Karly’s counselling philosophy is grounded in empathy, compassion, and collaboration.
She believes that every person has the capacity for healing and growth and that her role as a counsellor is to provide the support and guidance needed to help individuals achieve their goals.
She is committed to creating a safe, non-judgmental space where clients feel heard, validated, and empowered.
Karly is deeply committed to helping her clients heal from the past, live in the present, and thrive in the future.
She is also dedicated to addressing the mental health impacts of COVID-19 and supporting individuals and communities in the aftermath of these unprecedented times.
Moving forward, Karly is excited to continue her professional development and explore new avenues for personal and professional growth. She is honoured to support her clients on their healing journey and is deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve the community through her work.
Karly has worked with individuals and families struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and relationship difficulties.
Karly believes in the healing powers of the natural environment and in her clients' healing journey.
Karly has a trauma-informed lens and resonates deeply with the guiding principles of attachment theory and developmental theory. She believes these theories can provide a roadmap for understanding and healing the complex wounds of the past.
Karly also firmly believes in the powerful healing benefits of somatic therapy work and techniques associated with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model. She has seen firsthand the transformative power of these approaches on her clients and is passionate about learning new approaches and tools to support her clients better.