Suite 402, 65 Wellesley St E., Toronto, ON, M4Y 1G7
Michael is currently completing his Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. A person of many interests, he brings a wide range of experience to the profession. His experience includes supporting individuals (and their families) with traumatic injuries; violent offender rehabilitation; and working with children with developmental differences.
Michael ‘s has expertise in offering support to those at risk of interacting with the criminal justice system; particularly adolescents and young adults navigating the systemic barriers imposed by developmental differences. Michael also has a burgeoning interest in supporting individuals through relationship issues. Michael’s main therapeutic foci are on providing treatment and support for those suffering from trauma, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues.
Michael’s therapeutic approach incorporates aspects of Narrative, Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioural, and Humanistic therapy. As such, Michael works to create a non-judgemental atmosphere where clients feel comfortable, and are able to untangle the knots of thought and feeling that hold them in place.