You're not feeling like yourself right now. You don't feel good about yourself, your relationship, your work, or your life. You're feeling worried and anxious a lot. You're thoughts are racing and you're struggling to concentrate and manage day to day. You're doubting yourself and feeling disconnected. You know that there's got to be more to life than this and you could use a little help getting there. I can help.
I provide confidential, caring and compassionate counselling/psychotherapy to help you as you deal with challenges you may be experiencing to your psychological, emotional, mental or personal well-being. At this time I work primarily with individuals (adults and seniors) and with groups. I am a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and I have completed a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from the University of Alberta. I bring over 10+ years of professional counselling experience, extensive training in a variety of therapeutic approaches, and I currently practice in Southeast Edmonton.
I am committed to creating and maintaining a calm, supportive and safe environment in which you can
reflect on your situation, life or goals
resolve to make a change or try something different, and
renew your relationship with yourself, your dreams, or with others
Reflect. Resolve. Renew.
The types of issues that I work with in counselling include
· Relationship issues
· Trauma (sexual, physical, as a result of accidents)
· Social Anxiety
· Vocational Issues
· Work or Occupational Stress
· Work/Life Balance
· Issues of Purpose
· Self-Identity and Self-Esteem
· Self Empowerment
· Assertiveness & Boundary Setting
· Partners of Addicts (substance, gambling, internet, sex, etc.)
· Grief, Loss and Bereavement
· Social Skills Development
· Process/Behavioural Addictions (shopping, gambling, internet, sex, etc.)
· Family Issues
· Academic Issues
· Parenting Issues
· Anger …and More.
I believe that people from all cultures, ethnicities, religious and spiritual beliefs, and sexual orientations deserve acceptance and to be treated with basic respect and dignity.