Since completing a master of science in developmental psychology (psychoeducation) at the Université de Montréal, I’ve worked with clients dealing with various mental health difficulties including: anxiety, depression and addictions, but also experiencing challenging life transitions. Now that I’ve transitioned my counseling practice entirely online, most of my clients are people living abroad or commonly referred to as ‘’expats’’. Through online counseling, my goal is to provide accessible, high-quality mental health care.
Quickly after beginning my counseling practice, my personal experience of managing my own anxiety with a consistent running routine and through the development of mindfulness-based skills have inspired my professional practice. My approach is centered around a global and realistic approach to wellness and mental health.
At the moment, in addition to my private practice, I’m also passionate about promoting mental health awareness and strategies to adopt/maintain healthy habits through my articles for HappyFitness, a Montreal-based start-up, and the Facebook community I’ve founded Expats Psych Resources.
Consult my LinkedIn page for more information about my training and experience.
Interested in online counseling or simply getting in touch to learn more?