Registered Psychotherapists (RPs) are certified by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO), which governs practitioners to ensure that they work ethically, continue their professional development, and maintain top standards of practice that always keeps your mental health and wellness top priorities.
RPs are specialized and trained in how people think, feel and behave, how problems can develop in different areas of functioning, and how to facilitate change to reduce distress and improve overall wellbeing. Unlike psychologists, psychotherapists are not able to provide diagnoses for mental health concerns but can treat mental health symptoms. Psychiatrists differ from psychotherapists in that they can diagnose disorders and prescribe medications, which psychotherapists cannot do.

I became an RP after I completed a Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy, which included learning the various theories and modalities of therapy, and conducted more than 1000 therapy hours working with individuals, couples, and families, while attaining more than 200 hours of supervision.

Plans and coverage can vary amongst providers; please check directly with your benefits provider to see if they cover services by Registered Psychotherapists (who are members of the CRPO), psychotherapy, or therapy services.

Please contact me to inquire about my fees and sliding scale.

If you’d like to book an appointment or have any questions, you can fill out the form in the contact tab.

Initial sessions involve some simple paperwork and getting to know you, your presenting concerns, your history, and other relevant information. We will discuss your goals, preliminary treatment plans, the course of action, and next sessions.

For couples and families: I may request to see individual members separately to better understand the issues at hand.

**Please note that all sessions are currently held online. For more information, please contact me.

Yes. Please contact me at least 24 hours in advance to avoid a cancellation fee.