- Person Centered
- Self compassion
He is in his 40’s. While Michael’s love of nature is embedded in his practice, ACT is at the core of his approach towards change. However, his style as a therapist relies on curiosity, exploration, and seeking to understand the client’s perspectives. He enjoys working with clients who are experiencing life transitions, experiencing changes in, or struggles with, identity, as well as those who identify within the LGBTQ2S+ community. Michael also works with clients who want to engage in emotional exploration, and who need support with grief & loss, communication, boundary work, depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationship & family issues, emotional regulation (anger management), negative thinking patterns, and self esteem. Michael uses a style of compassionate inquiry which helps both himself and the client see their story more clearly and with that, a pathway towards change.
“During our appointments we will spend time exploring your experience without judgement. Between sessions you will be provided with specific exercises to support the work you are doing.”
Feelings and emotions are complicated. Let us help you untangle them so you can feel better.