Registered Psychotherapist (RP), Registered Canadian Art Therapist (RCAT), & Workshop Facilitator
Welcome! If you have landed here, you may be seeking support for yourself, your child, a family member, or a friend, and I thank you for your courage and openness. I invite you to explore, and connect for any inquiries you may have.
Allow me to remind you that you should feel empowered in finding the right person to join you on your journey. As a therapist, this is a role that I treasure, and am truly honoured to fill when it is offered. If something resonates with you in your visit here, I would be happy to connect with you in person and begin your work, together.
My Approach & Qualifications
Individual psychotherapy and art therapy with children, youth, and adults, and group therapy/workshops.
I am a registered psychotherapist (RP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, as well as a Registered Canadian Art Therapist (RCAT) with the Canadian Art Therapy Association.
College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario
Canadian Art Therapy Association
I work with children, youth, and adults one-on-one in my private practice in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, as people bring their worries, struggles, hurts, and wonderings into the quiet of the therapy space. It is here that we explore what may be overwhelming, scary, and vulnerable to go through alone, so we explore it together. As a therapist, I work in a client-centred way. This means that I meet each client exactly where they are in their path, honouring the goals that they bring, the strengths that they display, and the pace that they are comfortable working at.
Each session is catered to the unique needs of each individual, which may include a focus on the traditional talk therapy format, or sometimes words aren't enough, and we lean more towards the expression of the self through the use of art. For more information on my approach in working with children, adolescents and adults, explore the "Therapy" tab above.
I also have the pleasure of offering workshops and groups in the community, as we have so much to learn from one another, and there is immeasurable power in connecting with others who share our struggle.