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Individual Therapy

The primary goal of individual therapy is to increase understanding of one's thoughts and behavior patterns to help increase function and well-being. In therapy, people can learn how to effectively manage stress, interpersonal difficulties, and troubling situations.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps people learn how to identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment for many mental health conditions. In DBT, you learn to manage intense emotions, cope with distress, and cultivate healthy relationships.

Proficient in treating

Anger                             Anxiety                                        Depression

Career Guidance             Coping Skills                                Divorce

Eating Disorder                Emotional Disturbance                   Family Conflict

Men's Issues                    Peer Relationship                          Relationship Issues

Self Esteem                      Self harming                                Stress

Impulse Control Disorder    Personality Disorder                     Mood Disorder

Panic Attacks                    Phobias

Couple / Marriage / Relationship counselling

Research has show that people who are in a healthy relationship live longer, healthier lives than those that are in an unhealthy relationship. Being in an unhealthy relationship can increase your chance of getting sick by 35 percent and even shorten your life by four to eight years. 

Some commons signs of unhealth relationships are:

  • Frequent conflict and arguments

  • Poor communication

  • Emotionally distanced couples on the verge of separation

  • Specific problems such as sexual difficulties, infidelity, money, and parenting

My approach uses the Gottman Method Couple Therapy to address the underlying issues in the unhealthy relationship such as conflict management, negative conflict patterns, and past hurts. Couples are taught to skills to improve intimacy and closeness, communication, and enhanced emotional connections.

Too often, a good relationship is taken for granted rather than given the nurturing and respect it deserves and desperately needed. 

My Approach

The lotus flower logo represents our ability to come from a place of distress to a position of fulfilment. The lotus, similarly, has roots that start in the muddy earth and rise up through the water to the light of the sun. This signifies that we too can rise up from any difficulties and reconnect to ourselves and to the world around us. The characteristic of the lotus transforming into a beautiful flower is a perfect analogy of human nature to triumph over adversities and represents our Courage To Overcome.

My approach is multidimensional and integrates techniques from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and other modalities for anxiety, depression, career planning, phobias, stress, physical or psychosomatic disorders, behavioural problems, marital and couples’ relationship issues.


Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery.  Beginning therapy can be a big step towards being the healthiest version of yourself and living the best life possible—no matter what challenges you may be facing. Through therapy, you can change self-destructive behaviours and habits, resolve painful feelings, improve your relationships, and much more. Whether requiring individual, group, or couples therapy, your relationship with the therapist is always confidential and focuses not only on the content of what is discussed but also on the personalized treatment plan.


On the whole, you can expect your therapist will be someone who supports you, listens attentively, models a healthy and positive relationship experience, gives you appropriate feedback, and follows ethical guidelines. Good therapy should be tailored to you and your experiences.

My Approach
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