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Practicing from a client centred orientation, I use a number of different evidence based techniques in my approach. I believe each individual is ultimately the expert on themselves and therefore focus on collaboration through this process. This flexible approach enables me to customize the counselling experience to each individual's needs and goals.  No single theory works for everyone.

Read through the list below for a range of mental health and life challenges I can help with.


Target excess feelings of worry, fear and nervousness. Take charge of your thinking to feel calm and in control by developing appropriate skills and tools to overcome these persistent thoughts.


Examine dynamics and changes in your relationships. Learn about healthy boundaries, effective communication, how to minimize conflict and revitalize emotional connection.

Self-harming Behaviors

Learn about urges and triggers. Gain control of overwhelming emotions or feelings of numbness or emptiness.


Examine views of self-worth. Develop skills to identify strengths and values, and learn to express and assert yourself.

Perfectionist Tendencies

Explore personal standards, expectations and critical self-evaluations. Learn to make mistakes, while striving for and achieving goals.


Improve low mood, energy, motivation, and interest. Regain hope for the future, and a sense of meaning in life.

Stress Management

Explore contributing factors such as school/work, relationships, and family. Develop self-care strategies to find balance.

Anger Management

Help recognize triggers/catalysts for anger.  Learn specific skills to help manage these triggers effectively.

Life Transitions

Changes in life, whether major or minor, can create a lot of uncertainty. Discover strengths and resources to overcome new challenges.


Discuss ways to cope and learn to recognize risk factors for relapse and develop tools for coping with stressful situations.  Help recognize problematic behaviors and guide into recovery. Empower to take action and change behaviors.

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