Counselling Intern

About Kate

Kate holds of Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and is currently completing her practicum for her Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology. She has worked and volunteered in the field of human services for the past six years. Her experience exposed Kate to areas of career counseling, general mental health concerns, crisis intervention, trauma and family violence, gender and sexuality issues and weight management concerns.

Kate understands how important it is to provide support to individuals throughout their lifespan. She has worked with adults going through life transitions including dealing with chronic illness, moving away from home, career concerns, relationship transitions, loss of a loved one, and end of life concerns. Kate uses a person-centered approach providing non-judgmental empathetic support to those in need.

Beliefs and Values

Kate believes that the therapeutic space should provide safety, and respect the vulnerability an individual courageously brings to each session. Discussing personal concerns and issues takes bravery, and Kate approaches individuals from a perspective of non-judgement. She believes that the individual is the expert on their own circumstances and can collaboratively help the individual achieve their goals. Kate aims to focus on meeting individuals where they are at, and believes that through therapeutic support an individual can heal themselves.

*Please note: Practicum students are not typically covered by insurance or benefits plans. Please check with your individual plan.

Top Areas of expertise

Gender and Identity
Body Acceptance
Self worth


Kate is available for sessions in-person, online or via phone.

Please feel free to contact Kate directly by email, phone, or book online.