I have been in the counselling field for seventeen years. Two of those years were in the United Kingdom working with families, youth, and children (and travelling Europe!). After moving back to Canada, I spent fifteen years in Peterborough providing counselling, facilitating groups and offering training to the community. During this season, I became a mom, a stepmom and had the unique experience of being a gestational carrier (surrogate) as well. A move to Simcoe County in 2020 brought more exciting changes for my family, which is how I found Mainstream Therapy. I also have a Bachelor of Religious Education.
I offer counselling for adults (individuals, couples or families). My practice is mostly centred around women experiencing grief, loss, life changes, body image work, infertility, navigating relationships / parenting, and setting boundaries. My counselling practice offers a safe space to work on personal wellbeing goals with practical tools that can be used both in and out of sessions. Thank you for taking the time to be here. I wish you well.
Fun Fact: I write poetry ‘for fun’ and have a goal to publish a book one day!