Peter is a licensed clinical social worker with a passion for counseling that began during his completion of a Bachelor’s degree majoring in psychology at Queen’s University in 2015. He furthered his education and training by earning a Master’s degree in Social Work, focusing on therapeutic intervention and social policy from Carleton University in 2018.
Peter’s practice has since centered around assisting individuals in navigating life transitions and adjustment issues, vocational rehabilitation and career planning, serious mental illness, and crisis work. He specializes in helping individuals work through anxiety disorders, self-image and identity difficulties, grief and bereavement, relationship issues, and family challenges.
Peter is passionate about empowering people to find solutions for positive change by gaining a deeper understanding of themselves and their environment. He believes that every individual is important and has untapped talents and abilities that can increase overall life satisfaction and enjoyment. He focuses on providing realistic and actionable tools to help individuals lift their quality of life.
Working with Peter, individuals benefit from his welcoming demeanor, compassion, and genuine interest in each person. He utilizes a strength-based approach and incorporates tools and concepts from various therapeutic models, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Narrative Therapy, to guide clients towards living their best life.