My approach to counselling helps clients examine their challenges from a systemic perspective, allowing for guidance in exploring the biological, psychological, social and spiritual areas of their lives. This individualized therapeutic approach helps clients contemplate their issues while identifying their strengths and areas for positive growth.
Educated at York University with an Honours degree in Psychology and at Tyndale University where I earned a Masters of Divinity specializing in Clinical Counselling, I strive to provide a welcoming and nurturing environment for my clients. The goal of my practice is to support people through the multilayered and diverse issues which led them to seek therapy.
I provided services for individuals, couples, and families from diverse backgrounds. I integrate a number of therapy models into my work with clients, including family systems, cognitive and behavioural, psychodynamic, person-centered and solution-focused techniques.
I am a firm believer in donating my time to worthy causes, and have focused on giving back to the Afro-Canadian community. I have advised on workshops, webinars and programs for multiple organizations and currently serve as an Advisory Council Member with Kujenga Family Wellness Project. I am also an associate therapist with Generation Chosen, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the emotional intelligence of youth and young adults in underserved populations.