Keisha is an experienced Registered Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor who has recently earned her doctorate in Counselling Psychology (EdD) at the University of Toronto. (Not currently accepting new clients)

Life comes with many stressors and challenges. In these moments it becomes easy to get trapped in negative self-talk cycles, bouts of low mood, high levels of anxiety or stress and an uncertainty of what to do next. As a psychotherapist I aim to work with clients to develop skills and resources to combat the stressors that they are facing in life. I recognize that the client is the expert on their experience and my role in the therapeutic process is to build upon the resilience of the client and walk with them to a place of personal self-growth and self-awareness.

Education and Credentials

  • Registered Psychotherapist (in good standing) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario
  • Member of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists
  • Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University
  • Competent in the provision of trauma therapy (received training from the Justice Resource Institute)
  • Honor Bachelor’s of Science (HBSc) degree in Psychology and Crime, Law and Deviance (University of Toronto)


I worked in the field of community mental health for 5 years. My primary focus has been in the area of traumatic stress (specifically in the area of trauma that takes place in interpersonal relationships such as domestic violence, survivors of abuse in childhood, etc.), addictions, depression, anxiety and life stress. I have been fortunate enough to work closely with the Trauma Therapy Program at Women’s College Hospital and have gained further training in working with their staff and clients. I also have experience helping people who identify concerns around their Refugee status and adjusting to life in Canada. I work from a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive framework.


I identify as an integrative, psychodynamic psychotherapist. This means that I approach work with clients from the standpoint that past experiences (especially those that occur in early life stages) can often have an impact on the way that a person relates to others and themselves in the present day. When starting the therapeutic journey I believe that it is important to develop a strong and trusting therapeutic relationship because this relationship is the foundation for all future work. The relationship is also where you as the client determine if I am a good fit for you. I employ a variety of techniques in therapy sessions. The techniques that I choose are dependent on the issues that you as the client bring into the therapy room. I acknowledge that every person is a unique and complex human being and as a result I welcome you, as you are in order to help you become the person that you want to be.