I offer counselling and guidance for many of the struggles of daily life: depression and anxiety, relationship struggles, building self-confidence and self-awareness, identity shifts, grief and discomfort with change, and sex and sexuality complexities. If you're feeling stuck, confused, or disconnected, reach out, let's chat.
As a queer, cis, woman, I know what it feels like to live a life not designed for you, to live in a world not designed for you. There are many reasons to work with a counsellor while exploring your own sexual, gender, and relational orientations. I also offer couples counselling for all relationship orientations. I'm kink and poly friendly. All orientations, genders, and partnerships welcome.
Trauma lives in the body. It affects our life, even when we are not aware of it. It can have a major impact on our ability to live the life we want. If you're feeling worried about delving into the depths of your trauma, I'm here to make it less scary. With my team of therapy pets we are here to help you find safety in your body again.
Our brains and bodies are intricately connected, and yet that connection is not often nurtured in our daily life. If you're feeling disconnected, burnt out, or are experiencing residual trauma-symptoms, some gentle movement therapy might be really helpful. Ask me about what this might look like for you.
Have a group of folks that want to learn about their body, their sexuality, and how to have great sex? Have questions about healthy sexuality? I can create a workshop suited to your needs!
Understand more about a harm reduction, trauma-informed approach to substance use. As Johann Hari famously shares: "The opposite of addiction is connection." Learn how to approach substance use with curiosity, non-judgement and compassion, so that folks do not feel more alienated or disconnected from community.
Let's deconstruct the ways that patriarchy affects our lives every day, and learn how intersectional feminism can help to change the systems and structures in which we life. Connect all of this with a culture of consent, and we might just change the whole world.
We all need a reminder to take care of ourselves sometimes, but do we ever get those reminders in real, tangible ways? Let's take a look at how counting ourselves in, and seeing ourselves as whole, can help us live more full, authentic lives.
The best ways to offer support can often be from folks who know what you're going through. I can help train peers to be compassionate, caring supports for others who are struggling.
I'm always open to creative collaboration. If you want something a little bit different, or you want to work together, reach out - let's do it!
I try to send letters bi-weekly, to stay in touch and in connection with you. I like to offer articles, knowledge, and music when I can. I love hearing from you as well.