Dealing with life’s challenges isn’t always easy.

However, difficult experiences such as abuse and trauma don’t have to prevent you from enjoying life, creating fulfilling relationships, or achieving your personal and professional goals. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or just ready to change things for the better, having a professional on your side could make all the difference.

In my Guelph practice, I offer compassionate, effective, and confidential therapy for people who have experienced trauma. I can work with you to address your symptoms, improve essential coping skills and resolve the underlying problem so you can continue on with your life. If that sounds like the kind of support you need, contact me.

Finding a therapist who is the right fit for you is important. I offer a free 15 minute phone consultation for any questions you might have. Also, if at the end of our first meeting you decide my services aren't a fit for you, I won't charge you for that appointment.

The world can feel like a better place.

Trauma Counselling

Effective, nonjudgmental therapy for trauma survivors. Many experiences in life are too big for us to overcome on our own. Some of these might be what anyone would recognize as a trauma, like a domestic violence or an assault. Other…

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Dissociation

Support and coping skills that help you feel stable and present. Sometimes the trauma you’ve experienced means it’s difficult to be present in your life. Dissociation can show up in many ways. You may feel divided inside, foggy, or lose…

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Abuse and Neglect

Counselling that helps you reframe your experiences, increase your resilience and change unhealthy patterns and beliefs. Abuse or neglect can create patterns that shape the rest of your life. These include distorted beliefs, shame, negative self-talk, and unhealthy relationships that…

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Helping people to overcome trauma is my passion. Just like our bodies, our minds are designed to heal. I excel at deep therapy work to help my clients feel stable, process their difficult experiences and move forward with their lives.…

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