Counsellor · Master's (Wilfrid Laurier University, 2014)
Psychotherapy Provider (Counsellor) and Complementary/Alternative Service (Counsellor)
Credentials Verified by PM
Member of Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW)
I offer individual, couple and family therapy for a wide range of issues including; divorce/separation, domestic violence, trauma, grief, co-parenting, substance abuse, school refusal, family conflict, eating disorders and mental health (specifically, anxiety and depression) Life is about the relationships that we forge with others as well as the one we have with ourselves. I have assisted many couples and families in improving their relationships with one another, providing them with the ability to communicate, respect and understand each other better.
I have been practicing as a Counsellor for 8 years. I earned my Masters Degree in Social Work through Wilfrid Laurier University and I am trained in Cognitive Behavior therapy, Emotion-focused therapy, Solution-focused therapy, Mindfulness and Narrative therapy. Certification in Trauma Counselling and Collaborative Problem Solving.
I offer in home client visits to make the process easier for you. As I understand at times it is often difficult to find child care, or it is difficult to leave your home. Or you can visit me at my office in Mississauga or Etobicoke.
Primary Practice Location
Helping to Reconnect Counselling Services
3388 Angel Pass Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L5M 7K5
Phone: (416) 985-0925
Secondary Practice Location
Helping to Reconnect
3232 Liptay Ave
Oakville Ontario L6M 0M7
Phone: (416) 985-0925
Extended office hours: evenings, weekends
Years of Experience
Trauma Counselling Certificate
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