Dandelion Parachute Seed


Online or Phone

I offer a 20 minute consultation for new patients to see if I might be a good fit. This is a more casual opportunity for us to connect, chat, and consider how I might be able to support you.

In this meeting I will ask you about your story, any symptoms you have been experiencing, and any previous counselling experiences you have had. I will ask about any goals you have for counselling to help us determine goodness-of-fit, and to help me tailor my approach to meet your needs should you choose to move forward in counselling with me. I will discuss my approach to therapy and how this may work for you and your current struggles. 

Please feel free to use this opportunity to ask any questions you may have about me and my approach (for example, see the "How to Choose a Therapist" Checklist by Ofer Zur or "How to Pick a Good Therapist" by David Puder).


Online or Phone

$200 per 60-minute session

(This aligns with the Recommended Fee Schedule provided by the Psychologists' Association of Alberta)

Insurance: As a Registered Provisional Psychologist, my fees are often covered in whole or in part by insurance providers. Please contact your insurer to learn more about your coverage. A receipt for psychological services will be issued after each session.

Payment: Payment may be made by e-transfer, PayPal, or credit card.

Cancellations: Unless excused due to circumstances beyond your control (i.e., hospitalisation, serious accident, etc.), late cancellations (less than 48 hours notice) and no-shows/missed appointments will be automatically billed at the full cost of the session booked.



Sometimes we don't have a firm sense of who we are and I often hear "I just want to figure out who I am." I think that therapy offers a great opportunity to explore, change, or create our identity outside of the judgment that we can often experience in life. I'd love to support you in getting to know yourself better.

Ducks Over the Lake

“When we are no longer able to change a situation – we are challenged to change ourselves.”

Viktor E. Frankl