Today, if you find yourself walking along one of life’s difficult roads, I want you to know that you don’t have to journey on alone. I believe that when we share our trials and triumphs with a fellow traveller, our surroundings become more familiar, the experience less lonely, and the way ahead more hopeful. If you are looking for someone to travel this path with you, I would be pleased to do so. Together, we will create a safe and supportive space for you to share your story and find your way forward.
An interest in people and their stories initially led me into the field of journalism, where I worked for 5 years. Now, because of that same passion, I am making the transition to counselling. All transitions are difficult, but I am grateful to my mentors at the Glebe and Martin Luther University College for making it possible. Outside of work, I spend my time in relationship with friends and family, as well as in pursuit of activities like dance, hiking and painting.
Areas of Special Interest:
I work with individuals and couples in the areas of anxiety, depression, life transitions and stressors, grief and loss, and relational difficulties and conflicts. I work from a family systems and attachment framework, in a spiritually integrated manner.
• Martin Luther University College, Master of Arts, Theology: Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy (cand.)
• Carleton University, Master of Journalism
• McMaster University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science