Grief/loss of a loved one (including your furry friend), relationship, identity, safety, dreams, pregnancy loss.

 New life role: new parent, partner, newly single, empty-nester, caregiver.

 Substance use/abuse: unhealthy coping

Finding yourself or getting back to your authentic self

Relational/Family change

Relational/Family change

Relational/Family change

Relationship: Pre-marital challenges, communication, sexuality & intimacy, conflict, infidelity, struggles with dating, co-dependence

 Family: Family conflict, divorce/separation, blended, adoptive, parenthood & parenting

Environmental change

Relational/Family change

Environmental change

Professional/school shifts: successes and disappointments

Cultural: cross-cultural communication & acculturation challenges.

 Relocation: stress, loss, sadness, loneliness 

Collective trauma: COVID-19 pandemic

Developmental change

Health & Emotional wellness change

Environmental change

 Transitional tween/teen issues: anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger, self-image, identity, pressure, loss, school struggles, bullying

 LGBTQ coming out/transitioning issues 

Health & Emotional wellness change

Health & Emotional wellness change

Health & Emotional wellness change

 Emotional distress (anxiety, depression, trauma), a diagnosis, stress & burnout, self-esteem, body image, physical illness, chronic pain, injury or loss of physical functioning, peri/menopause transition 

Our early experiences and inner qualities shape who we are and how we deal with stressful changes/transitions in life. When we experience changes in ourselves, our relationships or in our environment, this can make us feel lost, stuck or stressed. If you are open to it, there is the potential for you to shift to an empowered way of living, a new path, or a new direction.

Who I work with:

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Tween & Teen counselling

Tween & Teen counselling

Tween & Teen counselling

The tween (10-12) and teen years (13- 19) can bring confusion, self-doubt, anxiety, stress and social challenges. But also growth and opportunity. Helping this age group build their resilience is key. I also understand it is absolutely necessary to meet them where they are, be approachable and appreciate their interests, concerns and strengths. 


I believe parents need to understand the process and challenges to establish a trusting relationship and provide the best support to their child. Confidentiality is important to this age group so during the process, the parent(s) can be brought into some sessions but only with the permission of the client.  



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Adult counselling

Tween & Teen counselling

Tween & Teen counselling

I work with adults of all ages. Individual counselling gives you the time and space to decide what you want to work on. I work with individuals experiencing a range of issues but my focus tends to be on tough transitional life situations and the stuff that comes up as a result.


 The process can help you understand the experience, your feelings and losses. It can help you see how your experience is changing your relationships. It can help you access and build upon your strengths, gain acceptance and ways of coping and discover a new sense of self.  


 I work with both men and women but I have a special interest and experience in working on women's issues. 

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Couples counselling

Tween & Teen counselling

Couples counselling

No doubt about it- relationships are hard work. There can be miscommunication, complacency, resentment, anger, recurring conflict, feelings of disconnect, or infidelity- just to name a few. 


Counselling may focus on the premarital stage or involve addressing communication issues or learning to make different choices to deal with stress. It may include exploring and shifting deeper, weightier issues that have become fossilized. Together we will decide what is needed and the best way forward. 


Counselling begins with both partners but during the process, it may be necessary to meet with each partner individually at times. Working with couples is done in-person.