A picture of a chalk board with the word virtual written on it.

Virtual Therapy

Virtual therapy to residents of Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, and Newfoundland & Labrador.

Why Virtual?

Throughout my experience, I have found that virtual therapy has many benefits over traditional in-person therapy.

Queer people in rural towns in Canada often lack access to queer competent therapists. Virtual therapy allows folks living in small towns to find a queer therapist from anywhere in Canada.

Even folks in large cities in Canada can benefit from the increased anonymity that virtual therapy provides. Our community is small and it can be difficult to maintain a social life when you're worried about running into your therapist. Virtual therapy allows you to have a therapist from a different city so you can live your life and not worry about bumping into your therapist at social events.


Good therapy is more than just listening and validating what you're experiencing. It should also help you change yourself or your situation. While I tailor therapy sessions to you and your unique situation, there are some central components in all sessions:

Early sessions

Early sessions focus on building relationship and connection. There is an emphasis on goal setting to ensure we work on what brought you to therapy in the first place! 

middle sessions

Middle sessions focus on exploring your concerns and how you've addressed these in the past. We'll work on increasing awareness, changing behaviours, and building new skills which will help you make changes in your life.

final sessions

Good therapy shouldn't just end when you've achieved your goals; it should include sessions on how to maintain the changes you've worked so hard on in therapy. That is why we'll spend final sessions strengthening your hard work.

Psychotherapy is available to adults for substance use, anxiety, depression, life transitions, queer identity, relationships, and many other concerns.

Registered Social Worker (RSW) with:
BC College of Social Workers (#10934),
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (#848610),
Alberta College of Social Workers (#18005) and
Newfoundland & Labrador College of Social Workers (electronic social work approval).