As a counsellor my approach is eclectic but grounded in trauma-informed and client centered care. I believe that the most important part of my work is empowering my clients to better know themselves. Change takes place when we develop an acceptance of who we are, and an understanding of who we want to become.
Your story matters, and I would be honored to hear it. Understanding your unique situation and roadblocks are crucial so that we can create tailored approaches for you to make meaningful improvements in life.
Every client is different, and in the words of the Austrian Psychiatrist Rudolf Dreikurs “I am interested in what makes you tick, not what makes you sick.”
Areas of Practice
Education & Professional Registrations
British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors, Registration #17610
Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology (MCP), Adler University
Bachelor’s Degree, Arts with a Major in Psychology (BA), Kwantlen Polytechnic University
I'm passionate about....
While I spend much of my time in my counselling chair, it is one of the places I feel most passionate. It is a privilege to be able to have deep authentic conversations with clients and an honour to support them in their journeys of self-growth.
When I am not in my office, I try to prioritize as much time as I can to be with my wife and two kids. A hybrid work schedule has allowed more time for spontaneous walks together and a greater capacity to make time for connection over meals and family rituals.
Creativity is a core value of mine, and something I need to fill my own cup. Currently I am my most creative self when I make time to tinker in my garage on my 1965 mustang or small woodworking projects.