About me


Are you a people pleaser? Do you struggle to say “No” or ask for what you need?  Are you constantly worrying or anxious about upsetting others or meeting the expectations of others?  Possibly through your unique upbringing, cultural and societal expectations, or past traumas you have lost your voice along the way.  Perhaps feeling like there is no hope or alternative and “life will always just be this way.”  I strive to create a safe and caring environment to help clients unpack their stories and uncover what’s behind the turmoil they are feeling.  “Sath” in Punjabi means “together in support” so we embark on the healing journey together in support.

During our time together I aspire to provide you validation, listen empathically and understand your personal pain and struggles.  My role is to provide new perspectives, hold space for you and help you to achieve some clarity on where you are feeling stuck.  Identifying your values help you to align your actions so that you live life authentically.  We will work with your strengths to achieve your goals.

Asking for help is the key step in beginning the healing journey.  As a counsellor it is an honor to meet you where you are at with compassion and without judgement.  Working through your emotional pain and struggles by providing you with strategies and exploring new ways to cope is the goal of therapy.  Reach out today to begin your journey.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 10009776

License Province/Territory: Canada

Additional Credentials:

Licensed Occupational Therapist in Alberta (ACOT)

Insurance Plans: Sunlife, Manulife, Canada Life Assurance Company, Blue Cross Health Spending Account

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Session Types

I enjoy using narrative therapy to help clients find their voice, understand the internal messages that impact the way they think and feel about themselves.  I work with clients who are feeling anxious, sad, stressed and overwhelmed. My specialty niche is East meets West (navigating South Asian culture within western society and impact of this on our mental well being).

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