I am the Founder & Managing Partner of Mindspace Wellbeing. I also work as a licensed psychologist and organizational consultant. I obtained my PhD in Clinical Psychology from McGill University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
I am a certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Facilitator and Mentor. I train doctoral interns in mindfulness-based psychotherapy and have an appointment as an Assistant Professor in the McGill University Psychology Department.
I have a long standing interest in the healing potential of psychedelics and now offer Psychedelic Integration and Harm Reduction Therapy.
How I work with clients
My approach to well-being is grounded in compassion, science, and many years of experience as a psychologist.
My first priority is to create a safe environment and build a strong human connection with my clients. The quality of that relationship provides the foundation for the work we do together.
Using evidence-based approaches such as mindfulness, ACT, and EFT, I try to leverage neuroplasticity to cultivate meaningful, lasting change with my clients. I believe that well-being is a skill that can be developed with practice. You can learn to cultivate positive and adaptive thoughts and feelings in the same way you’d learn any other skill, like riding a bike or learning a musical instrument.