Individual Therapy (Ages 16+)
Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Life Transitions, Separation and Divorce, Self-Compassion, Mindfulness
She has a Master of Arts Counselling Psychology degree.
Her experience in emergency services through the Ontario Provincial Police, as well as university admissions advising led her to continue to pursue a deeper connection to the mental health profession through the counselling field.
Using a person-centered approach to therapy while building rapport, Lindsay strives to provide an inclusive, safe, and inviting space for clients to enter. Her goal is to encourage and support clients as they navigate through their unique healing journey, and to draw upon their strengths, through self-compassion and awareness.
Fascinated by the power of healing through connection, Lindsay believes in the ability of people to transform when they feel truly heard and understood. She is passionate about working with clients who are navigating difficult life transitions, depression, separation/divorce, and interpersonal conflict. Lindsay operates from a trauma-informed approach, integrating CBT and CPT techniques into her sessions. Her goal is to continue to increase her training in trauma response methods to better facilitate healing through complex trauma.
The first step to reach out and seek counselling can be a challenge. The anxiety and uncertainty can feel overwhelming. Lindsay’s aim is to walk alongside and be a genuine listening ear, through collaboration, understanding and sensitivity.