Anne-Marie is a psychotherapist and registered clinical counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors, and graduated with a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from UBC. As a former high-performance athlete who has undergone a life-changing injury leaving her with chronic pain, she personally understands the powerful relationship between our physical health and mental health.  

 Anne-Marie is passionate about helping her clients process their experiences, build awareness of patterns of stuckness, tap into their disposition towards growth and change, recognize their own strengths and resiliency, and cultivate skills that can help to move them towards the changes they aspire to make. She uses an integrative, trauma-informed approach primarily consisting of cognitive behavioural therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Anne-Marie enjoys offering support for anxiety, depression, chronic pain, injuries, high-performance pressures, life transitions, body image, and trauma history.  

In her spare time, Anne-Marie loves camping, going for walks in nature, and playing with her Swiss Shepherd named Tundra.”