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Catalyst Counselling is founded on the belief that our minds, like our bodies, naturally heal. However, just as physical wounds sometimes require medical help to heal, psychological wounds can benefit from psychological help to recover. Therapy can be a catalyst for change – a process that facilitates healing and progress toward goals. As a psychologist, my role is to collaborate with you as you work toward this healing and change.

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How Can Therapy Help?

  • Resolve conflicts between different parts of yourself.

  • Critically examine your thoughts and how they influence your emotions and behaviour.

  • Plan successful behaviour change when previous attempts have been unsuccessful.

  • Education on mental health issues such as trauma, emotions, and attachment.

  • Process emotions and traumatic events.

  • Assist in navigating your relationships better.

  • Explore your life direction, identifying your true wants and needs.

  • Support in the natural grieving process.

What Is a First Session Like?

Therapy is based in a therapist-client relationship, so a good fit is important. In a first session, you will be able to get a feel for that fit and discuss the concerns that are bringing you to therapy (perhaps you even have concerns and doubts about therapy itself). I will focus on getting to know you and your lived experience so I can assess how best to help. Prioritizing concerns, setting goals, and discussing the direction of treatment takes place.

Catalyst Counselling
10050 112 St NW, unit #802 (Compass Place)
Edmonton, AB T5K 2J1


To set up a free, 15-minute consultation: call, contact me through my website, or book online


Concerns I work with include:

  • Depression & mood disorders

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Religious trauma

  • Regulating emotions and anger

  • Existential concerns (e.g. purpose, meaning, identity, life direction...)

  • Relationship issues

  • LGBTQ+ issues

  • Suicide and self-harm

  • Self-worth

  • Grief


  • Adults of all ages

  • Youth 13+

  • LGBTQ+ individuals

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