mindfulness for life

mindfulness for life


mindfulness for life

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

M.A. Counselling Psychology Candidate

accepting new clients

‘Imperfection is not our personal problem- it is a natural part of existing’ -Tara Brach

In a society where certain kinds of perfection are celebrated and imperfections are not tolerated, we experience shame, self-blame, isolation, hopelessness, and ultimately a toxic relationship with ourselves. Breaking free from these patterns is not a journey you must go through alone. I aim to help people embrace the whole of life – including imperfections – through radical self-acceptance and self-compassion.

I am inspired by your willingness to explore and change. It can be vulnerable to share your thoughts, feelings and emotions, but I will work to help you feel safe, respected and understood. Through a non-judgmental approach, I will gently help you grow your relationship with yourself and feel empowered by your personal challenges.

I have worked extensively with refugees, newcomers, and immigrant populations, along with supporting youth and adults going through various forms of stress including depression, anxiety, life transitions, self esteem challenges and identity exploration. I aim to cultivate an environment where you feel seen, heard, and unconditionally accepted for who you are.

in my spare time you will find me...
going for walks and discovering new coffee shops
a question that guides me is...
what does my body/soul need right now?
therapy with me is...
collaborative and liberating
my friends say that I am...
attentive and a source of comfort

Areas of Practice

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • racial identity
  • self esteem | empowerment
  • life transitions
  • trauma
  • chronic illness and disability
  • burnout | stress
  • relationships
  • obsessive thinking


  • mindfulness-based
  • acceptance and commitment therapy
  • compassion focused
  • somatic
  • trauma informed
  • relational
  • attachment focused
  • CBT | CPT | DBT
  • narrative
  • strengths-based
  • anti-oppressive | culturally sensitive

works with

  • adult individuals
  • BIPOC, Queer, Trans-allied
  • newcomers
  • seniors


  • B.A. Clinical Nursing and Psychology, Ryerson U, 2011
  • M.A. Counselling Psychology, Yorkville U expected graduation 2023


  • online only


  • Psychotherapy |  $100
  • Affordable Rate | $60