About me

My skills, diverse clinical and life experience, patience and adaptable approach allow for the flexibility to address the unique needs and perspectives of each individual and couple I support. I offer unbiased, compassionate guidance to foster growth, confidence and positive outcomes.

My clinical experience includes the following areas:

In addition to my private practice, I have supported clients at SickKids Hospital, Youthdale Treatment Centre (Secure Treatment Unit), Emily's House and at women's shelters in Toronto. I embrace the interprofessional practice model, which recognizes the importance of everyone who is involved in the circle of care. I have worked with physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers to enhance and manage client wellbeing.

My work is informed by a psychodynamic, humanistic, strength-based and existentialist approach*. I routinely incorporate Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Internal Family Systems, Art Therapy and several other modalities as appropriate. I have completed Level 1 and Level 2 of the Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use this evidence-based framework in my assessment and therapeutic approach.

I am a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, (#004791) and I adhere to their policies, code of ethics and quality assurance program. I am also a professional member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association. I have a Master's-level Graduate Diploma in Art Therapy from the Toronto Art Therapy Institute, and a Bachelor of Arts in Ethics, Society and Law from the University of Toronto. I also have three years of OCAD studies. I continue my professional development through courses, workshops and readings. I have lived in Toronto most of my life and raised two sons with love, humour and deep respect.


torontoarttherapy@outlook.com or therapyforcouples@outlook.com

*A psychodynamic approach considers entrenched thoughts and feelings that often take root in childhood and continue to influence behaviour well into adulthood. Exploration can produce new insights and awareness – the building blocks to making powerful change in perceptions, intention, behaviour and life direction. Humanistic psychotherapy recognizes and values each individual's unique qualities and inherent strengths. These qualities can be revealed, developed, utilized and celebrated. Existential psychotherapy acknowledges that feelings of stress and sorrow are a natural part of living in a complex and challenging world. Honouring, rather than suppressing these feelings can allow a positive, creative shift towards finding personal meaning and purpose.