Individual Psychotherapy

Confronted with an array of mental health symptoms, it is imperative to understand the pervasive nature of anxiety. Therefore, such symptoms as depression, chronic disease, a difficult phase in one’s life, or major transitions need to be addressed pointedly and in an informed manner. After all, anxiety accompanies the vast canvas of the human experience and it ought to be approached meticulously, involving thought, behaviour, and emotion. 

 

As a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, I am practiced in identifying presenting issues, interpreting the correlation between them, and ultimately providing an accurate and well-thought-out diagnosis. 

 

Moreover, since the past tends to be the best predictor of the future, it is necessary to address one’s history holistically and carefully in order to lend clarity to the underlying issues we face.

 

One of the fundamental concepts of psychology is that it is indispensable that clients allow themselves exposure to the symptoms of anxiety, albeit in a gradual and agreed upon manner, so that anxiety can be targeted and, in time, mitigated. 

  

I am confident you will find my approach empathetic, relatable, and always candid.

Adolescents

  • Mood

  • Anxiety and worries

  • Trauma and abuse

  • PTSD

  • Confidence and self-esteem

  • Behavioural issues (e.g., anger)

  • Family Difficulties

  • Siblings

  • Bereavement

  • Parent separation and divorce

  • Difficulties at school

  • Emotion regulation

  • Sexuality

  • Video game addiction

Adults

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Panic Attacks

  • Agoraphobia

  • Trauma/PTSD

  • Phobias

  • Social anxiety

  • Death anxiety

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Family Difficulties (e.g., marriage, parenting)

  • Emotion management difficulties

  • Work challenges

  • Sexual Dysfunction