125 Somerset Street West, Suite 201, Ottawa, ON, K2P0H7


Psychological assessment and psychotherapy for adults

Problem areas include:

  • Depression
  • Excessive Worry
  • Self-Esteem Difficulties
  • Interpersonal conflict, distress and adjustment
  • Identity and Personality Issues
  • Trauma, grief and bereavement
  • Workplace harassment and burnout
  • Childhood abuse and neglect
  • Issues related to the transition into adulthood
  • Issues related to living as a member of the LGBTQ+ community
  • Issues related to adjustment to divorce, co-parenting and stepfamily life
  • Motherhood-related challenges
  • Relationship difficulties

Psychological counselling for mental health professionals to bolster personal/professional resilience:

  • Individual counselling
  • Online workshops (in development)

Professional Supervision:

  • Clinical psychologists completing their supervised practice
  • Regulated mental health professionals in autonomous practice

Professional consultation for mental health professionals:

  • Individual consultation about professional practice, including challenging cases, ethical dilemmas and ongoing professional development as a clinician

Professional consultation for clinical supervisors:

  • Individual consultation focused on clinical supervision skills development, management of challenging clinical supervision situations, and implementing best practices based on growing evidence base
  • Online groups (in development)

Professional workshops offered upon request (inquiries always welcome):

For a general audience:

  • The importance of building good life hygiene and how to adjust to working from home in a post-pandemic world
  • The science behind self-care and how to develop your own strategies
  • Building personal and professional resilience to manage stress
  • Understanding what differentiates mental health resources and how to identify the right resource for your own wellness needs
  • Meaning in your life: how to understand how values shape our decisions and priorities

For mental health professionals and clinical supervisors:

  • Promoting wellness and professional resilience within your practice
  • Implementing a SMART competency-based approach within your clinical supervision practice
  • Conceptual models of clinical supervision: how to integrate them into your own approach
  • Ethical and professional considerations in clinical supervision and consultation
  • Managing difficult situations in clinical supervision: performance and interpersonal challenges