Client Population and Approaches

Client Populations

Every client, couple, family or group is unique. In order for you to find the best therapist-client fit for you, below is a list of client issues and communities that I have experience and training working with.

Youth and Children (some examples; bullying, school refusal, divorce)

LGBTTQQIAP Folx

BIPOC Folx

People experiencing Housing Instability / Homelessness

Relationship issues

Stress

Traumatic Grief/ Long-term Bereavement

Substance Use Issues

PTSD/ C-PSTD

Childhood Abuse / Domestic Violence / Other Trauma Survivors

Mood Disorders (Anxiety / Depression)

Family Conflict, Divorce, and Caregiver Stress

Eating Disorders

Life Transitions (some examples; going to University, marriage, job changes, family dynamic changes, break-ups)

Treatment Interventions

As a Clinical Traumatologist, my practice is both trauma-informed and trauma-focused. I acknowledge and build support with an understanding that trauma may be present; either in your own life, in your immediate past or in previous generations of your family. Below are other methods I have training and experience utilizing:

Bereavement Support

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)

Internal Family Systems Therapy

Mindfulness Practices

Motivational Interviewing

Person-centered Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Structural Family Therapy

Solution Focused Therapy

Eclectic or Holistic Approach- this means I will take elements from the interventions listed above to create a plan that works the best for you specifically.