What is your favourite thing about being a therapist?

My favourite thing about being a therapist is seeing people grow. I especially enjoy when clients describe to me the moment they have had a breakthrough and they name the change in their understanding and what meaning it has to them.


What is the most common/frequent issue people are bringing to therapy?

Disconnection from body/self or partner


Is therapy an art or a science?

I believe they are both – the science brings a measurable outcome for clients to know they have arrived where they wanted to be.  The art lends an eye of appreciation to see what really matters in a personal way.


What do you do for your own self-care?

Surf is my meditation as I love to be in the flow with the energy of the ocean. I find it cleansing and supportive. I also love van life and the excitement of exploring.


What is the book/movie that comforts you?

Dirty Dancing. I love the whole old school-ness of it.


What’s in a joke?

The chance to show your humour and a side of you that wants to make people laugh or to laugh with others. The telling of the joke is key for me. It’s a story that needs to unfold. I prefer them clean not rude.


Tell us one:

A warning to the person who stole my glasses (this really happened to me)


I have contacts!