Greg works with a wide range of mental health issues and specializes in counselling people who are dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, and abuse. He has comprehensive experience in enabling families to navigate life transitions and resolve conflicts including communication barriers, behavioural issues, anger management, and parenting. Greg has a particular, personal affinity for working with individuals who have reading challenges, ADHD, and on the ASD spectrum. He strives to help clients understand the causes and nature of their challenges and successfully navigate the associated difficulties, improving relations in all areas of daily life.
Every person’s situation is unique, and Greg utilizes an eclectic and integrative theoretical approach to therapy to offer long-term solutions that generate hope and self-reliance. Clients will enjoy a safe and accepting sanctuary with open communication and professional direction. Greg’s therapeutic goal is to understand clients’ presenting stressors, identify their personal strengths, and outline choices for therapeutic interventions and attainable actions. In short, empowerment, understanding, and freedom from the weight of extreme or everyday mental health oppression is the goal.
- College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario – Registered Psychotherapist
- Canadian Counselling And Psychotherapy Association – Certified Canadian Counsellor
- Tennessee Department of Health – Licensed Professional Counsellor / Mental Health Service Provider
- National Board for Certified Counsellors – National Certified Counsellor