Psychotherapist, art therapist, educator


matters more
than relationships:
they make us and break us 
and re-make us


I offer psychotherapy, art therapy, supervision and consultation in my private practice, artandmind. A relational approach informs all my work -- relationship is the most potent medium we have for creating a more fulfilled life in a more engaged world.


I'm thrilled to teach and write within the Health, Arts & Humanities program at the University of Toronto where I serve on the Board of Advisors. As an and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, my work has been recognized with a Psychotherapy Award of Excellence in postgraduate supervision.

I'm a founder of the Women Recovering From Abuse Program (WRAP) at Women's College Hospital, where I designed and developed the Trauma Therapy program for over 20 years. I created the SpeakART-AGO group, a clinical-cultural collaboration between the Hospital and the Art Gallery of Ontario, and produced the Art Not Violence project, which includes an online gallery of artwork made in the midst of trauma therapy. 

In 1995 I earned my Master's Degree in Art Psychotherapy at the University of London, Goldsmith's College. Since then, I've earned level 1 certification in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for resolving trauma, trained in Visual Thinking Strategies and in Teaching for Transformation.

I am Registered with the College of Psychotherapists of Ontario, Member of the Ontario Society of Registered Psychotherapists and of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.