About Alba

As a former Registered Massage Therapist, I have witnessed first-hand how difficult life events can create pain that lingers in our bodies until we attend to it. For years I helped clients of all backgrounds heal their physical pain until an injury forced me to re-evaluate my career choice. My desire to continue helping people prompted me to go back to university and begin a new journey in the mental health field.  

Today, I help people alleviate their pain differently by using an integrative psychotherapeutic approach tailored to each individual’s needs. Through thoughtful questioning and constructive reflection, I aim to empower individuals and steer them toward solutions that will enhance their quality of life and help them thrive. Together, we will co-create a treatment plan based on your specific wants, goals, and values.

If you have experienced grief or loss, a traumatic event, or are struggling with strained relationships or life transitions, allow me to help you navigate these stressors. I use a warm, empathic, person-centred approach that recognizes clients as the experts of their own lives and encourages mindful self-compassion. My style is authentic and draws from various techniques such as ACT, CBT, Attachment-based, Narrative Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and Emotionally-Focused Therapy. I offer a safe, non-judgmental space where you can explore your strengths and experience increased self-awareness on the path to healing.

I am a bilingual (English & French) psychotherapist-in-training providing individual and couple therapy to adults and adolescents (15+), virtually and in person. My previous experience includes working with vulnerable populations struggling with substance use, domestic violence, and homelessness. I welcome individuals from all backgrounds and proudly support the LGBTQ2+ community. I am currently completing my Master of Counselling Psychology degree and I am a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with CRPO. I also hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Honours (2015).

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