Cailey (she/her) has a Master of Arts degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. She works with individuals, couples, and families.
Coming to therapy is a big step, so Cailey works to create a connection with her clients by being empathetic and accepting. She strives to create a safe space where clients can be vulnerable and authentic. Life can be difficult and problems can take hold of us, so she works to help clients take back control of their life from the problem. She believes that people have the capacity to change within them and that the client is the expert on their own life, so she walks alongside clients as they heal and grow to help them meet their goals.
Cailey is fascinated by the way that people tell stories about themselves and their lives and by how they can impact how we live. It is honouring to hear these stories, and she hopes that in therapy clients can author a story that is empowering and authentic to who they are. She also believes that change within oneself can impact those in relationship with us, so she sees great value in couple and family sessions.
Cailey’s approach draws on narrative therapy, attachment theory, emotionally-focused therapy, family systems, and feminist theory, among others. Some areas she has worked in include anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief, and relationship issues.