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My therapeutic orientation is integrative, combining elements of Emotion-Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy. The specific emphasis is tailored to individual client needs.


The primary service I provide is psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is a process whereby a therapeutic relationship is established between the psychologist and client in an effort to help the client overcome their difficulties.

Problem areas include:



Grief and Bereavement

Excessive Worry

Self-Esteem Difficulties

Identity and Personality Issues

Chronic Illness Management

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Childhood Abuse


I also conduct psychological assessments. Assessment is a systematic process of information gathering for a specific purpose. Common reasons for assessments include specifying or clarifying a diagnosis, clarifying personality functioning, and determining psychological impairments or injuries stemming from particular events such as a workplace injury or a motor vehicle accident.

Assessments involve clinical interviews and psychological measures. Depending on the purpose, they may also involve file reviews (educational, medical) and discussions with family members. 

Please note that I do conduct assessments and treatments for mva-related difficulties through SABS.


In Ontario, psychological services are not covered under the provincial health plan. Most extended health insurance plans cover some psychological care. Further, expenses not covered by extended health care plans are tax deductible as health care expenses.

My rates are comparable to those of other psychologists and are in accordance with Ontario Psychological Association guidelines.

Under some circumstances, reduced rates may be available.

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