Hi, I'm Amy.
I am honoured you are here. I’d like to start by
acknowledging your bravery in seeking support for you or
your loved one.
I desire to provide gentle and compassionate care, empathy
and a safe place as I believe that we as humans have longings
to feel seen, heard, known, understood, felt, accepted,
and cared for, especially in difficult moments.
I have always found meaning in connecting with others
on an authentic, deep, heart level and in making meaningful
impact in the lives of others.
On a personal note-
As I am nearing my mid 40s, I have navigated various challenges, including life transitions and grief of all kinds (death and non-death losses). I cherish beautiful moments that unfold in life while also seeing the value of holding space for feelings that emerge from the difficult places of life. It is from my own human-ness that I draw my compassion for each person I encounter in the therapy room.
I live in beautiful British Columbia with my husband whom I have been married to for almost 20 years and our three children. I treasure spending quality time with my family and friends. I am an avid reader, and am most fulfilled when I am outdoors in nature. I enjoy hiking, biking, listening to music and visiting new places around the world.
I look forward to getting to know you and to connecting with you. It is my honour to meet you.
"Today I choose courage over comfort. It starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen. It’s owning your story and loving yourself and the best part is that courage is contagious."
Traditional therapy has moved online in many settings, and the research has proven that for many individuals, it is equally as effective for anxiety, depression, and many other conditions.
I offer virtual counselling sessions remotely through a secure and encrypted video chat platform.
Registered Clinical Counselling is often covered by extended health insurance plans and it is recommended that clients check with their particular insurance provider to confirm that counselling is covered.
“There is a crack in everything- that's how the light gets in”