My Approach
I practice an integrated approach to counselling. The foundation of my practice is feminist psychology and narrative therapy with an anti-oppressive framework. I also incorporate person-centered approaches and mindfulness based interventions to round out my practice.

What this all means is that counselling sessions with me are a collaborative process. We will take the time to listen to what is occupying your heart and mind. Together we will make meaning of what arises or challenge existing stories that may be holding you back from living the life you truly want. We may sit in silence or practice meditation or movement strategies to invite the body and/or emotions into the conversation.
Here's a sample of areas I have experience and expertise in:
  • pre-teens, teens, university students
  • learning differences and neurodiversity
  • mood and anxiety disorders
  • intergenerational conflict and acculturation issues
  • mindful movement and trauma informed yoga
  • identity formation and personal politics

  • eating disorders
  • non suicidal self injury
  • sexual violence
  • loneliness
  • values and goals setting
  • academic distress


*Payment is accepted by e-transfer

Individual Counselling

$130 x 50 min

Collaborative Consultation for Counsellors

$130 x 50 min

Group Therapy & Workshops

fees will vary

Extended Health:
Some employers or academic institutions offer insurance plans that provide coverage for counselling sessions with a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC). If you are unsure about your eligibility, please contact your insurance provider.


Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all sessions are offered online (video) or by phone until further notice.

Cancellation Policy

I require 24 hours notice for cancellations. Please note that you will be subject to the full session fee for cancellations made within 24 hours, or for missed appointments.

Collaborative Consultation for Counsellors

I support new counsellors and school counsellors in navigating their identity as professionals, maintaining ethical boundaries and externalizing the moral distress that may arise work. My priorities in collaborative consultation are to challenge what we think we know about the practice of counselling and our roles within that structure. The biggest influences on my approach towards clinical consultation is a feminist perspective, critical pedagogy, and mindfulness. Based on these schools of thought, here are a few assumptions I’ll be making about what good consultation requires: