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Therapy For Adults in Port Credit (Mississauga, ON)

Life can throw us curveballs that we never expect, and one of those can be divorce. It’s a journey no one wants to embark on, but sometimes it’s necessary for our growth and wellbeing. It’s okay and necessary to feel the pain, to grieve, and to acknowledge the loss.

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Challenging time

Whether you’re grappling with the end of a long term relationship, dealing with co-parenting issues, or simply trying to rebuild your life, therapy can be a safe space to explore your feelings, gain clarity, and develop coping strategies.

Separation & Divorce

Please remember, though it may feel like it, this is not the end. It’s a new beginning. You have the strength to rebuild yourself, rediscover your identity, and regain your happiness. You’re not alone in this journey.
Here’s to courage, resilience, and new beginnings. Remember, the sun will rise again, and so will you.

I can help you:
rediscover yourself and explore your own needs, values, and goals, helping you find a sense of identity and purpose beyond the marriage.
– develop constructive communication skills as divorce often involves complex communication issues.
adjust to significant life changes including: loneliness, new living arrangements, diminished social circles, and routines.

For parents, I can help you:
– foster a healthy and stable relationship with your children
– address behavioural changes your children might be exhibiting throughout the divorce
– co-parent in a respectful manner by providing guidance on effective co-parenting and communication, which is crucial for the well-being of children. Navigating disputes and conflicts in a way that prioritizes the best interests of their children, is a fundamental part of my practice.

Grief & Loss

Finding hope and healing in the midst of grief can be an overwhelming journey, but you don’t have to walk it alone. Whether you are grieving the loss of a loved one, your pet or simply something that could have been, seeking therapy for grief is a courageous step towards understanding and coping with the complex emotions that loss brings. In a safe and supportive therapeutic space, you’ll have the opportunity to express your feelings, process your grief, and discover ways to navigate this challenging path. Together, we’ll explore strategies to honor your loved one’s memory while embracing the potential for growth and resilience. Your grief is unique, and so is your path to healing. Let’s embark on this journey together, providing you with the guidance and support you need to find your way through the darkness toward a brighter tomorrow. 


  • Sudden and unexpected death
  • Death by Suicide
  • Drug Overdose
  • Homicide
  • Miscarriage
  • Stillbirth
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
  • Medically Assistance in Dying (MAiD)
  • Pet loss
  • Parental Abandonment
  • Loss of a relationship
  • Loss of a job
  • Loss of a dream or opportunity (grieving what could have been)
  • Health & Illness Loss
  • Financial Loss


The most frequent questions I am asked as a therapist for teenagers:

Adult therapy for grief and loss is a specialized form of counseling aimed at helping individuals cope with the emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical impact of losing a loved one or experiencing significant loss.

Anyone struggling with the aftermath of a loss, whether it’s due to death, a breakup, job loss, or any significant life change, can benefit from this therapy.

In a session, the therapist listens to your experiences and feelings, providing a supportive space to process your grief. Techniques may include talk therapy, cognitive-behavioral strategies, and mindfulness practices.


Typically, each session lasts about 60 minutes. The total number of sessions varies based on your personal journey and needs.


Yes, all sessions are strictly confidential. The therapist honors your privacy, creating a safe and trusting environment for you to share your feelings.


If you find your grief interfering with daily life, feel overwhelmed by sadness, or struggle to move forward, therapy can offer support and strategies to cope.


If it’s beneficial, the therapist can incorporate family sessions or provide guidance on how family members can support you outside therapy.

The therapist is a licensed professional, trained specifically in adult therapy with a focus on grief and loss counseling.


You can schedule an appointment by contacting our office in Port Credit, Mississauga. We’ll guide you through the process and discuss availability.


The therapy approach is empathetic and personalized, often incorporating elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, and holistic methods.