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Based in Sarnia, ON
Offers in-person, online, phone, one-on-one
Evening availability

Registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

People find me when they are feeling lost, at a crossroads, or want something different in their life. You may be looking for clarity about your life direction and who you truly are or conflicted about big life questions. You may want professional, non-judgemental help as you become clear on your own, unique path and enjoy being empowered with your authentic self.


It’s not always easy being open with a new person; from the very beginning, we’ll make sure you feel supported and safe to be yourself in the counselling space. My goal is to hold space for you to feel understood in the way you want to be understood.


The direction of therapy specifically gears toward what will help you feel positive and confident in navigating your life and your role in it. Often, our therapy conversations will be about processing trauma or difficult past experiences, reconciling with past identity challenges and becoming clear on who you are and how you want to live. We will often address more than one goal at a time. I can help you with alleviating anxiety, improving mood or processing traumatic experiences, build your coping skills and build your self concept.


I completed my Master’s in Counselling Psychology while balancing my personal life, my role as a parent, as well as, my work as a full time professional. I bring my own life experience to the therapy room, for added context from these different life experiences. As a woman of colour, I understand the benefits of connecting with a counsellor of colour and how difficult it can be to find one. I understand the intersectionality that may be present for you and will be happy to support you in it.  

I create spaces for people to explore and acknowledge all aspects of their identity, whether race or gender related or otherwise. Your whole identity is accepted and welcome.

It is important to me that my patients bring their truth to their therapy sessions, feel heard and valued. You will be welcomed with genuine sincerity and respect. 

Lindsey bio



  • Master’s of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University

  • Registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

  • Non-certified professional member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association

  • Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Trauma, Anxiety and Grief: Clinical Tools to Connect Clients to their Parts for Deeper Healing with Dr. Daphne Fatter

  • Mindfulness Certification Course with Dr. Richard Sears

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy - Level 1 (in progress)



  • Polyvagal Theory (Brain-body,  trauma-based model)

  • Cognitive Behavioural therapy

  • Solution-Focused therapy

  • Internal Family Systems Therapy

  • Mindfulness-based Interventions

  • Parts/Family Systems Therapy informed

  • Emotionally Focused Therapy

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy


  • Managing life after trauma

  • Alleviate anxiety and rumination

  • Processing gender based violence

  • Depression, low mood, negative thought patterns

  • Processing and moving past trauma and challenging life events

  • Building positive self concept, self esteem

  • Complexities of intersecting identities

  • Address family issues

  • Emotion recognition and management

  • Effective communication

  • Implementing and maintaining boundaries

  • Harm reduction response to substance use

  • Managing life stressors and transitions

  • Vocation related concerns

  • Utilizes an anti-oppressive and anti-racist lens

  • Working with lack of motivation

  • Releasing stress, anxiety, frustration through movement

"My goal is for you to feel understood

in the way you want to be understood. You may feel like you're being pulled in multiple directions in your life; we can work together so that your boundaries are strong, you feel grounded and great with who you are."

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