My Philosophy of Counselling
Life’s journey has many challenges and at some point in their lives, most people seek counselling to overcome hurdles of various kinds. Life transitions, marital or family strife, addictions and other experiences that shock our systems are all reasons to pursue counselling. I admire anyone who wants to brave the path of growth in all its shapes and forms.
My desire is to provide a safe, non-judgmental and respectful environment to allow people to explore and gain self-awareness by finding creative solutions. Each person has existing strengths, and by recognizing them and building on them we can build a solid structure on which to build strategies for successful living. We can and should grow through our struggles.
As a counsellor, I facilitate discovery by helping my clients draw their own conclusions and make autonomous choices. I assist in considering new perspectives from which a wider range of options become available.