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Services &

All counselling sessions are currently offered virtually, by video
or telephone call, using secure platforms

Counselling Services

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Individual counselling offers you a space to focus on yourself. A one-on-one session provides the opportunity to explore who you are, where you come from and where you’re headed while exploring your strengths, patterns, and areas of growth in order to become the best version of yourself.

Couple/Relationship counselling offers you a space to focus on the intricacies of your relationship. Focusing on what’s currently happening and how it’s affecting the way you connect with each other. Navigating your communication skills, trust in each other and/or sexual intimacy; we will work together to allow both people in the room feel heard and seen.


Family/Relationship counselling offers you a space to navigate how you relate to others based on your family dynamics and upbringing. This space is for parents and adult children to navigate their current relationship and interactions, and also for non-monogamous relationships where more than two people would like to come in.


Methods of Payment
Credit card or e-transfer
I do not offer direct billing to insurance companies.
Individual Therapy
55 minutes — $150 + GST/HST
85 minutes — $225 + GST/HST
Relationship Therapy
55 minutes — $160 + GST/HST
85 minutes — $240 + GST/HST
Cancellation Policy
24 hours notice is required to cancel or reschedule appointments.

I primarily incorporate these approaches, but draw on others as well

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

How do you handle your emotions, and are you open to exploring them more deeply? Have past experiences affected your ability to connect with your emotions? Are you interested in incorporating body-oriented techniques into therapy? Are you curious about uncovering the connections between your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors?

AEDP is a dynamic therapeutic approach focused on harnessing the transformative power of emotions within a supportive therapeutic relationship. Developed by Dr. Diana Fosha, AEDP integrates elements of attachment theory, emotion theory, and interpersonal neurobiology. It emphasizes accessing and processing emotions in real-time during therapy sessions, aiming to create profound emotional experiences that lead to healing and growth. AEDP encourages clients to explore and understand their emotions, fostering greater self-awareness and resilience. Through the therapeutic relationship and experiential techniques, clients can develop new insights, repair emotional wounds, and cultivate a more secure sense of self.


Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Interested in understanding your inner conflicts? Want to meet the different parts of yourself? Ready to discover your true self beyond the surface? Are you curious about exploring the origins and purposes of your internal parts?

IFS therapy is a dynamic and compassionate approach to healing that views the mind as composed of various parts, each with its own unique qualities and roles. Developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz, IFS identifies and works with these internal parts to promote harmony and balance within the individual. In IFS therapy, clients learn to identify and understand their internal parts, such as their inner child, manager, and firefighter. Through guided exploration and dialogue, clients develop a deeper understanding of the origins and purposes of these parts, allowing them to cultivate self-compassion, heal past wounds, and integrate conflicting aspects of themselves. By fostering self-awareness and facilitating internal cooperation, IFS empowers individuals to access their core Self—a state of calm, compassion, and clarity—leading to profound personal growth and transformation.

Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)

Ready to deepen your connection with your partner? Want to transform conflict into closeness? Interested in learning tools to navigate challenges and strengthen intimacy?

EFT for couples is a highly effective approach to relationship counselling that focuses on creating and strengthening emotional bonds between partners. Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson, EFT helps couples identify and understand the negative patterns of interaction that lead to disconnection and conflict. Through a structured and compassionate process, couples learn to express their emotions and needs more openly and empathetically, fostering greater understanding and intimacy. EFT aims to create a safe and supportive environment where partners can explore their emotions, heal past wounds, and rebuild trust. By promoting secure attachment and emotional responsiveness, EFT helps couples cultivate deeper connection, resilience, and satisfaction in their relationship.

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