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My Approach

My therapeutic approach is integrative and individualized. I am skilled in Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Attachment Focused Therapy and Narrative Therapy. I have a strong social justice lens and my practices are embedded in anti-oppressive values.

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Intersectionality is a framework for understanding how people’s overlapping identities, including race, culture, class, gender, sexuality, and more, can shape their experiences. Through the therapeutic work,  I strive to create a compassionate space where clients can explore how different forms of oppression and privilege intersect, impacting  their physical, psychological, socio-cultural, and psychosocial aspects of wellness. 

As a therapist, I recognize how important it is to acknowledge my own privileges and biases. I am committed to ongoing professional development on Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppressive values. I also engage in regular clinical supervision to ensure I am adhering to best practices as I support folks from diverse backgrounds.



My trauma-informed practice acknowledges the presence of trauma and its impact on a person’s life.


I  help clients to explore and process traumatic experiences while honoring their life experiences, their stories, and their personal narratives. This includes connecting people to resources, developing skills and knowledge to cope with strong emotions, and cultivating emotional regulation techniques. My hope is that my clients will have the power to create healthier and more adaptive meaning of their experiences.



Strength-based therapy is grounded in the idea that each individual has unique qualities and abilities that can be tapped into to foster growth and positive change. Rather than focusing exclusively on problems and what needs to be fixed, this approach focuses on embracing what is working and what is possible for the individual. 

In therapy sessions, I work with clients to uncover their inner strengths and motivations, identify their values, set achievable goals, and develop strategies for change. Self-reflection is one of the key components of this process, as we delve into the person's unique inner resources and build upon their existing skills to help them meet their objectives. 


Evidence Informed 

Evidence-informed practice combines current research with a clinician's expertise and knowledge, while taking into account each client's unique needs. It ensures a tailored, personalized approach to treatment, allowing for flexibility if treatments or methods don't work. 

In practice, this looks like engaging clients as active partners in the therapeutic process by fostering open communication and collaboration. I am committed to remain well-informed on the latest research  and regularly check-in with my clients  to gauge our clinical progress.

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Get in Touch

If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email or schedule a free consultation. I look forward to working with you! 

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