Individual Therapy (18+)
Anxiety, Relationship, Life Transition, Grief, Separation and Divorce, Self-Compassion, Burn-Out, Operational Stress
French and English
Elizabeth has a Master of Counselling from the University of Calgary. Her experience in the Canadian Forces is what led her to pursue a career in psychotherapy. She understands how hard it can be to acknowledge our own mental health limits and we need help, and that it is often even harder to ask for it. She strives to create a safe and supportive environment, free of judgments or bias, where clients can engage in self-reflection and receive the support they need.
Using an integrated and collaborative approach, she works with clients to identify their needs, determine therapeutic goals, and build on their existing strengths to help them overcome life’s challenges. She practises from a trauma-informed lens, and draws on various theories such as Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and Positive Psychology.
She specifically enjoys helping individuals and couples to adapt to major life changes, such as death of a loved one, end of a relationship, job transition as well as new addition in the family.