PTSD

Create a Container

Create a Container

If you’re a trauma survivor, first and foremost, I want to commend your strength in embarking on the journey of therapy. It's a courageous step towards healing, and I'm here to support you every step of the way. Starting therapy as a trauma survivor can be...

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Family Gatherings as a Trauma Survivor

Family Gatherings as a Trauma Survivor

Are you a survivor of childhood trauma, had a complicated relationship with parents while growing up, or just find family gatherings very stressful yet still feel inclined to attend? That’s okay. I’ve put together a checklist of ideas to help support you through the...

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Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting

Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting

Although I am a registered clinical counsellor (RCC) in British Columbia and working towards my doctorate in psychology, I support my clients in other ways as well. In addition to the therapy I provide, with a lot of my clients who are parents there’s a certain amount...

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You Don’t Need a Diagnosis

You Don’t Need a Diagnosis

PTSD, complex PTSD, ADHD, autism, anxiety, borderline personality, depression… The list goes on and on. As a counsellor, I don’t need my client to have a diagnosis. If you have one, that’s great, but if you don’t and you’re struggling with various symptoms, that’s...

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Anxiety, the Vagus Nerve, and Your Nervous System

Do you struggle with anxiety and the symptoms that go along with it? Continue reading to learn how anxiety is connected with your nervous system and some strategies to help calm it and your symptoms of anxiety. Many, many years ago during prehistoric times our nervous...

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