All services, including:
are being provided through an encrypted online platform.
Whether you're looking for art therapy, counselling, coaching, or workshop services, I offer all clients a free 30 minute consultation to see if we "click."
You can also read more about what to expect, and what you can ask during a consultation, here: https://healingartstherapy.ca/blog/f/what-is-the-consultation-for
Sometimes. Counselling is a process, and any time you're learning to do something new - it can be really hard.
The good news is, I'm right there with you. Together, we can decide on:
The best way to describe my work is that it's eclectic. Although I lean heavily on narrative and arts-based approaches, I am just as invested in trauma-informed, humanistic, person-centered, and mindfulness approaches. I also have experience and training with cognitive behavioural therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
No, but art therapy principles are still incorporated into my practice - even if we're not making art in session.
It depends on each individual. I've had clients experience success navigating challenging issues within six counselling and/or art therapy sessions, and others like coming to see me once a month for a tune-up. We can decide what's best for your needs together.
I believe counselling should be accessible - and sometimes the biggest barrier is cost. So, please contact me directly to assess your individual situation.
I do not currently offer direct billing. However, I'm happy to provide you with information to submit to your insurance provider to see if my services align with your coverage.
I accept all major credit cards and e-transfers.
I respectfully acknowledge that I have the privilege to work on the traditional, unceded, territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut'ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley First Nations). I also respectfully recognize that the City of Calgary is home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III. I feel honoured and grateful to live and work on this land.