For some, psychotherapy is a job. For me, it’s a passion. I consider it an honour to be entrusted with people’s stories and to get to witness transformation in individuals, relationships, and families. I believe that just coming to therapy, for most, is an act of profound courage. I believe therapy goes best when clients understand the process, so I bring honesty and directness to my work. Research shows that the most effective therapists spend more time outside of session time honing their skills. Therefore I’m committed to regular practice in the form of consultation, self-supervision, and skill practice.