Arts Psychotherapist, Clinical Supervisor, Educator
We are all unique. Our experiences, our influences and the things that matter to us make us who we are and how we are. We are in a challenging time, and things aren't the same as they once were. Sometimes we need help to navigate our brave new worlds, and to discover new parts of us to help us with the now and the future.
I celebrate uniqueness, and offer support through creative therapies and psycho-therapeutic understanding. I am up to a challenge, and am interested to discover how best to serve those whose journey I have the privileged to be a part of. Together, we can make change.
Due to the CoVid19 Epidemic, more sessions are available via Zoom as face-to-face consultations are limited
More About Me
Arts Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Educator
Helping people since 1991, I consider myself an optimist and an advocate of people exploring empowerment, motivation, and momentum as they improve their lives. We all need connection and a sense of ourselves, and my goal is to work together with others to discover inspiration, meaning, and joy, leading to new skills, opportunities, and direction.
I work with all age groups and abilities, including working with people with special needs and specific aspirations.
Counselling & Psychotherapy
Embrace Life’s Challenges
Life throws us many surprises, and sometimes it’s good to have someone who can help you navigate the challenges, especially during those times when things can feel overwhelming. Counselling & Psychotherapy can help us improve performance, develop strategies, and create a sense of positive living.
Experience and Evolve
Arts Psychotherapy is a mental health profession that uses creative processing to improve and enhance a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being. The processes involved in creative self-expression help people to resolve problems and conflicts, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress and the impacts of trauma, increase self-esteem and self-awareness, and achieve insight.
Education & Consultation
Develop and Explore
Brains love creativity. They get better at doing things because of it. Mental health education and consultation can be interesting and informative when delivered creatively. Being involved in creative activities can not only help develop new skills, but can keep brains active, young, and healthy.