Areas of Focus: Anxiety, Depression, Stress Management, Burnout Recovery, Grief and Loss, Trauma, Life Transitions, Sexuality, Relationship Issues, Racial Trauma, LGBTQIA2S+.
Professional Designation: Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology(Cand.), Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)
Insurance Information: Covered by most insurance plans. Check your benefits for Registered Psychotherapist (RP) coverage. Supervising therapist's license information will be provided for the claim process. We offer receipts for reimbursements.
Counselling Services provided: Individual Counselling for Adults and Teens 16+
Her approaches: Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and CBT as well as Trauma-informed CBT and associated interventions based on a client’s individual presentation.
Session Fee (50 minutes): $85 + hst
For a free 15 min. phone consult, email [email protected] or call 519‑766‑8292 (Ext. 116)
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Elizabeth’s warm, caring, and inclusive nature enables trust and strength in her relationships to provide a safe and comfortable environment of trust and compassion. Respecting her clients as the authors of their own goals, she commits herself as a facilitator in her client’s journey to wellness with their care at the center of treatment.
Elizabeth believes in the power of human tenacity and resilience in situations of adversity using a multimodal humanistic approach to adult individual therapy with awareness.
Elizabeth’s areas of research are strength-based theories in positive psychology, resilience theory, poly-vagal theory, meditative and mindfulness practice. Other research areas that inform Elizabeth’s approach to therapy include sensitivity and competency in cultural diversity, BIPOC, LGBTQIA2S+, and a focus on grief and loss. As a cancer and trauma survivor, Elizabeth is committed helping others overcome difficult situations with compassion and empathy.
Elizabeth educational background includes a Masters in Counselling Psychology/Psychotherapy, a Masters in Education, and DEC in Social Science Studies. Her work experience includes training for the workplace and the general public in physical and mental health for safety and prevention. Elizabeth is a volunteer for Bereaved Families of Ontario where she is trained as a peer group facilitator and has experience working with Canadian Mental Health as a support in delivery of mental health programs, Women in Crisis support training, Psychological First Aid certification, Safe Talk certification, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction training. She is committed to ongoing training to further her skills and provide her clients with the most up to date care. Elizabeth’s sense of purpose resides in her passion and commitment to serving her clients with excellence to the best of her ability.
We provide online therapy in Ontario and in‑person counselling in Guelph.