Appointments
Phone
Video
Locations
Toronto
Areas of focus
Anxiety
Depression
Trauma
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Languages
English
Background
Black
Ghanaian-Canadian
Approach
Attachment-based
Compassionate
Culturally sensitive
Mindfullness CBT
Person-centered
Strengths-based
Trauma-informed
Services
Individuals
Students
Adults
Couples
About

Sometimes we don’t have the words to describe exactly what’s wrong with us. All we know is that we feel completely exhausted by all of it. We feel it in our bones. We’re having trouble keeping up with our lives and feel like we keep repeating the same mistakes — like we keep letting people down. We keep trying to fix it, but nothing seems to work. We might resort to hiding all or part of ourselves because we think it’ll just make it easier for everyone. But the loneliness we feel from hiding all or part of ourselves from our families, friends, and loved ones can feel insidious and insurmountable.

It can start to feel like our loneliness is beginning to sabotage our ability to be “productive”, “normal”, or “good” at work or school, in our romantic relationships, or with our parents and friends. If this is how you might be feeling, you no longer have to do this alone. Together, we can navigate these challenges.

As a Ghanaian-Canadian, cis-het woman and registered social worker, my work is an extension of my lived experience navigating race, gender, class, neurodivergence, and mental health. This experience is what underscores my passion for providing compassionate and affirming therapy services that prioritize the mental health and well-being of racialized folx.

Registration Number:
840063
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