Life can be difficult and at times we all need support. With warmth, empathy and humour,
Peggy provides a welcoming and genuine therapeutic space where it is safe to explore painful
thoughts emotions and behaviours, as well as the external factors that are impacting ones life.
Peggy works with adults of all ages in a number of areas, including: addiction, depression,
anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions and involuntary childlessness.
While guided by her own training and lived experience, Peggy values the inherent wisdom
that her clients bring from their own life journeys. She works collaboratively with people to
cultivate heightened awareness, unhook from old patterns that no longer serve, and to find
ways to respond more effectively and flexibly to life’s challenges.
Peggy is a registered clinical counsellor (#17249) and a member in good standing with the
British Colombia Association of Clinical Counsellors. She holds a Master’s in Counselling
from City University of Seattle and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development from
McGill University. In addition to counselling, she has over fifteen years experience developing
and delivering health promotion, education and community development programs in the non-
profit, public and private sectors where her client-centred approach has supported individuals
and groups to achieve their desired outcomes.