Counselling can be enriching, fun, and sometimes even uncomfortable. We learn more about ourselves and the world around us - about our relationships, our bad habits, and what ultimately is holding us back from living our best lives. My own personal practice focuses specifically on relationships - from finding love to strengthening marriage, to dealing with trust issues, to working through parenting challenges. Most of our clinicians also work towards understanding clinical issues like stress, anxiety, and depression - and through this process, we learn how we arrived in our current mindframe in the first place.
Kimberly achieved her doctoral degree in Psychology from Middlesex University in 2015. Prior to her doctoral studies, Kimberly also achieved a Master's of Music Therapy degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Guelph. Kimberly's own practice as a relationship therapist focuses on Counselling individuals and couples in their relationships. She focuses on trust issues, dating, marriage, parenting, confidence, work-life balance, and finding love.