Individual Therapy, Student Therapist
Charlotte has an undergraduate degree in biochemistry and neuroscience and has the unique perspective of understanding mental illness and substance use from the scientific level. Leading her education into practice, she is currently pursuing her Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University, where she has deliberated significant subject matter covering a multitude of counselling modalities.
Pairing instruction with intention, Charlotte has devoted time to the helping profession by volunteering at St. Joseph’s hospital as a courtesy volunteer and as a responder for the Canadian Suicide Prevention Service. Additionally, she has spent the past three years working with a major child care organization, helping parents transitioning their children into daycare.
Throughout her experience, Charlotte has established an appreciation for a collaborative approach to helping, utilizing client-centred techniques to identify clients’ intrinsic strengths to encourage change. Her practice incorporates following an anti-oppressive framework, culturally informed perspectives, and is heedful to all genders, sexualities, ethnicities and religions.
Charlotte enjoys exploring creative hobbies during her free time, including music, reading, and sewing. She also enjoys spending time with her loved ones and partaking in self-care rituals.
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