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My Approach

I believe in providing a safe and welcoming space where individuals of all ages can feel heard, understood, and supported. My approach is primarily based in psychodynamic therapy while also combining existential, attachment theory, humanistic, and evidence-based techniques to help you overcome the challenges you are facing. I specialize in trauma, intimate partner violence, addictions, and life transitions, while additionally offering help for depression, anxiety, stress, and more. My goal is to empower you to make positive changes in your life and reach your full potential. 

I believe there is a strong link between the things we have experienced and the issues and difficulties we have in our current day life. From this I place a stronger focus on the unconscious and patterned thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that appear in present-day life. I use this theory to guide my practice, which means we will work together to explore your past with your current-day self. 

I also believe that you are the master of your own life -  you know your story and what may work and may not work better than anyone else. Working together we will tackle self-determination, self potential, and free will when it comes to creating and maintaining change in your life. 

My leading force in therapy is the deep belief that all individuals are worthy of having their stories heard and held with care. This means, I will meet you where you are and from there we can outline goals to reach where you want to go in your mental health. Don't worry - we can figure these goals out together, you showing up for yourself is the most important step!

I am dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and improve your mental health and wellbeing. I am here to listen, support, and guide you every step of the way. Contact me today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about my services.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

"Therapy is a process of becoming more and more what one is, rather than becoming something else"
-Carl Rogers

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