I hold a 4-Year (BA) Psychology and Master of Counselling Psychology degree. I bring therapeutic experience with diverse client populations across various settings; school, clinical, structured, and community/non-profit organization. My approach to therapy is person-centered, systemic, trauma-informed, culturally sensitive, supportive of diversity and inclusion, harm-reduction, and holistic.
Using an evidence-based and integrated therapeutic approach, I provide services to children, adolescents, adults, and families from various strides of life. The diversity of clients has bred my understanding of the importance of identity intersections in the understanding of
individual unique experiences.
I support clients with many clinical issues including but not limited to trauma, anxiety, depression, interpersonal and behavioral difficulties, loss, and grief. In addition, I support overcoming systemic barriers and issues, such as gender-based, intimate-partner and family violence etc.
Aside from my ethical and professional responsibilities, my goal is to build rapport with my client for therapeutic gains. I particularly believe that we tend to exaggerate our problems and minimize our efforts to progress. I believe in identifying and celebrating progress no
matter how small it is perceived.
For one, realizing and acknowledging the need for therapy is progress. I celebrate you!
“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.