In person, online, or via phone. Appointments you have time for.
From organizing assignments, getting unstuck, or coping with stress. It’s about your needs.
If you’re a university student, you’re likley paying into benifits. Might as well make use of them!
Why I get it.
I actually loved what I was learning. I was following my passion. (Getting to that point was a whole other journey, and something else I can help with).
But even though I liked school, I kept feeling STUCK.
I’d find myself procrastinating online, taking way too long to finish assignments, or just not being able to focus when I was studying.
I decided to go to a therapist (like any good therapist in training should!).
I asked for help with procrastintion, and instead, I was filling out a million forms, and talking about how I felt about totally irrelevant things. Sure those things might be important…
But when you’re in the middle of a semester, and deadlines are mounting, you’re in crisis mode! I needed someone who got that.
I get it.
Now, I understand the psychology of procrastination, and when I work with students, I draw on proven programs that help.
I have lots of expereince working with university students, but know that your situation is unique.
The easiest way to start is to just give me a call or email, or even book a time for me to call you.
As a recovered procrastinator, I reccomend doing it now, so the ball is rolling.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it free?
No. But if you have insurance through school, work, or a family member, the insurance company will often reimburse you. So it may end up being free!
You would pay as you go, then I email a special receipt that you simply forward to your insurance agency.
If we talk and you realize it’s not feasible for you, I am happy to help you figure out some other resources. No harm done.
How "custom" are we talking?
Having been a student, I get that needs change. Sometimes we need help making a step by step plan for success, and someone to help us stay accountable. Sometimes we need a major life overhaul!
We can meet in person at one of my locations in West Vancouver or Squamish.
When things get busy, many students like online appointments. Online counselling might sound a bit odd but research shows it works just as well as in-person counselling.
We can talk via phone (I offer 25 minute phone check ins for established clients), and I can be reached via text.
Give it a shot 604-849-3228 🙂
Is this private?
Yes. Everything is confidential. Legally, you would have to sign a fancy form for me to ever admit I know you.