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I am a registered doctoral psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists, and have worked with a range of clients across medical, psychiatric, oncological, and counselling settings. I work with grief, change, and loss, trauma, existential issues (e.g. meaning, purpose, death anxiety), cancer, palliative care/end-of-life distress, depression, anxiety, life transitions, identity disturbances, psychospiritual development, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

My approach to therapy is integrative, grounded in the science of common factors theory. This means I draw upon psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioural, humanistic, and transpersonal therapies as appropriate for a given individual and their unique preferences. However, my stance is particularly rooted in existential-humanistic, Jungian/psychoanalytical, schema, and integral/transpersonal theory. I offer in-person psychotherapy for adults in the Edmonton region, and online sessions for individuals across Alberta.


I have specialized academic training and clinical expertise in psychosocial oncology (the psychological, social, spiritual, and functional aspects of cancer), palliative care, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapies. In addition to my private practice, I work as a clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychosocial and Spiritual Resources at the Cross Cancer Institute.


Academically, I am an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, and an Associate Faculty member of St. Stephen's College, at the University of Alberta, and a former assistant professor of clinical psychology. I have taught graduate and undergraduate courses on psychotherapy, ethics, psychological development, the psychology of religion, and psychopathology. My research focuses on the interface of psychoactive substance use, the psychology of religion, and positive adult development. You can contact me at & 780-306-1530.

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