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Toronto, Ontario M6C 3L2


A registered Toronto Psychotherapist, I have been seeing clients seeking mental health care for over twenty five years.
Psychotherapy serves to help you understand yourself better as an individual and in relationship, to stabilize self-regulation, learn to recognize triggers and solidify self care, deal with acute crisis situations, heal from PTSD and other emotional and mental health challenges, and promote personal development.

Phone or e-mail to schedule your free initial phone or in-person consultation: 416-656-4675

Therapy services are offered in English as well as German.

Profile and Credentials        

I have studied and worked in Canada, the U.S.A. and in Europe. With a diploma from the Centre For Training In Psychotherapy, my education is rooted in the Psychodynamic and Jungian traditions of practicing psychotherapy. Registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO), I am a clinical member of the Canadian Association For Psychodynamic Therapy (CAPT) and an affiliate member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). As former director, I sat on the board of the Psychotherapy Referral Service Toronto from 2012 to 2016.

The experience of my own personal healing journey has made me a particularly empathic therapist.

I am also a graduate of the Marion Woodman Foundation Leadership Training Program and have served on the Marion Woodman Foundation teaching faculty in the past. Currently, I serve as adjunct faculty at The Living Institute.

I am committed to continued professional and personal development, with a special interest in contemporary healing methods of trauma and PTSD.

Philosophy and Comments        

With my expertise as psychodynamic therapist, I provide guidance for understanding your dreams, dealing with obsessive thoughts, shifting old patterns and safely accessing out-of-reach memories. I help you identify and transform emotional problem areas from your past and present life circumstances, which in turn helps invigorate hope for your future!

Clients report relief not only from emotional suffering, but also from chronic, unexplained physical pain when they begin to address issues such as deep seated grief, shame, depression, anxiety and other psychological afflictions.

"We grieve because we’re not alone and what connects us also breaks our hearts. A fully experienced grief brings us the unexpected gift of gratitude for the lost ­beloved, and for life." ~Miriam Greenspan

"Dreams speak their own language, a language of image, symbol and metaphor. When we bring our imagination, openness and discernment to them, they are possible sources of inner guidance, wisdom, revelation, healing and development." ~Marion Woodman PhD

"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment"
~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Work Hours and Fee Schedule        

Each client is received in the safety and confidentiality of a gentle and allowing atmosphere. Pace and length of a therapy are based on the client's individual needs and the therapist's professional assessment.

Call 416-656-4675

Office hours by appointment, Monday-Thursday 10 am to 8 pm.

Reasonable fees. Fees include all applicable taxes.

Please phone or e-mail for more information.

Ph 416-656-4675

If you need immediate assistance with a crisis, please call your local distress centre or crisis hotline.

Toronto Distress Centre: 416-408-4357

Assaulted Women's Helpline: 416-863-0511

Yellow Brick House: 24 hour crisis line 1-800-263-3247


National Eating Disorder Information Centre: 1-866-633-4220 (416-340-4156 in Toronto) www.nedic.ca

Hope Place Women’s Treatment Centre (alcohol and/or drug addictions)
905-875-3214 or 1-877-399-7299 www.hopeplacecentres.org

Halton Recovery House for men: 1-877-761-6357 or 905-878-1120 www.hopeplacecentres.org

Survivor support, Distress Centre 416 408 4357

Professional Supervision        

I am available for clinical supervision. Hours are applicable toward government regulated requirements. Call 416 656 4675

Your Dreaming Mind        

Whether your dreams appear to draw from events of present circumstances, symbols out of conscious grasp or perhaps even a past life, the direction of dream work is toward resolution and transformation in this embodied life. If past life memory appears to be part of current issues, our embodied soul no less aims for equilibrium and resolving, this time around, what it can. Life's impetus is moving us forward, even if picking up momentum from the past.



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