There are so many different types of therapy out there. As a developing therapist, we undergo various types of trainings and supervision. A fundamental goal is to develop our own therapeutic style and approach. A therapist’s approach can be a very important factor when considering

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Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in Specialization Psychology (Concordia University), a master’s degree in Educational Psychology (McGill University), and a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology (McGill University). Amanda is a member in good standing with the ordre des conseillers et conseilleres d’orientation du Quebec (OCCOQ).


She is trained and supervised in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based interventions. Amanda’s ultimate passion is to empower, advocate for, and assist individuals in need by creating a warm and supportive therapeutic environment.


Amanda works primarily with adolescents (17+) and adults experiencing difficulties with life transitions, emotional regulation, academics/career, interpersonal relationships, executive functioning weaknesses, personality disorders, depression, and anxiety.