Hi, I’m Elizabeth, and my journey into psychotherapy began with a Master of Counselling from the University of Calgary, inspired by my experiences in the Canadian Forces. I know firsthand how tough it can be to recognize our own mental health limits and even tougher to ask for help. That understanding is the foundation of the safe and judgment-free space I strive to create for my clients.
My approach is all about collaboration and integration. I work closely with clients to identify their needs, set therapeutic goals, and leverage their existing strengths to overcome life’s challenges. Operating from a trauma-informed lens, I blend various theories, including Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and Positive Psychology.
I find immense satisfaction in helping individuals and couples navigate significant life changes—whether it’s coping with the loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a job transition, or the exciting addition of a new family member. In our work together, we engage in self-reflection and create a supportive environment where you can comfortably seek the help you need.
I get it—asking for help isn’t easy. But with a collaborative and integrated approach, we can navigate life’s challenges together. Let’s build on your strengths and work towards your goals.