Per Session:60 Minutes: $200 90 Minutes: $300
Monday Evenings, Tuesday Evenings, Wednesday Evenings, Thursday Evenings, Friday Mornings, Friday Afternoons
Edmonton Whyte & Alberta Virtual
Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Alberta
I believe therapy is for everyone. Mental wellness is important for everyone, at any life stage or circumstance.
I’ve experienced the changing narrative around mental health as a young person and a student, and I believe my perspective as a “zillennial” therapist is a unique one. I want therapy to feel comfortable and enjoyable; not prescribed or clinical.
I want to empower you to make changes, build skills, and explore and understand your emotions.
I consider myself an Integrationist therapist, meaning that I am trained in and draw from various modalities of therapy, depending on what best suits you! The first and most important part, in my opinion, is that you and I develop a trust and respect within our therapeutic alliance, so that you feel safe and comfortable, and that I get an idea of what will work for you. I want therapy to be collaborative because you know yourself best.
I have a very calm demeanour and have been told I’m easy to talk to. Despite the subject matter, I like to use my sense of humour and sarcasm to lighten the mood. And hopefully hold you accountable!
I like to explore self-worth and how your experiences, relationships, and perhaps trauma, might be impacting it. Then we’ll work on building you up!
I’ve worked in private practice for 2 years and have held a volunteer position as a crisis line responder for a sexual assault centre for over 5 years.
I am a diehard Calgary Flames fan (problematic, I know), I love getting to see live music, and the river valley here in Edmonton. My dog and I love to explore and take in the colours and sights.
I’m a big fan of space (both outer and personal), and my dog is named after a character from my favourite sci-fi movie, Interstellar. My dog is my partner in crime and best friend; I’d love to hear about your furry or scaly friend(s)!