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Either call me at 416-358-5102 or fill out the contact form below and I will get back to you within 48-72 hours to determine next steps. As a gentle reminder, when leaving me a voicemail or sending me an email, please indicate the best times I can reach you and whether a detailed message can be left at the number you provide.

    All sessions are currently delivered virtually, through a secure platform, and via telephone.
    At the moment, I have no plans to return to in-person therapy.

    ``Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” – Arundhati Roy

    ``Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” – Arundhati Roy

    Parts of my childhood was spent between Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal and Tkaronto/Toronto on Turtle Island. I have the fondest memories of bicycling and hiking through the vastness of the outdoors- not a moment past by without noticing the striking beauty of this backdrop which gifted me a deeper connection to my higher self. My psychotherapy practice supports clients who reside on traditional indigenous territories across the province of Ontario, primarily Tkaronto- the traditional and ancestral land and territory of the Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee people, the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, Métis, and the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. I recognize them and any other nations who care for the land (whether acknowledged or unacknowledged, recorded or unrecorded), and whose practices and spiritualties are tied to the land. There is a personal responsibility to honour the land on which I have been privileged to live, build a life on, and practice my work. As a woman of colour and descendant of political refugees, I hold importance in understanding and acknowledging our colonial histories, and the relational power that we have with one another on the land that we occupy. I continue to critically explore how my work can promote indigenous sovereignty, decolonization efforts, and liberation. I commit to challenging everyday acts of intersectional oppression through being an ally and using my privilege (and my voice), engaging in self-reflection, critical pedagogy, and utilizing restorative justice practices both in and outside my practice.