You live in a stressful world, and, sometimes, it can feel a little overwhelming.

 

All too often, trying to maintain a high level of exertion in the midst of your busy life leads to exhaustion and burnout, leaving you with a variety of concerning physical and mental health consequences.

On a physical level, you might begin to experience chronic health problems that just don’t seem to go away. On a mental level, you may find that your focus begins to shift from the goals and ambitions you have in life, to just surviving another day.

Soon, you may find yourself lost in a mental haze, feeling chronically sad, anxious and ill, and miles away from the potential that you once thought yourself capable of.

The good news is that it is possible to put an end to this cycle, and online video counselling can help you go all the way…

 

“On the other side of your greatest obstacle is your greatest miracle.”

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I’m a professional mental health counsellor with a passion for global mental health and holistic wellness.

 

I graduated with distinction from the Psychology Specialist program at the University of Toronto with a minor in Buddhism, Psychology, and Mental Health. I also graduated top of my class with a post-graduate diploma in Behavioural Science Technology from St. Lawrence College, and I hold a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University in Canada.

In 2014, I received specialized training in the Swedish Alnarp model of Nature-Based Mindfulness Therapy from psychologists at the University of Copenhagen. I have also worked as a mental health counsellor at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, taught mindfulness meditation to inmates through Correctional Service Canada, and provided emotional health awareness training to vulnerable women in Tanzania. Currently, I offer online video counselling for individuals both locally and internationally.

As a professional member in good standing of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), I hold designation as a ‘Canadian Certified Counsellor’ (C.C.C.).

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I’m delighted to accompany you towards living the life you have always imagined.

 

Together, we can transform you into a wiser and more insightful individual who responds to challenges as someone who you admire might. Ultimately, the process is about developing YOU, helping you become the very best version of yourself.

 


Online Video Counselling


 

Sometimes, we just need to talk.

Through video counselling sessions, you’ll be given the space to do this in a non-judgmental and confidential virtual environment from the comfort of your home.

We’ll explore your inner dialogue, emotions, belief systems and coping responses and how these may be holding you back. Mindfulness will play a role in our sessions as you raise awareness of limiting patterns and transform your relationship to them. You will become empowered with a sense of freedom to live presently, with a greater sense of connectivity and authenticity in your life.

Overall, my counselling style is warm and values-driven, allowing you to take more control in designing the course of your life, and encouraging commitment to long-lasting change.

 

“Whatever’s on your mind deserves attention.”

 

To learn more, click here.

 


Mindfulness Training


 

While talking about things can be immensely beneficial, sometimes what we really need is to disengage from our mental chatter, disconnect from technology, and step into the present moment surrounded by a group of like-minded people. The act of consciously coming back to our present experiences over and over again forms the basis of mindfulness training.

Those who live mindfully often find that they experience greater attunement in their day-to-day lives, enjoying more of what life has to offer, while spending less time stuck in their heads. The practice has been documented to benefit those struggling with chronic pain, anxiety, and depression, among other physical and mental health conditions.

 

To learn more, click here.

 

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