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Some issues I work with, but am not limited to are:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety and Stress

  • Panic disorders

  • Eating disorders

  • Body image

  • Difficult relationships (eg. Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, etc).  

  • Low self-esteem

  • Trauma,

  • Sexual abuse

  • Life transition (relocation, redundancy, parenthood, mid-life crisis, menopause/aging)

  • Loss and grief

  • Compulsive behavior

  • Creative block

  • Addictions and Addictive Personality 


Creative Therapy

Considering psychotherapy may be appropriate when we reach a place in our lives that may feel daunting, frightening, or simply unfamiliar to us. We may find ourselves having to make decisions that feel intimidating, confusing, or impossible. We might feel conflicted, isolated, anxious or filled with contradictions. We may feel trapped in unhealthy but familiar patterns, whether in the relationships we choose, or the situations we create. 

There are many reasons why we might want to think about starting psychotherapy.

My focus is to provide a safe and confidential environment at all times where trust can develop by means of a non-judgmental, empathetic and supportive relationship. It is my belief that effective therapy develops from this kind of engagement, particularly since we define and learn about ourselves through the evolution of our relationships. 

With an emphasis on dialoguing in the present, I believe that being heard and understood, accepted and valued is the building foundation of the therapy. The therapeutic relationship is therefore a collaborative process based on trust and respect. 

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