Associates can provide in-office or virtual sessions. Some therapists provide a full 60 minutes vs others provide 50 minutes (allowing for 10 minutes of note taking) and this is indicated in each therapist bio.

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Registered Social Worker (Master’s Level)

Focus Areas:

Anxiety/depression, anger management, addiction/substance use, trauma, pre/post-natal anxiety &depression, being stuck/finding myself, codependency, perfectionism, shame, imposter syndrome/not good enough,  life transitions, supporting LGBTQ2S+ individual’s and their families.

Client age range: 18+
Office hours: Tuesday - Friday
  • $200 per hour
  • Payment via e-transfer, debit and credit card
Office location: Airdrie

My own history and healing from personal and intergenerational trauma led me to a career in helping others on their own paths of resilience and post traumatic growth. 

As we move through our life experiences, we develop patterns and ways of being and coping that may no longer serve us. Our past gives us clues to our present and with this understanding we can change our future. 

Do you feel like you don’t know who you are? Do patterns in your relationships and life feel impossible to break? Are you dimming your own light to fit into who you think you should be? 

There is no one size fits all approach to therapy and healing. I work from a holistic approach, taking into account an individual’s entire story. This includes childhood experiences, family systems, relationships, trauma, oppression and the impacts of societal expectations. I have spent years developing my therapist’s toolbox so that I can apply different therapeutic approaches that are individualized to your specific needs.   

You are the expert in your life, and I would take it as an honour to be a part of your healing journey. 

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” 

-Albert Camus