I am currently a PhD candidate in Counselling Psychology at McGill University, with my research interests focused on how to integrate the latest scientific findings into the psychological care offering for cancer patients. I completed my Master of Arts (MA) in Counselling Psychology at McGill University in 2019 and my Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology at Concordia University in 2016. My previous clinical experiences include working at the Douglas Mental Health Institute Eating Disorders Clinic and at the McGill University Psychoeducational and Counseling Clinic.
Under the clinical supervision of Dr. Zofia Czajkowska, I provide psychotherapy services for individuals with a diverse range of difficulties, including mood, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, eating disorders, life adjustment, self-esteem, and interpersonal struggles.
My therapeutic style is collaborative and fosters warmth and acceptance within the room to create a space where you can feel safe, understood, and respected. I adopt a primarily integrative approach to therapy, drawing mainly from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT). As each person is different, I try to accommodate your specific needs and cultivate a lasting sense of autonomy, self-compassion, and meaning.
I work in both French and English.