My belief that everyone undergoes life challenges and deserves to heal and grow, and my desire is to help my clients reach their potential are key drivers in my career aspirations.
I have experience working with clients struggling with anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, life transitions, and bereavement. In my work with the military for the last 4 years, I have supported various families with different life challenges, issues in relationships, life transitions, trauma, and PTSD.
I work from a person-centred, trauma-informed perspective, and draw on different modalities such as narrative therapy and motivational interviewing to tailor the care I offer to best address my clients’ needs. I also have a keen interest in positive psychology and strength-based approaches. I believe that clients are experts of their own lives and we work collaboratively in the process of healing.
Being culturally responsive and socially just is essential to me, and my goal is to prioritize humility and curiosity with my clients in order to make the counselling space a safe and inclusive one.
I am bilingual (English, French) and have a Masters of Counselling with Athabasca University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Ottawa. I am registered with the CRPO as a qualifying member (#11768).