Psychotherapy revolves around
real conversations, deep connections,
and self-discovery.

Psychotherapy revolves around real conversations, deep connections, and self-discovery.

Crystal

A Registered Psychotherapist
It's great to meet you! I became interested in helping others because of my deep passion for Psychology. I have also been through my own emotional healing journey that has inspired me to want to help others through their pain. I think it is essential to work with someone who has endured their own personal challenge and emotional work.

I have expertise in helping people heal attachment wounds, working toward better mental health and career fit. In short, we can work together on just about anything.

I am open and curious to know who you truly are. I enjoy humor while also being able to go to the deep places you need to go to heal. I look forward to working with you!
About me
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Crystal

A Registered Psychotherapist
It's great to meet you! I became interested in helping others because of my deep passion for Psychology. I have also been through my own emotional healing journey that has inspired me to want to help others through their pain. I think it is essential to work with someone who has endured their own personal challenge and emotional work.

I have expertise in helping people heal attachment wounds, working toward better mental health and career fit. In short, we can work together on just about anything.

I am open and curious to know who you truly are. I enjoy humor while also being able to go to the deep places you need to go to heal. I look forward to working with you!
About me

How I can help

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Mental Health

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Relationships

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My Approach

The psychotherapy process and relationship is collaborative. The person is in the driver's seat while the therapist is the copilot. In many ways, therapists and clients are like dance partners- they have to get to know one another’s styles and adjust. They work together to understand what is going on and have a dialogue about it.

Signs you might benefit from Psychotherapy:

You feel stuck in a cycle of negative behaviour.

You have difficulty regulating your emotions.

You do not enjoy the activities you once did.

You suffer from lingering unhealed trauma.

You struggle to make and sustain healthy relationships.

You battle with feelings of depression and anxiety.

You don't feel valued or fulfilled by the work you do.

You want to improve yourself, but it is hard to know where to start.

What progress looks and feels like:

What progress
looks and feels like:

You recognize your patterns of behaviour and how they started.

You have compassion for yourself and the choices you have made.

You are better able to emotionally regulate.

You are reacting less and reflecting more.

You now feel heard and understood.

You have stronger relationships and secure attachment.

You have found more fulfillment in your work and personal life.

You experience less shame and guilt.

You have learned to tend to your own needs.

You are feeling safe and stable.

It’s time to alleviate your suffering
and start healing these wounds.

It’s time to alleviate your suffering and start healing these wounds.

Test the waters

I cannot stress enough how important the fit between client and therapist is for successful outcomes in psychotherapy. I offer a free 30-minute consultation to get to know each other and determine if you are comfortable with me. Don't worry, if it's not going to work out for us, I can refer you to other people in my network who might be right for you.
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Test the waters

I cannot stress enough how important the fit between client and therapist is for successful outcomes in psychotherapy. I offer a free 30-minute consultation to get to know each other and determine if you are comfortable with me. Don't worry, if it's not going to work out for us, I can refer you to other people in my network who might be right for you.
Book a Free Consultation

Frequently Asked Questions

According to the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO), Psychotherapy is primarily a talk-based therapy and is intended to help people improve and maintain their mental health and well-being. Psychotherapy occurs when the Registered Psychotherapist (RP) and the client enter into a psychotherapeutic relationship where both work together to bring about positive change
 in the client’s thinking, feeling, behaviour, and social functioning. Individuals usually seek psychotherapy when they have thoughts, feelings, moods, and behaviours that are adversely affecting their day-to-day lives, relationships and ability to enjoy life.