I am a Registered Psychotherapist (RP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, and I have been in private practice for over 25 years. In that time I have help hundreds of people deal with the challenges and roadblocks that get in the way of living rich and meaningful lives. Here is what I believe: I believe that within each of us lies a deep soul wisdom, a guiding light that holds our purpose for being here – in this body, this personality, this family, this environment. My purpose and my passion is to help others get in touch with that guiding wisdom – by dismantling the roadblocks and the confusion that stand in the way. This is my work, and I find it deeply meaningful and satisfying to be of help where and when I can.

As a psychotherapist and an educator, I have long been deeply involved in the study and practice of Jungian thought and dream analysis combined with a strong orientation to the body-mind connection. I have a M.A. in Psychology from the University of Norwich (1990) in which I focused on Jungian and archetypal psychology. My other credentials include: Focusing Trainer, (2000, Eugene Gendlin Institute) and Certified Yoga Teacher, (Yoga Centre Toronto 1985). I have been a Clinical Member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists since 1996. I am also an associate consultant at http://www.management-transitions.com. I am currently serving on the Board of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists (OSP) as the Chair of PR, and I am the Editor of the OSP newsletter, PrOSPect.  Other interests include gnosticism, integral psychology, theosophy, and meditation.

I have a practice in downtown Toronto, near Avenue Rd. and Davenport (close to Rosedale subway) as well as in Shanty Bay, just outside of Barrie.


5 thoughts on “About

  1. I shall be revisiting your blog as it is fascinating! I completely understand the motivation behind it – I had similar thoughts as my sons were becoming young adults – we never seemed to exchange the realities that seemed important to me, so I started my blog as a method of documentation. I periodically print it via Blurb so I keep a hard copy. They do not want to read my ramblings yet- perhaps they never will. I only know that I never shared my life with my parents, and my father died without me knowing about him. I didn’t want my children to experience that pain. They can see me if they want to!
    Beside the motivation, the content of your blog is deeply interesting too. Taht is why I shall be revisiting and digesting!!

  2. Thank you so much for your kind words…. I suspect there are many other parents out there who feel as we do. I shall be very interested in reading your blog as well.

    With very best wishes,


  3. Hello cousin, lovely to read your words and see what an amazing career you have had in your field. Lots of love, Lois

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