Personal Counselling

When to see a therapist

I specialize in supporting professionals, lawyers, and law students who are experiencing anxiety, depression, or relationship conflicts. Clients come to therapy to relieve worry, overwhelm, uncertainty, anxiety, low mood, burn out, or depression. Contributing factors may include workplace pressures, interpersonal conflicts, breakdown of romantic relationships, equity issues (accessibility, racism, sexism, homophobia, harassment, violence), family conflicts, health issues, death of a loved one, body image/disordered eating, or the legacy of childhood trauma. 

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Facilitated Conversations

Let’s talk about mental health

I'm hired by organizations and law firms to meet with employee groups to facilitate discussions about mental health and wellness. Foundations of trust and safety are prioritized. Connection between participants are cultivated. Strategies to optimize well-being are introduced. With consent, I provide anonymized feedback on concerns identified by participants so that organizations can best support and retain their talent.  

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Experiential Mindfulness

Learn strategies to calm your mind

I find joy in leading experiential workshops in mindfulness. I introduce newbies to the basics in an enjoyable, accessible, and light-hearted way. Those with previous mindfulness experience benefit by honing their practice with my skilled facilitation of guided mindfulness practices and  meditations.

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