We are all born with life flowing through us. Life experiences can be painful enough that we literally cut off our own life force in order to not feel the pain. But when we do that we also cut off the joy, the connection, the life energy itself. Usually reconnecting to our life force involves clearing the mind, body and soul of old energies, bringing mindfulness to energetic and psychological out-moded ways of being to choose flow over habitual stuckness, in order to re-connnect to ourselves and to spirit, to the divine for guidance, meaning, and joy. The goal is always to re-establish the life-flow.

This can be done with talk therapy, role-playing, strategy mapping, sound and movement, and mindfulness meditation. For the client who processes more through their body, Kate also offers shamanic healing services. Her style of therapy could be classified as eclectic; her training was in body-centered, mindfulness-based, psychodynamic psychotherapy.

She currently only takes clients for short term therapy (ten or fewer sessions) or occasional therapy (once a month or less often, or only during a crisis period).

Sessions are 1 hour, are at Kate's office at Bayview & Eglinton.
Therapeutic focus:
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • feeling stuck
  • grief
  • bereavement
  • breaking up with a partner
  • dyfunctional relationships
  • parenting a gifted child
  • career and job changes
  • manifesting emotions physically 
  • relationship issues
  • single stigma, aloneness, dating
  • anger management
  • self-esteem issues
  • intuitive ability
  • starting or growing a practice
  • mentorship*
*New therapist healers can also come for mentorship in their burgeoning practices. Included: setting up a practice, developing your own style, attracting the clients you can best serve, learning the healing arc and individual rhythm of each client, counter transference as an intuitive tool, separating the cause and effect of wounding (physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual), the prioritization of healing, and more. An initial interview is required.
The self-employed can claim their sessions however Kate is not covered by insurance or OHIP. To prepare for a session or to better understand this work, check out Kate's intro classes or come for a reading.


To book an appointment or ask any questions contact Kate.