Where are you located?
My office locations are:
Virtual waiting room for expert coaching anywhere in the world and for psychotherapy online in Ontario, Canada.
Are your online sessions secure?
When do you see clients?
I work Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Group therapy is typically in the evenings starting at 6:30.
Some weekend appointments are available, though these times typically fill up quickly.
Why do you do this work?
How do I set up an appointment?
Do you work with men, women, couples, groups?
Is group therapy effective?
What method do use?
I do not take a cookie-cutter approach. I match the most effective method to your particular temperament, situation, and personality.
My methods include somatic approaches as well as specific interventions like EFT, Gestalt work, mindfulness, and others, as necessary.
Your questions about how we are working as we progress are always welcome! Part of the joy of therapy for me is being responsive and dynamic to each unique client, couple, or group.
What is your professional training?
I am a licensed Psychotherapist in the Province of Ontario, Canada. I am trained in Somatic Experiencing (Advanced level), addiction recovery including Sex and Love Addiction, Clinical EFT, and ISP. I hold a Master of Divinity from the University of Toronto.
I provide online trauma-informed recovery coaching to English-speaking clients anywhere in the world.
Do you work with LGBTQ+ clients?
How can I make therapy cheaper?
Throughout our work together, we will design practical experiments to implement between sessions. By following through with these experiments, your healing will be more in-depth, faster, and sustainable!
If you are with me one session per week, you are with yourself in your world for the other 167 hours. We use this to your advantage. The purpose of our experiments is to gather new information and continuously set our course responsively.
Will you browbeat me with the Bible? God? Religion? New Age self help?
What’s your favorite colour?
Are you in Recovery?
What if we aren’t a fit?
What is your office like?
Who is your favorite therapist?
Hmmm… that’s a hard one; I’ve loved so many of my teachers! And I glean from them their best teachings and see them as being ‘a governing table’ informing my work every day.
So, I guess I don’t have a favorite… well, not yet anyway!