I strongly believe that everyone has the ability to create lasting positive change in their lives, and that an important part of counselling is providing a space where you feel safe, understood and accepted.
I’ve had to work on my own struggles with anxiety, depression, self-confidence and relationship issues, which have shaped me as a person and helped me develop a strong sense of compassion as a counsellor. Through my support and guidance, we’ll work together to heal yourself as well as your relationships, gain self-confidence, and discover a greater sense of life purpose.
I can work with you individually or with your partner, integrating approaches, which include mindfulness, the Gottman method, emotionally focused (EFT), cognitive behavioural (CBT) and acceptance commitment therapy (ACT). If you need more information on how counselling works, go to the FAQS page, or call for a free consultation.
*I hold a Master of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology, and a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors.
Acquire tools to deal with anxiety
Build stronger communication skills
Overcome relationship issues
Learn anger management strategies
Develop mental strength (sports/work)
Clarify future goals and solutions